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This is a 7-day self-guided bike tour to Aukštaitija. The total distance by bike is 325 km. The route includes non-busy roads, bicycle roads, paved roads, forest paths, and gravel paths.

Plan of the trip:

On the 1st day, you will arrive in Vilnius and stay overnight.

On the 2nd day, you will explore Vilnius region (distance by bike – 50 km.).

On the 3rd day, you will jump to the train and go to Ignalina, from there you will go to Palūšė, Ginučiai, Bee museum, Ladakalnis and come back to Paluse where you will stay overnight (distance by bike – 80 km.).

On the 4th day you will take a long ride: from Palūšė to Salakas, Gražutės regional park, Gaideliškės (distance by bike – 80 km.).

On the 5th day, you will ride Zarasai and stay there overnight (distance by bike – 75 km.).

On the 6th day, you will leave Zarasai to go to Visaginas, Ignalina, where you will see the Nuclear Power Plant of Ignalina, and at the end of the day take the train to Vilnius (distance by bike – 40 km.).

On the 7th day – a departure from Vilnius.

Aukštaitija national park is located in Eastern Lithuania. The park has more lakes than anywhere else in the country. Also, there are a lot of archaeological treasures and mounds, and it’s the only place in the world that has both Ethnocosmology and ancient Beekeeping museums.

Deep dive into Aukštaitija National Park by bike. During this self–drive tour you will be taking trains and riding bikes – this way, making your trip friendly to our lovely nature. In this route, you will explore Aukštaitija National Park including authentic villages, main cities of the region, and different kinds of natural pearls from the rivers to lakes and forests. The tour is combined of the most popular Aukštaitija National Park sites together with undiscovered unique spots. Along with Aukštaitja National Park, you will visit the capital of Lithuania – Vilnius.

Price: from 114 EUR per person.

The package includes train tickets, 7-day rent of the bike equipped with a helmet and locker, maps, additional information about the region, and the most interesting places in the area.

We can also provide accommodation for an additional price.

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  • Vilnius - the capital of Lithuania, located in the centre of Europe. The city is both contemporary and ancient, rich in architecture with historical monuments, cultural heritage and has to offer various thematic festivals and entertainments. It is considered that Vilnius is one of the greenest European capitals - a compact city filled with parks and squares.
  • Ignalina - since ancient times, the Ignalina district, located in the eastern part of Lithuania, is famous for its picturesque localities. Here, you can find one of the highest peaks in Lithuania – Budakalnis and Nevaišiai hill. The land of Ignalina is surrounded by over 200 lakes, several tens of rivers, and ponds.
  • Palūšė - the treasures of this corner of nature are spectacular and can be found by both water lovers and the ones, looking for authentic cultural heritage. Visit the Palūšė church, which is one of the oldest wooden prayer houses in the country, stop by Ginučiai Water Mill, where 19th-century equipment and the history of bread are preserved, go to the Stripeikiai Ancient Beekeeping Museum, which reveals the secrets of bees.
  • Beekeeping Museum - a museum, established by the shore of Tauragna river, is the only museum of such kind in Lithuania, which cherishes the traditions of beekeeping.
  • Zarasai - a city with seven lakes in northeast Lithuania. It is a paradise full of hills, lakes, and forests, which from the old times was known as Lithuanian Switzerland. Visitors have the opportunity to admire the view of the wonderful Zarasai Lake and its islands from a large observation point in the city. The observation point is seventeen meters above the ground, and its structure is one of the most complex architectural buildings in Lithuania.
  • Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant - nuclear power station in Visaginas Municipality, Lithuania. It was named after the nearby city of Ignalina. Due to the plant's similarities to the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in terms of reactor design and lack of a robust containment in the building, Lithuania agreed to close the plant as part of its accession agreement to the European Union. Unit 1 was closed in December 2004.


  • Bike rent for 7 days
  • Information material
  • Maps
  • Trains tickets as per itinerary


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    Thoughtfully planned breaks allowed us to savor local cuisine and recharge. These pit stops added a gastronomic dimension to the bike tour, making it a delightful journey of both exploration and indulgence.
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