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Nida (German: Nidden) is a town in Lithuania and located on the Curonian Spit. First settled by German in the 15th century AD and part of Prussia before 1945. It is very popular with German tourist because the German writer Thomas Mann had a summer house which he regular visited in the early 1930s.

Get in

Most travellers arrive via ferry from Klaipeda. The border to Russian province Kaliningrad is closed.

Get around



You can rent a bicycle and ride all the way to Juodkrante (about 30 km), visiting Preila and Pervalka en route. The bicycle track goes by the Curonian Lagoon for about 15 km, then through a pine forest and finally by the sea, letting you to see lots of beautiful sceneries. Don't forget to stop by the Vecekrugas dune (~1 km before Preila) and the Dead Dunes (Negyvosios kopos) (near Pervalka).





Get out

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