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  • Hit the road and travel through the best of the Baltic States on an incredible 6-night or 9-night tour.
  • Discover everything from UNESCO World Heritage sites, to majestic castles, sandy beaches and dazzling Baroque architecture.
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Your Itinerary In Brief

Discover the best of the Baltic States on a self-drive tour. Choose between a six-night and nine-night stay, with included car rental and accommodation in 4* hotels or similar, each with complimentary breakfast. Visit the old towns of Vilnius, Riga, and Tallinn, enjoy the soft sands at Jurmala and Pärnu beach resorts, and marvel at the impressive history and culture of this area!

 

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6-Night/7-Day Tour

Day 1: Arrival in Vilnius
Day 2: Vilnius - Trakai - Kaunas
Day 3: Kaunas - Hill of Crosses - Rundale - Riga
Day 4: Riga - Jurmala
Day 5: Riga - Sigulda
Day 6: Sigulda - Parnu - Tallinn
Day 7: Tallinn / departure

 

9-Night/10-Day Tour

Day 1: Arrival in Vilnius
Day 2: Vilnius
Day 3: Vilnius - Kaunas - Klaipeda
Day 4: Klaipeda - Nida - Liepaja
Day 5: Liepaja - Kuldiga - Riga
Day 6: Riga - Jurmala
Day 7: Riga - Sigulda - Riga
Day 8: Riga - Cesis - Tartu
Day 9: Tartu - Tallinn
Day 10: Tallinn / departure

Your Itinerary In Detail

6-night/7-day Tour: Day 1 & 2

Day 1: Vilnius

Arrival in Vilnius. Pick up your rental car at the airport. 

 

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, was founded in 1323 when Grand Duke Gediminas built a castle there. It's now a bustling city with one of the oldest and most charming Old Towns in Europe. The splendid architectural blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles makes this a wonderful city to explore.

 

Check in the hotel. Overnight.

 

 

Day 2: Vilnius – Trakai – Kaunas  

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Optional: City tour of Vilnius with private guide (3 hours by foot).

 

During the sightseeing tour, you will visit the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Cathedral and Cathedral Square, and pass by Gediminas Avenue, the Parliament and President's Palace, Vilnius University and Town Hall. Continue walking down narrow old streets, and visit St. Anna's Church (a gem of Gothic architecture), Gates of Dawn and St. Peter-Paul Church.

 

In the afternoon drive to Kaunas, on the way visit beautiful Trakai Castle. 

 

Trakai, the former capital of Lithuania, which is situated on an island in the middle of a lake. The fourteenth-century red brick castle now houses the Art Museum. The castles of Trakai are the best known works of defensive architecture in Lithuania. The old town of Trakai, which includes the Island and the Peninsula Castles, surrounded by lakes, is one of the most impressive and most picturesque locations in Europe. Here still reside a small national minority of Karaites. It is believed they were brought from the Crimea by the Grand Lithuanian Duke Vytautas.

 

Head on your way to Kaunas, check-in your hotel and overnight.

6-night/7-day Tour: Day 3, 4 & 5

Day 3: Kaunas – Hill of Crosses – Rundale – Riga  

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Discover Kaunas in the morning. 

 

Lying on the confluence of the rivers Nemunas and Neris, Kaunas with its population of 430 000 inhabitants, is the second-largest city in Lithuania. Kaunas was not destroyed during the Second World War and now it has a number of ancient architecture monuments.

 

The Old Town is a concentration of the most important architectural monuments: the thirteenth-century castle, the Old Town Hall, nicknamed the 'White Swan', the Archicathedral Basilica, the Church of St. Francis Xavier and the Jesuit monastery, Perkunas House and Vytautas Church. The most outstanding monument of the Baroque epoch is the architectural complex of Pazaislis Monastery. 

 

It is one of the most beautiful Baroque style buildings in Lithuania. The ensemble devoted to Camaldolli Abbey was built in the seventeenth-century under supervision of Italian masters from Florence (Michelangelo Palloni, Joan Merli, and Pietro Perti). The green and flowering pedestrian street Laisves Aleja is the main business and leisure area of Kaunas.

 

Departure to Latvia, where on the way, you may visit the Hill of Crosses near Siaulai.

 

The Hill of Crosses, Kryžių Kalnas, located 12 kilometers north of the small industrial city of Siauliai (pronounced shoo-lay) is the Lithuanian national pilgrimage centre. Standing upon a small hill are many hundreds of thousands of crosses that represent Christian devotion and a memorial to Lithuanian national identity.

