It means history, knowledge, culture, good food, atmosphere, friendly people and many other things that will make your trip special and unforgettable!
Via Hanseatica is the official name of the Corridor 1A, which is included in the Pan-European Transport Network. Whole Via Hanseatica lies in the direction of Lübeck-Gdansk-Kaliningrad-Šiauliai-Jelgava-Riga-Valka/Valga-Tartu-Narva-St. Petersburg.
Via Hanseatica: The Crossroads of Baltic nature and culture is today one of the largest tourism development area in the Baltic States. The area consists of counties and regions road passes. They are: Ida-Virumaa, Jõgeva, Tartu and Valga counties in Estonia, Vidzeme, Riga and Zemgale regions in Latvia, Šiauliai and Tauragé counties in Lithuania. The area covers around 43,000 km2, spanning from Narva from the northeast Estonia, to Panemuné, in the Tauragé district of Lithuania.
The area also includes the largest variety of landscapes, cultural and historical sites offered in the Baltic States. Ash mounds in northeastern Estonia, old town of Tartu, picturesque valleys of Sigulda, Térvete nature park and the Hill of Crosses in Šiauliai are just few examples of them.