Cycling Map of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. 1:1,200,000. Lauku Celotajs, 2013/2014.
This map highlights nine cycling routes in the Baltic countries of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. There are descriptions of 240 tourist sites that are found along the nine routes. The map shows which villages and towns have pubs and cages. The Baltics terrain is dominated by gently rolling hills with numerous backroads - ideal for cycling tours. Distances can be adapted for all abilities from beginners to long-distance cyclists. The map is in English/German.
The map is accompanied by a a "Country Holidays" guide to Latvia. The guide, in English/Latvian/Russian, contains practical information on what to see and do, where to eat and where to spend the night. The guide also notes recommended routes for cars, bikes, and boats.
Sample detail of the map Thumbnail of the front of the map Thumbnail of the reverse of the map
Baltic Coast Cycling Guide. Scale 1:75,000. Bikeline.
This cycling atlas/guide coves the 790-kilometer-long Baltic Coast cycle route fromTallinn to Jurmala, south of Riga, in Latvia. The guide offers idyllic fishing villages, flat coasta roads, fresh sea breeze, and culinary delights. Sites include uotdoor museums, lighthouses, and spa and thermal bath hotels. In German only.
Index of the route. Sample of a map.