Bus

Take the Kautra bus at the Palangos autobusų stotis station .

The journey takes approximately 25 m. Ticket price is about €2 The travel distance is 24 km.

Carrier is Kautra.

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Take the Kaliningrad Bus Terminal bus at the Klaipeda station .

The journey takes approximately 1 h 21 m. Ticket price is about €5 The travel distance is 58 km.

Carrier is Kaliningrad Bus Terminal.

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Get off at the Nida.


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Bus

Take the Kaliningrad Bus Terminal bus at the Palanga station .

The journey takes approximately 2 h 51 m. Ticket price is about €6 The travel distance is 86 km.

Carrier is Kaliningrad Bus Terminal.

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Get off at the Nida.


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Drive

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The journey takes approximately 4 h 56 m. The travel distance is 316 km.

Get off at the Nida.


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The cheapest way to travel from Palanga to Nida is by taking a Bus with an average price of €6. The journey takes approximately 2 ч. 51 мин.

Bus is the fastest way to travel from Palanga to Nida. Tickets cost €7. The journey takes approximately 2 ч. 46 мин.

Palanga is approximately 316 km away from Nida. The trip by car takes 4 h 56 m.

Yes! There is a direct bus with no transfers to this destination. The route is served by the Kaliningrad Bus Terminal company. Tickets cost about €6. A bus trip from Palanga to Nida will take 2 h 51 m.

The average journey time by car between Palanga and Nida is 4 h 56 m.

What to Do in Nida

Nida

Nida is a small town in northeastern Lithuania that offers visitors an impressive array of sights and activities. The town's architecture is strikingly similar to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. Like Vilnius, Nida is home to several grand old buildings from the 19th and early 20th centuries. These include the Town Hall, which dates back to 1881, and the Saint Casimir Cathedral, which was built between 1902 and 1906. The town also has a number of interesting museums. One of these is the Museum of Ethnography, which houses a large collection of Lithuanian artifacts dating back to prehistoric times. There are also a number of nice parks in Nida. The biggest one is called Park Zabarskis, and it's home to a lake as well as several gardens.