Baltic Fort Route

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Baltic Fort Route
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The Baltic Fort Route is a result of trans-national cooperation between 14 European fortresses to develop these historical buildings into places of culture, art, leisure, tourism and fascinating nature. The collaboration took place under the philosophy “From war to peace“, “From mystic, unknown places to public areas“ and “From military to culture“.


The Fortressess at the Baltic Coast


Copenhagen – Kiel – Stralsund – Świnoujście – Kołobrzeg – Gdańsk – Kaliningrad – Klaipeda – Liepaja – Riga

Very special fortress architecture for the defense of famous coastal towns, get insight of yet unknown and rarely presented places, combine fortress tourism with relaxing recreation- and sea tours and fun at the Baltic Coast  

Adventure Middle European Fortresses


Kostrzyn nad Odrą – Gorgast – Berlin-Spandau – Dömitz – Magdeburg – Torgau – Peitz

The monumental “Pompeji at the Oder River“ in Kostrzyn, preciously renovated castles in the Mark, the Spandau Citadel full of life, the Elbe Fortresses in Dömitz, Magdeburg and Torgau in the process of turning into places of culture and recreation  

Fortresses of past Empires – hidden Architecture


Poznań – Nowy Dwór Mazowiecki – Lomza – Osowiec – Giżycko – Kaunas – Daugavpils – Narva – St Petersburg – Kronstadt

Prussian, Russian and Polish fortress architecture in the course of time and under great empires, hidden places of the Cold War open their gates to the public  

3 – Country Fortress Tour
Germany – Czech Republic – Poland


Peitz – Dresden – Königstein – Terezín – Jaromer – Olomouc – Kłodzko – Srebrna Gora – Wrocław – Glogow – Nowa Sol

Meaningful monuments of fortress architecture on the borderline of Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland, the fortress in the cultural City of Dresden, the Fortress Königstein that can be seen from far away, the destiny of the Czech Fortresses Terezín and Josefov, amazing ramparts of Srebrna Góra as well as the Fortresses Kłodzko, Poznań and Wrocław  


Webmaster: Wojciech Bien | This project is part-financed by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund) within the BSR INTERREG-III-B program |