 

Travel onto Rundale. Discover the beautiful Rundale Palace. The most magnificent masterpiece of baroque architecture in the Baltic States lies at a distance of 70 km from Riga. It was built in the first part of the eighteenth-century by the Italian architect F. B. Rastrelli, the baroque genius from Italy who created many of St. Petersburg’s finest buildings, including the Winter Palace.

 

The professionally renovated palace interiors are decorated with authentic eighteenth-century furniture, paintings and china. The most impressive are the Golden Hall, the White Hall, and the bedroom of the Duke of Courland Johan Ernst Biron. The palace boasts a beautiful French-style park.

 

Drive to Riga and check-in to your hotel, overnight.

 

Day 4: Riga – Jurmala

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Optional: City tour of Riga with private guide (3 hours by foot). 

 

You will enjoy the beauty of this ancient Hanseatic city, while strolling through the cobble-stone, picturesque streets of the Old Town. In Old Riga you will see the Dome Cathedral which boasts one of the world’s largest pipe organs, St. Peter's Church with magnificent views of the city from its steeple, the old Guild Houses, the Swedish Gate, the architectural ensemble 'The Three Brothers', St. Jacob’s Church, the Parliament House, Old Riga Castle, and view the many wonderfully restored buildings, now housing cosy restaurants, cafés, bars and souvenir shops.

 

Continue on your own to the Art Nouveau area, once home to many of Latvia’s most famous artists, writers, and scholars. You will see why Riga came to be known as one of Europe's leading exponents of the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century architectural style of Art Nouveau. Riga boasts the greatest concentration of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, which are among the finest and best-preserved in the world.

 

Definitely visit the Central Market open 365 days a year, 7 days a week!  On December 28, 1922 Riga City Council decided to build a new food market in the city centre. For this purpose, the city authority signed a deal with the government to buy the Zeppelin hangars abandoned by the German Kaiser's army in the western Latvian region of Kurzeme (near Vaiņode). So Zeppelin hangars become a landmark of Riga for both Rigans and the city's foreign guests. The council planned to build a total of five pavilions, the biggest of which (5000m2) was intended for wholesale trade and dressing of meat, but the four smaller ones (2592 m2 each) - for retail trade.

 

In afternoon visit Jurmala City, only 25 minutes drive away from Riga city centre. 

Jurmala, a resort town possessing 150-year-old resort traditions, occupies approximately one-tenth part of the coastal line. Let the fresh sea wind fill your lungs, sink your feet into golden sands, and gaze out at the deep blue sea.

 

Now, after the 50 year long isolation, visitors may enjoy the special gentle charm, curative waters and mud baths of Jurmala. Jurmala with its romantic wooden houses (Jugendstil), its spacious beaches, forests, and calmly flowing Lielupe River never fails to charm.

 

In the evening, visit the Andrejosta disctrict (yacht port) for a fancy dinner with a view over River Daugava, or go to Tallinas Kvartals (Tallinas district) for an evening with the locals! Overnight.

 

Day 5: Riga – Sigulda

Breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy the morning in Riga, before travelling onto the Vidzeme district in Latvia.

 

When driving towards Sigulda, stop at the Open Air Museum. 

 

Located at a distance of 14 km from the centre of Riga on the banks of the picturesque Lake Jugla, the museum was started in 1924 and now it is one of the oldest open air museums in Europe. Old houses, household articles of peasants, fishermen and craftsmen have been brought there from all regions of Latvia. There is even an inn, a mill and several churches. In the exhibition hall you can find exhibitions of applied art. The museum has 107 buildings on its territory all in all.

 

Continue to Sigulda and discover Gauja National Park.

 

Sigulda, often called the Latvian Switzerland, is located about 50 km from Riga in the Gauja River Valley. Sigulda is situated in the Gauja National Park and is known as the most popular tourist and leisure destination as well as a famous winter sports resort in Latvia because of its bob-sleigh track and the down-hill skiing routes. Experience a genuine whiff of the Middle Ages, a time of romantic legends, castles and heroic figures, visiting the ruins of a crusader castle and the Kropotkin’s Palace in the outskirts of Sigulda. By coach, travel down into the river valley, enjoy the landscape and walk to the sandstone grottoes on the ancient river bank.

