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Travelling to the Baltic States by motorhome

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Through the Baltic States by motorhome

A motorhome-trip through the Baltic States is characterised by the diversity of cultures, landscapes and culinary traditions.Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are close to each other, making a motorhome trip through these three countries ideal! Whether you want to enjoy by the sea, discover beautiful nature or dive into the rich history of these countries, the Baltic States has it.

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                                     Estonia                           Latvia                           Lithuania
Capital                        Tallinn                            Riga                               Vilnius 
Population                1.33 million (2021)       1.88 million (2021)     2.80 million (2021)
Official languege     Estonian                         Latvian                         Lithuanian
Surface                       45,339 km2                    54,589km2                   65,300km2
Currency                    Euro                                Euro                              Euro

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Camperstops in the
Baltic States

Solar Caravan Park, Lemmetsa
NaturCamp, Birštonas
Leiputrija, Iļķene
Ezerpriedes, kempings - Burtnieku
Sunny Night Camping, Gataučiai
Vaibla Puhkekeskus, Vaibla
Solar Caravan Park
Solar Caravan Park
camperreis door de Baltische Staten

Motorhome-trip through the Baltic States

You might not easily think of a motorhome-trip to this region of northern Europe, but this is definitely worth it! The Baltic States consists of the countries Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. You can combine these countries nicely in a motorhome-trip, each country having its own character. For example, in Latvia you can enjoy the sandy beach of Liepāja, which is one of the most beautiful beaches along the Baltic Sea, or discover Europe's widest waterfall in Kuldiga. In Estonia, you can spot wild bears, take a mud bath at one of the country's many historic spas or hike in Üügu along its 300-metre steep coast. And in Lithuania, there you will of course visit the historic centre of Vilnius, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Prefer to get out into nature? Then Trakai National Park is highly recommended, with 200 lakes surrounding Trakai Castle!

camperreis door de Baltische Staten

Motorhome stopovers in the Baltic States 

Divided across the Baltic States are more than 100 motorhome stopover. Whether you go for Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania, or a combo of countries, there is always an official motorhome stopover nearby! This makes the Baltic States a perfect destination for your motorhome-trip. In Estonia, for example, you can wake up at several ports with the water close by. Or spend the night in Riga with your motorhome and visit this beautiful compact city. Do you prefer to stay near where you can do something active? Then stay overnight with your motorhome in Klaipèd and climb the 'Dutch Cap', a high 24-metre cliff on the coast.

View the full range of camperstops in the Baltic States here. 

camperreis door de Baltische Staten

Motorhome routes through the Baltic States

During a motorhome-trip through the Baltic States, you will drive through the most beautiful landscapes. Per country, you can choose to put together your own motorhome route via our Trip Planner. But you can also choose to drive the Via Baltica. This road was constructed in 2011 and is 633 km long. Thanks to this road, you will discover the most beautiful places in the Baltic States such as Gauja National Park in Sigula, the 'City of Wind' Liepaja, Lithuania's first national park Aukštaitija National Park and Tallinn's historic city centre! But the Baltics is also perfect for a coastal itinerary thanks to its long coastline. Visit the most famous beach destination Pärnu in Estonia, the seaside resort of Jürmala in Latvia with elongated sandy beaches close to dense forests, or the Kurskirwal in Lithuania that lies between the Baltic Sea and the Kursk Lagoon.