An uninspiring 40 mins drive from kaliningrad town with abandoned fields and grass being illegally burnt on the way.. The spit is a stretch of land linking kaliningrad with lithuania (border half way along). Seemingly protected by unesco- not that you would notice- and with a fee to enter. Really not much to see- it consists of a long road with trees on either side but no dune/sea views really. You can stop off at a few places to see the dunes but I was not really inspired... There is also a spit museum although I could not really see the point of it and not worth a visit. A couple of deer and a small wild boar enclosed outside and odd exhibits inside. There is also a "dancing forest" which is made up of twisted trees. Again- nothing special. Better to miss this area out and instead head over to the town of Svetlogorsk for a short visit. (And you can get there by a train so another plus.)
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