Tag Archives: baltic states

EE3: National Route No. 3

[EE3] – National Route No. 3 / Nationale Estnische Fahrradroute Nr. 3 Pictures of Rein Lepik, www.bicycle.ee     Road from Valga to  Mõniste Rest area at  Taheva Old wooden church Bunker at Metsavenna farm         Rest area at  Metsavenna farm River at Vastse- Roosa Typical gravel road in southern Estonia Piiriorg valley at Paganamaa         Lakes at Rõuge Landscape of  southern Estonia Road at Haanja region Lake Kavadi         Summer night  cycling Campfire Vastseliina castle…

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General Overview on long distance routes in the Baltic States (List)

Distances Cycle Routes in the Baltic States Fahrradrouten in den Baltischen Staaten   Estonia * Estland * Eesti (EE) Route Description/Beschreibung Km Code Estonian National Cycle Route No.1 A) Narva (Ivangorod, RUS)-Tallinn 311 Ee1a . B) Tallinn-Ikla? (Ainaži, LV) 670 Ee1b Estonian National Cycle Route No.3 Valga (Valka, LV) – Narva 402 Ee3 Estonian National Cycle Route No.4 Valga-Tallinn? 603 Ee4   Latvia * Lettland * Latvija (LV) Route Description/Beschreibung Km Code   in the Book "Latvia by bicycle" West of RigaRiga-LT border/Grenze (Klaipeda) plus extra…

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bicycle rental in the Baltic States

Bicycle rent BaltiCCycle.eu and it’s partner organisations in Vilnius, Klaipeda, Tallinn, Riga … offer a wide range of different types of bicycles … grab a bike and ride … The BaltiCCycle network offers via partners bicycle rent via the borders of the Baltic States (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia), mainly between the cities of Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius and Klaipeda (former Memel). Despite of this much more is possible. Asking is always for free 😉 Frankas. If you ask by E-Mail, give us 72 hours to respond! For…

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International routes, long-distance routes (EuroVelo 10, 11, 13, R1)

Long-distance cycle routes in the Baltic States on all Routes  there are English or German language descriptions available. They are made here in den Baltic states by local cyclists – who knows the situation better? and often used in mass rides. You may purchase them seperately or in an information package via the shop. long distance routes (119)  .. are the connections between the four main places in the Baltic States: the three capitals Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn plus the Sea port of Klaipeda, close to the famous Curonian spit.…

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LT2 Nieman Cycle Trail

Pictures of this region [LT2] Vilnius-Kaunas-Klaipeda: The Nieman Cycle Trail / der “Memelradweg” {{picLT2}} First of all I have to say, that this route is one of my favourites. Why? Because it connects the “Eastern Culture”, the Lithuanian Capital, which is close to the border to Belarus with the Baltic Sea coast. Therefor it offers you to see the two different sides of Baltic states. Für mich eine der empfehlenswertesten Routen, weil sie den “Osten”, der schon nah am Russischen Kulturkreis liegt mit dem “Westen”, der…

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EuroVelo10

EuroVelo 10 EuroVelo 10 runs around Baltic Sea. Some of its parts are mapped on OpenStreetMap project [2]. On the state of the route there is an OpenStreetMap wiki page [3] Map of the EuroVelo 10 Route http://www.openstreetmap.org/?relation=63584 for the Baltic States in Lithuania it is identical with the Sea coast cycle trail (LT5); in Estonia it is signed as the National Route No. 1; for Latvia you can find the cycling description on “Latvia by Bicycle” (sorry, there is no special infrastructure there, yet),BaltiCCycle regions for Latvia: LV1 (the West) and LV2 (NorthEast)   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EuroVelo#EuroVelo_10 No. 10 the Baltic Sea Route (“Hansering”):   

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International Routes, Long distance

  Long-distance cycle routes in the Baltic States on all Routes  there are English or German language descriptions available. They are made here in den Baltic states by local cyclists – who knows the situation better? and often used in mass rides. You may purchase them seperately or in an information package via the shop. ong distance routes (119)  .. are the connections between the four main places in the Baltic States: the three capitals Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn plus the Sea port of Klaipeda, close to the famous Curonian…

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