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This route, similar to the Baltic Forest Trail, is part of a broader European network – this time of the E9, which starts at Cape St. Vincent in Portugal and ends at the Estonian capital Tallinn, having wound its way along the Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel, the North Sea, and the Baltic sea.
This route, similar to the Baltic Forest Trail, is part of a broader European network – this time of the E9, which starts at Cape St. Vincent in Portugal and ends at the Estonian capital Tallinn, having wound its way along the Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel, the North Sea, and the Baltic sea. Its Lithuanian stretch, beginning in the resort town of Nida and continuing for 216 kilometres along the Baltic Sea, visits the Curonian Spit National Park, Nemunas Delta, Rusnė Island, the Seaside Regional Park, the coastal resort Palanga, the Old Town of Klaipėda, and the Sea Museum. If you’re not up to hiking the entire route, you can pick whichever 20 kilometre segment you prefer and take a day or two to complete it, going across gravel, asphalt, and dirt roads, sidewalks, wooden paths, seaside meadows, and sandy beaches. For your convenience, accommodation and transportation is available at both ends of each segment.

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