 

Near Sigulda, you can easily find the way to Turaida Medieval Castle.

 

The Turaida Museum Reserve is the historical centre of Turaida and comprises archaeological, historical and art monuments that tell us about the events that have taken place since the eleventh century. Turaida church, one of the oldest wooden churches built by the local rural craftsmen, is situated here. A graveyard was established here for the first baptized Liivs. Under an old linden tree is the legendary tomb of Roze that commemorates a girl who sacrificed herself in the name of love. The "Folk Song Garden", containing 25 sculptures by Indulis Ranka, is situated on the site of a former ancient Liiv village. It is dedicated to Latvian folk songs and to the lifelong work of their collector, Krisjanis Barons.

 

To see some of the Soviet Heritage, drive to Ligatne and visit the Secret Soviet Bunker.

 

Within the territory of the rehabilitation centre 'Līgatne', a well-equipped Soviet bunker is located 9 m underground and was declassified only in 2003. It was constructed in the 1980s for the needs of the political and power elite – for governing the state in the case of a nuclear war. The bunker was intended as the secret hiding place for the first secretaries of the Soviet Communist Party, comrades Voss and Pugo. It was one of the strategically important sites in Soviet Latvia in case of a nuclear war. The bunker is a strong autonomous economic structure with all the necessities, and the most modern equipment of the time. The original underground equipment has been preserved up to the present in its entirety. A canteen with a typical menu from the Soviet era is open to visitors.

 

At the end of the day, enjoy your stay in Sigulda. Overnight.

6-night/7-day Tour: Day 6 & 7

Day 6: Sigulda – Parnu – Tallinn

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Drive to Estonia and stop in Pärnu. Pärnu is the best known Estonian resort and also a Hanseatic city, a harbour city and a university city. The sleepy rhythm of Pärnu changes completely when the flag of the Estonian summer capital starts flying high on the summer equinox: life on the beach, dozens of festivals, night clubs and a big party crowd settle in. The city is very charming, and it contains a nice 19th century shopping district. While walking in the city, enjoy its parks and the streets.

 

Travel to Tallinn.

 

When in Tallinn, start your discovery with a sneak peek into the Old Town, a picturesque old city, where whole districts date back to the Middle Ages.

 

Check in the hotel. Overnight.

 

Day 7: Tallinn / departure

 

Optional: City tour of Tallinn with private guide (3 hours by foot).

 

Visit the Old Town with its quaint narrow streets and beautiful merchants' houses exemplifying the best of Gothic architecture. The tour includes Toompea Castle, the 13th-century Dome church, the 19th-century Russian orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevskij, the 15th-century town Hall square, the Old Guild built to celebrate Tallinn's membership in the Hanseatic League, and St. Olaf's church.

 

Continue on your own to famous Maritim Museum Seaplane Harbour and Port Noblessner district, or visit Kadriorg palace and park!

 

In the afternoon discover Telliskivi district which is full of young people. Drink a coffee or enjoy some local beer or cider.

 

Depending on your flight times, drop off your rental car at the airport.

9-Night/10 Day Tour: Day 1 ,2 & 3

Day 1: Vilnius

Arrival in Vilnius. Pick up your rental car at the airport.

 

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania was founded in 1323 when Grand Duke Gediminas built a castle there. It's now a city with one of the oldest and most charming Old Towns in Europe. The splendid architectural blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styles makes this a wonderful city to explore.

Check in the hotel. Overnight.

 

Day 2: Vilnius

Breakfast at the hotel. Optional: City tour of Vilnius with private guide (3 hours by foot). 

 

During the sightseeing tour, you will visit Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the Cathedral and Cathedral Square and pass by Gediminas Avenue, the Parliament and President's Palace, Vilnius University and Town Hall. Continue walking down narrow old streets, visit St. Anna's Church (a gem of Gothic architecture), Gates of Dawn and St. Peter-Paul Church.

 

In the afternoon, visit the beautiful Trakai Castle. 

 

Trakai, the former capital of Lithuania, is situated on an island in the middle of a lake. The 14th-century red brick castle now houses the Art Museum. The castles of Trakai are the best known works of defensive architecture in Lithuania. The old town of Trakai, which includes the Island and the Peninsula Castles, surrounded by lakes, is one of the most impressive and most picturesque locations in Europe. Here still reside a small national minority of Karaites. It is believed they were brought from the Crimea by the Grand Lithuanian Duke Vytautas.

