Escorted or self-guided cycling


  • I was part of Ann Scolnick's tour from Tallin to Vilnius.  I was extremely pleased and satisfied with our tour. The organization, and hotels were excellent.  Our meals outside of the hotels were better than the ones provided in the hotels.  The best part of our tour was our guide Vaida!  She was exceptional, in fact better than any guide I have had during any of my extensive travels.  I will recommend your company to my friends, and hope they also will be lucky enough to have such a wonderful guide.
    Ginny Hackney, USA, 2015 (G1 tour in opposite direction Tallinn-Vilnius)
  • My wife and I loved the Baltic self-guided tour of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.  The route selected meant each day had a good piece of riding on quiet roads or bike paths through interesting countryside plus stops in all of the major cities and towns.  Our small group got on very well together.
    Simon Flowers, Switzerland, 2015 (self-guided tour of the Baltics: Tallinn to Vilnius)
  • Yes we had a good trip. Saw some nice nature and pleasant villages. The hotels were also good. And the bikes. The driver drove us fast and safe from / to Riga. And we were lucky with the weather. Just a few drops of rain the last day. Mostly sunny. It rained a lot more in Sweden during that week. Best regards,
    Hans Brandtberg, Sweden, 2013 (tour SG1, along the Lithuanian Seaside)
  • Hi Saulius, We had a great time on our trip, and would recommend you to anyone. If you ever figure out how to do a Helsinki - Tallinn via St Petersburg ride, we'd be in!"
    Richard Seton, USA, 2014 (self-guided tour of the Baltics: Tallinn to Vilnius)
  • Our cycling-group has spent 10 days in Lithuania and explored your country on Baltic Bike Travel route “Vilnius-Curonian Spit-Klaipeda" – we all want to thank you again for your efforts and great assistance in planning and organizing our individual intentions to realize our this years cycling idea.
    Ludwig Enser, Germany, 2012 (tour SG2, Lithuania – from the capital to the Seaside)
  • Now we are back from a most interesting and well-organized "Baltic Capital City" guided bicycle tour. We have cycled in France, Italy, Scotland, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Greece, Germany, the Czech Republic and Ireland in all kinds of landscapes ... so we have some guided cycle tours to compare with. My husband and I are so very satisfied with the whole tour. It was just what we expected except for some extra positive factors...
    Anita Bostrom-Baversten, Sweden, 2011 (tour G1)

Escorted or self-guided cycling

Self-guided bike tours

If you wish to enjoy your holiday independently and at your own pace, you are always welcome choosing one of our many self-guided cycling tours. Their routes connect the capital cities of the Baltic countries with our base town of Klaipėda (former Memel) located in the Lithuanian Seaside known as the cyclists' paradise. For those who are interested in more challenging destinations, we recommend cycling tours through Kaliningrad District in Russia (formerly North East Prussia).

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Guided group tours

Experience even more on a guided tour as cycling in a group is twice as much fun. Group members have several things in common: They all enjoy cycling, are interested in the same holiday destination, and they love nature. Many long lasting friendships are started on such tours.

Group tours are great for individual travellers and offer the opportunity to go on holiday with like-minded people. Most evenings are often spent together as a group, so meeting new people and having fun with others should be one of your fancies.

An advantage of the guided tour is that you do not have to bother with the tour planning and organisation. Accommodations are booked in advance, and the guide leads you on the trails sought out for you. Of course, you do have to keep pace with the group.

If you like this, you are welcome to join one of our fully-guided international group cycling tours covering two or three Baltic Countries where cyclists from different countries travel together. We know the people and interesting places to visit. You will experience a truly authentic Baltic bike tour and get close to local culture with a help of our local guide/-s. Guided tours are led by one or more guides speaking different languages (English, German, Russian, Spanish). The groups stay relatively small, but sometimes we have groups larger than 20 people, and they are guided by two group leaders as a standard. The guides are familiar with the region's history and sights, regional flora and fauna. They are there for you should you need anything. We plan the bike tour for you. All what is left for you once you arrive is just enjoy the ride!


Examples of the guided cycling tours


Explore the Baltic coast and the National Parks of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia on very scenic routes. This 11-day tour includes the three capital cities – Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn – with their Old towns designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO; and the previously-closed Curonian Spit and beautiful Estonian island of Hiiumaa. Travel from Lithuania in the south, through Latvia and on to Estonia in the north; experience a wide variety of towns, villages and countryside for an excellent introduction to the very distinct characters of these quite different countries.

You may choose a shorter guided cycling tour covering only two countries (Lithuania - Latvia or Latvia – Estonia) or spending just a week for cycling along the Lithuanian seaside which is know as the cyclists' paradise.

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