Nida - A Photo Diary

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

During our stay on the beautiful Curonian Spit our base of exploration was in the fishing village of Nida, which is located right near the border of Kaliningrad. Though pretty much everything was closed due to it being off-season, we spent our days wandering the village, eating cheese and potato heavy dishes, enjoying cakes, and watching the waves come in. Here are some photos from our autumn visit.
















Do you love seaside villages as much as I do?

2 comments:

  1. I totally do!! These houses look gorgeous!! Have you been to Kaliningrad too? I'd love to visit but I read that you need one of those special one day visas and have to take the bus cause you can only cross the border in three special places or something... Is it like for Lithuanians too?

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    1. No, we didn't visit Kaliningrad. I think it is tricky for Americans to get visas to visit. I'm not sure if Lithuanians need visas or not. I would guess yes?

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