 

Return to Vilnius and overnight.

 

Day 3: Vilnius – Kaunas - Klaipeda

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Today drive to Klaipeda, and on the way, stop over in Kaunas.

 

Lying on the confluence of the rivers Nemunas and Neris, Kaunas with its population of 430 000 inhabitants is the second-largest city in Lithuania. Kaunas was not destroyed during the Second World War, and thus now it has a number of ancient architectural monuments. The Old Town is a concentration of the most important, ancient city architectural monuments: the 13th-century Castle, the Old Town Hall, nicknamed the 'White Swan', the Archicathedral Basilica, the Church of St. Francis Xavier and the Jesuit monastery, Perkunas House and Vytautas Church. The most outstanding monument of the Baroque epoch is the architectural complex of Pazaislis Monastery.

 

It is one of the most beautiful Baroque style buildings in Lithuania. The ensemble devoted to Camaldolli Abbey was built in the 17th-century under the supervision of Italian masters from Florence (Michelangelo Palloni, Joan Merli, and Pietro Perti) The green and flowering pedestrian street Laisves Aleja is the main business and leisure area of Kaunas.

 

Head onto Klaipeda, a coastal city. Klaipeda is often called 'Gateway to The Sea', because it is the main Seaport of Lithuanian State. Take a city tour including the Old Post Office, historical Old Town full of handicraft shops, and the Old Theatre and Simon Dach Square which are worth seeing.

 

Check-in your hotel and overnight.

9-Night/10 Day Tour: Day 4,5 & 6

Day 4: Klaipeda – Nida – Liepaja

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Take the 15-minute ferry and visit the National Park of the Curonian Spit - a peculiar, unique patch of land, washed by the Baltic Sea in the west and the Curonian Bay in the east side. No one can leave this natural wonder without seeing the great sand dunes. During the tour, one will see fisherman's village Nida.

 

Travel onto Liepaja.

 

Visit the city centre of Liepaja, including Rose Square, House of Peter 1, and other famous buildings. After a short walk around the city centre visit Karaosta (Naval Port). Karosta is a northern neighbourhood which occupies one third of Liepāja city. It is a spectacular, paradoxical and unique site not only in Latvia but also in the world’s history and architecture. Its environment reflects the interaction of tsarist Russia military elegance and soviet militarism.

 

Karosta today is a special neighbourhood. It is no longer a closed area of a military base, but a tourism site with an inspiring environment. Visiting St. Nikolay Orthodox Naval Cathedral was built in 1901 to 1903. The foundation stone was laid by Tsar Nikolay II. For the first time, a new technology of monolith concrete casting was applied in the construction of the church by architect V.Kosyakov, hence there are no support columns inside the spacious cathedral and its entire weight is held by the walls only.

Overnight in Liepaja.

 

Day 5: Liepaja – Kuldiga – Riga

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Head onto Kuldiga.

 

The town of Kuldiga is considered one of Latvia’s most beautiful, and is the only one in the country to have preserved its traditional wooden buildings. It escaped the many destructive wars and fires, thus representing a true image of a Latvian provincial town of the 16th and 17th century. Visit the Venta Rumba, the widest waterfall in Europe.

 

The old brick bridge across the Venta built in 1874 is one of the longest its type of bridges in Europe. The bridge was built according to the road standards of the 19th century (500 feet long and 26 feet wide) so that two carriages could pass each other on it.

 

Follow the road to Riga, overnight.

 

Day 6: Riga – Jurmala

Breakfast at the hotel. 

Optional: City tour of Riga with private guide (3 hours by foot).

 

You will enjoy the beauty of this ancient Hanseatic city, while strolling through the cobble-stone, picturesque streets of the Old Town. In Old Riga you will see the Dome Cathedral which boasts one of the world’s largest pipe organs, St. Peter's Church with magnificent views of the city from its steeple, the old Guild Houses, the Swedish Gate, the architectural ensemble 'The Three Brothers', St. Jacob’s Church, the Parliament House, Old Riga Castle, and view the many wonderfully restored buildings, now housing cosy restaurants, cafés, bars and souvenir shops.

 

Continue on your own to the Art Nouveau area, once home to many of Latvia’s most famous artists, writers, and scholars. You will see why Riga came to be known as one of Europe's leading exponents of the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century architectural style of Art Nouveau. Riga boasts the greatest concentration of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, which are among the finest and best-preserved in the world.

