Nida In Your Pocket

Tradition and tourism exist in perfect harmony in Nida, the principal and southernmost settlement on the Lithuanian side of the Unesco-protected strip of sand known as the Curonian Spit. A small fishing village hugging the edge of the Curonian Lagoon with a distinctive German look and feel, at just 50km south of Klaipėda it makes an excellent day trip destination with just enough things to see and do before it’s time to leave. The cherished home for two summers of the Nobel-winning author Thomas Mann whose former house is now a museum, here’s what you need to know.
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