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Discover the Top 10 sites in Curonian Spit with Coach Charter Europe - your bus rental company

Discover the Top 10 sites in Curonian Spit with Coach Charter Europe - your bus rental company
Coach charter Europe welcomes you to the Curonian Spit which  is a 98 km long peninsula on the north coast of Samland. It begins in Lesnoi and ends at the Memeler Tief. Since 1945 the northern 52 km belong to Lithuania and the southern 46 km to the Russian Oblast Kaliningrad. 

Coach Charter Europe’s bus company has been prospering in the charter bus business for over four decades. By taking advantage of our bus depot location, you can select from a variety of bus rental sizes and services. Our airport shuttle buses can pick you up from Klaipeda airport to travel restfully to your hotel in the city. You can also hire Tour bus with driver to visit all landmarks here with safely, and on time. We can offer a coach with driver for many days travel exploring other cities, or crossing into surrounding countries by Rental Bus and chartered bus. For any plan, Coach Charter Europe is the trustworthy means of transport needed when exploring Curonian Spit and its attractive nearby areas. You can simply send us request to Coach Charter Europe’s touring bus department by email to find more details about our charter bus services.

Coach Charter Europe can propose top 10 sites to be part of your itinerary for Curonian Spit  as follows:

1. Parnidis Dune

In one sense, the 52-meter-high Parnidis Dune is strong; on the other, it is breakable. It has already happened in the Nida region: these past settlements are now buried under the shifting sand dune, but the place is home to mountain pines, meadows, and sandy fields dotted with purple searocket flowers. It's a 1700-meter-long path, which starts by traversing the sand dunes at the highest point of the dune and ends at a wonderful panoramic view, which features a sundial made of granite and an obelisk (constructed in 1995). Straying from the route is not a choice. Ensure that you collect all the garbage on your way. 

2. Witches' Hill

This group of wooden sculptures was created by Lithuanian artists over the years since 1979, and can be found on a hill in Juodkrantė in the central part of the country. A pair of green-skinned devils appears wretched under an arch of grinning faces, their expression twisted with emotion, while warty-nosed witches, dwarves, and Neringa herself emerge from the forest with their pine tree–mounted faces peeking out. The illustrations are modeled after folktales from around the world, and some of them have an immersive quality: you can sit on a carved chair, or slide down a demon's tongue.

3. Tik Pas Joną

Picture the scene: pick mackerel or carp or eel from a typical smoking rack, put it on a paper plate with a slice of rye bread, and eat with your hands while watching the lagoon shine orange at sunset. This is the best place in Neringa to savor the famous smoked fish of the area —combine it with cold beer or kvas. 

4. Meat SteakHouse

The Nida branch of the stellar Vilnius steakhouse follows the same theme of bare-bones decor and an entirely meat-focused menu, with the latter topped off with dry-aged rib-eyes, T-bones, and filet mignons, but the roster also includes pork ribs, duck magret, and other meaty pieces. It's also a stellar brunch joint, with seven different eggs, Benedict. 

5. Žuvelė

If you have the time, there is a summer-only restaurant on the pier that specializes in light, delicious dishes like meat dumplings, but what it excels at is fresh seafood. Get some fresh vegetables, a squeeze of lemon, and a beer on the side, and then enjoy a good, buttery, pan-seared slab of grilled turbot, pike-perch, or plaice. There is nothing better than perfection. 

6. Cormorant & Heron Colony

Over a kilometer to the southeast of Juodkrantė is one of Europe's biggest colonies of cormorants and grey herons. It is interesting to note that the wooden stairs link the road to a viewing platform, which features a panoramic view of thousands of nests in the trees alongside the almost deafening clamor of the 6500-strong colony. The herons return a few weeks later to restock their nests, while the cormorants arrive a few weeks earlier to restock their own. Chickens will begin to demand food by the end of May.The two species have lived at odds ever since the cormorants were introduced to Curonian Spit, with herons viewed as intruders who take over the cormorants' nests. Whilst it is claimed that cormorants are partly to blame for lower catches, both cormorants and fishers are both afforded protection. 

7. Amber Gallery

There is a museum and shop in a fisher's house on the northern side of town that is based on amber. Employees note the long-standing health advantages of this fossilized resin. Visitors will look through magnifying glasses to see trapped insects in amber and have access to the garden's intricate amber decorations. The museum is both a jewelry boutique that sells interesting amber-studded jewelry, and a museum exhibiting jewelry as well. When scheduling a class or lecture, ask ahead about hour-long amber-processing classes. Amber jewellery typically features a variety of hues from yellow to maroon, but the most widely regarded colors are white, which is created when the amber is mixed with oxygen, and blue, which is extremely rare.

8. Neringa History Museum

At this small regional museum in the Curonian Spit, three distinct traditional crafts – fishing, crow-catching, and amber collecting – are depicted and clarified. Take a look out for ice fishermen reeling in their dragnets as the lagoon freezes over in the winter. Other interesting photos show locals heading out to hunt and killing a crow with their teeth, in which they ingest vodka to fend off the bad taste.
Drifting sands made previously arable land unusable, so eating crows and seagull eggs was fairly popular on the spit in the 17th to 19th centuries.Many exhibits in the museum show copies of archaeological discoveries instead of original objects.

9. Beaches

Get into your Speedos and make your way across the tip of the spit, 1 km across, on a narrow footpath through pine forests. From the ferry landing, continue across the car park and bear to the left. At the far end, there is a wide sign that points out a path which leads through pine forest to a mixed beach, women's beach, and men's beach.

10. Kepykla Gardumėlis

Freshly baked goods and freshly brewed coffee are located in Curonian Spit's best place: Gardumėlis. When it comes to their cookies, mille-feuille pastries, and poppyseed rolls, people are just as picky. special main dish; their most unusual service is a multi-course meal consisting of wild boar sausages (carrot candy).

We genuinely hope our tips for your Curonian Spit trip can make your plans very exciting. Curonian Spit  is a wonderful location to spend few days holiday, featuring a variety of fascinations that will satisfy most tastes. 

Coach Charter Europe offers support with every step along the journey to achieve a great trip. We offer our 48 years experience in the bus rental business to offer your trip the best suited tour bus hire services. You are welcome to send us your group needs for airport shuttle service, tour bus service, or long charter bus service from our online site. Our modern collection of charter buses with different sizes will deliver the essential transport for your group travels. Our bus company Coach Charter Europe offers professional drivers as well as a caring booking team. We look forward to the reception of your request to provide you the proper transport quote for your group travel needs.

Top 10 attractions in Curonian Spit | Bus Charter | Coach rental
Jillian Tincher | Travel Coordinator | Joshua Expeditions
Top 10 attractions in Curonian Spit | Bus Charter | Coach rental
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