Russia & Baltic States. Extensive lake landscapes, enchanted moors, historic town centres, world-famous museums and numerous relicts from the Soviet era. Our road trip around half the Baltic Sea has left us with many impressions. Finland, Russia (Karelia), the Baltic States, Kaliningrad and Poland were on the route of our road trip. A route that could hardly be more varied. Simply the perfect mix of nature and culture. And the icing on the cake: there are many great pitches for the camper, mostly free of charge and often directly by the sea. A dream, right? In my article you can read which highlights I can recommend for your road trip in the west of Russia & the Baltic States. Furthermore you will get a lot of helpful information and tips for your road trip at the Baltic Sea including route suggestion and map.
Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. Three countries and three different stories. But the three countries in the Baltic States have one thing in common. For they once belonged to the Soviet Union. Even today you can still find traces from this time in many places. And some of them I would like to show you now. In my following article I will give you a few tips where you can still discover relics from the Soviet era in the Baltic States.
Estonia. A hike through an upland moor is surprisingly varied. At first sight the wide landscape seems empty. But if you take a closer look, you will discover a colourful variety of species. And most of the time it's right next to the wooden path. Why I was so enthusiastic about the Soomaa bog in Estonia is explained in my following article. I'll also give you tips for your visit to the Soomaa bog and tell you why you should definitely take a moor bath here.