 

Definitely visit the Central Market open 365 days a year, 7 days a week!  On December 28, 1922 Riga City Council decided to build a new food market in the city centre. For this purpose, the city authority signed a deal with the government to buy the Zeppelin hangars abandoned by the German Kaiser's army in the western Latvian region of Kurzeme (near Vaiņode). So Zeppelin hangars become a landmark of Riga for both Rigans and the city's foreign guests. The council planned to build a total of five pavilions, the biggest of which (5000m2) was intended for wholesale trade and dressing of meat, but the four smaller ones (2592 m2 each) - for retail trade.

 

In afternoon visit Jurmala City, only 25 minutes drive away from Riga city centre. 

 

Jurmala, a resort town possessing 150-year-old resort traditions, occupies approximately one-tenth part of the coastal line. Let the fresh sea wind fill your lungs, sink your feet into golden sands, and gaze out at the deep blue sea.

 

Now, after the 50 year long isolation, visitors may enjoy the special gentle charm, curative waters and mud baths of Jurmala. Jurmala with its romantic wooden houses (Jugendstil), its spacious beaches, forests, and calmly flowing Lielupe River never fails to charm.

 

In the evening, visit the Andrejosta disctrict (yacht port) for a fancy dinner with a view over River Daugava, or go to Tallinas Kvartals (Tallinas district) for an evening with the locals! Overnight.

 

9-Night/10 Day Tour: Day 7 & 8

Day 7: Riga – Sigulda – Riga

Breakfast at the hotel. Enjoy the morning in Riga, before travelling onto the Vidzeme district in Latvia.

 

When driving towards Sigulda, stop at the Open Air Museum. 

 

Located at a distance of 14 km from the centre of Riga on the banks of the picturesque Lake Jugla, the museum was started in 1924 and now it is one of the oldest open air museums in Europe. Old houses, household articles of peasants, fishermen and craftsmen have been brought there from all regions of Latvia. There is even an inn, a mill and several churches. In the exhibition hall you can find exhibitions of applied art. The museum has 107 buildings on its territory all in all.

 

Continue to Sigulda and discover Gauja National Park.

 

Sigulda, often called the Latvian Switzerland, is located about 50 km from Riga in the Gauja River Valley. Sigulda is situated in the Gauja National Park and is known as the most popular tourist and leisure destination as well as a famous winter sports resort in Latvia because of its bob-sleigh track and the down-hill skiing routes. Experience a genuine whiff of the Middle Ages, a time of romantic legends, castles and heroic figures, visiting the ruins of a crusader castle and the Kropotkin’s Palace in the outskirts of Sigulda. By coach, travel down into the river valley, enjoy the landscape and walk to the sandstone grottoes on the ancient river bank.

 

Near Sigulda, you can easily find the way to Turaida Medieval Castle.

 

The Turaida Museum Reserve is the historical centre of Turaida and comprises archaeological, historical and art monuments that tell us about the events that have taken place since the eleventh century. Turaida church, one of the oldest wooden churches built by the local rural craftsmen, is situated here. A graveyard was established here for the first baptized Liivs. Under an old linden tree is the legendary tomb of Roze that commemorates a girl who sacrificed herself in the name of love. The "Folk Song Garden", containing 25 sculptures by Indulis Ranka, is situated on the site of a former ancient Liiv village. It is dedicated to Latvian folk songs and to the lifelong work of their collector, Krisjanis Barons.

 

To see some of the Soviet Heritage, drive to Ligatne and visit the Secret Soviet Bunker.

 

Within the territory of the rehabilitation centre 'Līgatne', a well-equipped Soviet bunker is located 9 m underground and was declassified only in 2003. It was constructed in the 1980s for the needs of the political and power elite – for governing the state in the case of a nuclear war. The bunker was intended as the secret hiding place for the first secretaries of the Soviet Communist Party, comrades Voss and Pugo. It was one of the strategically important sites in Soviet Latvia in case of a nuclear war. The bunker is a strong autonomous economic structure with all the necessities, and the most modern equipment of the time. The original underground equipment has been preserved up to the present in its entirety. A canteen with a typical menu from the Soviet era is open to visitors.

 

Head back to Riga. Overnight.

 

Day 8: Riga – Cesis – Tartu  

Breakfast at the hotel.

