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All reviews russian border curonian spit baltic sea national park couple of hours beautiful nature baltic states sun dial early morning fabulous views highest dune stairs to climb tour bus wooden steps pine forest sunny day great walk
I travelled up to the viewing area in a tour bus, which was hair-raising to say the least! On the way back down the bus reversed the entire winding single-track lane, dodging traffic along the way. From the car park area, there were a few...More
We have had a nice, long walk from Nida, with a stop at the sundial, through the Valley of Death and right to the Russian border (we "washed our feet" in the Curonian lagoon right next to the border fence). There are many people on...More
The place is amazing, also full of tourists. Specially on sunny day. Still worth to see. Really big Parnidis dune has wonderful view - on the left hand you can see Curonian lagoon, on the right hand - Baltic sea.
It is one of the "must see" 's in Nida. The view is spectacular-especialy when the weather isn't calm-because Curonian lagoon and Baltic sea always look different (when on nice and calm weather they look quite similar). It is a great spot to watch a...More
Well worth the short (1 km) walk from town. Good graded paths, plus one steep flight of steps. The interpretive walk takes the visitor through three landscapes - dunes, pine forest and swamp. Fine veiws from atop the dune. Do keep to designated tracks (you'd...More
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I don't recall seeing any dogs in the dunes, but neither do I recall there being any restrictions about dogs being posted. However, as I do not have a dog, I did not take much notice. I would think that due to the rather... More
I don't recall seeing any dogs in the dunes, but neither do I recall there being any restrictions about dogs being posted. However, as I do not have a dog, I did not take much notice. I would think that due to the rather fragile nature of the dunes dog owners would be required to keep their dogs on a lead and not allow them to run free. I hope you have found this helpful.