 

Departure to Estonia, and on the way, stop in the medieval city Cesis. 

The Cēsis castle is the most impressive and best-preserved set of castle ruins in Latvia, and it is certainly the most popular attraction in the old part of Cēsis. The Cēsis castle was one of the strongest fortresses that the Livonian Order had in the entire Baltic region. Built in the 13th century, the Cēsis castle was the seat of the Livonian Order’s masters.

 

Castle Park is the most ornate park in the city, and a popular place for leisure activities. The history of the park dates back to 1812, when local officials began to establish a park. Gardeners installed a romantic landscape park, with an artificial pond in the centre-complete with an island. In the 1930s, six sculptures of children along the sides of the stairs were installed. Another set of steps was installed at the pond, reaching all the way to the water level. The images of fishermen and their nets were sculpted for that part of the park.

 

After seeing Cesis and its castle, depart for Tartu, and on the way visit Valmiera.

 

High above the banks of the Gauja River lies Valmiera, a city rich in history and culture. Once a part of the ancient Latvian kingdom of Talava, the small town was incorporated by the Bishop of Riga in 1214 only to be occupied a few decades later by the Livonian Order, who built a castle here. Valmiera prospered and became a member of the Hanseatic League in the 14th century, but was decimated by bubonic plague in the 1620s. Prosperity returned under Swedish rule and continued until once again the city was destroyed by Russian troops in 1702. Today, Valmiera has its own independent theatre and a bustling nightlife which make it a hub of activity in northern Latvia.

Further transfer to Tartu, overnight.

9-Night/10 Day Tour: Day 9 & 10

Day 9: Tartu – Tallinn

Breakfast at the hotel.

After breakfast, enjoy Tartu city. 

 

Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia. It is situated in Southern Estonia, 186 km from the capital city Tallinn, on the banks of the river Emajõgi, which connects the two largest lakes of Estonia, flows for the length of 10 kilometres within the city limits and adds colour to the city. The centre of Tartu gets its distinctive character from buildings rarely more than two centuries old. The neo-classicist style of the buildings is one of the reasons for Tartu’s reputation as Athens on the Emajõgi.

 

Tartu University was founded in 1632 by King Gustav II Adolph of Sweden. Today, the University has ten faculties and offers a wide range of courses at the Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral levels. During the walking tour, get acquainted with Tartu University building, an old lock-up room and Museum of Classical Arts and Antiquities, Tähetorni Observatory and Jaani Church, Old Town and Toome Hill-ruins of the old Dome Church. Sightseeing by bus will take you to the outskirts of Tartu Supilinn and Karlova suburb with its original wooden architecture.

 

Travel further on to Tallinn.

 

When in Tallinn, start your discovery with a sneak peek into Old Town, a picturesque old city, where whole districts date back to the Middle Ages.

 

Check in the hotel. Overnight.

 

Day 10: Tallinn / departure

 

Optional: City tour of Tallinn with private guide (3 hours by foot).

 

You will visit the Old Town with its quaint narrow streets and beautiful merchants' houses exemplifying the best of Gothic architecture. The tour includes Toompea Castle, the 13th century Dome church, the 19th century Russian orthodox Cathedral of Alexander Nevskij, the 15th century town Hall square, the Old Guild built to celebrate Tallinn's membership in the Hanseatic League, and St. Olaf's church.

 

Continue on your own to the famous Maritim Museum Seaplane Harbour and Port Noblessner district or visit Kadriorg palace and park!

 

In the afternoon, discover Telliskivi district, which is full of young people. Drink a coffee or enjoy some local beer or cider.

 

Depending on your flight times, drop off your rental car at the airport.

 

Your Hotels

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Maximum room capacity

Enjoy a comfortable stay throughout your tour, staying in Standard Rooms in carefully selected 4* hotels, or similar.

 

6-Night/7-Day Tour

Vilnius: Neringa 4*

Kaunas: Victoria 4*

Riga: Wellton Centrum & Spa 4*

Sigulda: Exeri Spa Hotel

Tallin: L'Ermitage 4*

 

9-Night/10-Day Tour

Vilnius: Neringa 4*

Klaipeda: Amberton 4*

Liepaja: Promenade 5*

Riga: Wellton Centrum & Spa 4*

Tartu: Dorpat

Tallin: L'Ermitage 4*

Your Board Basis

This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.

Your Optional Excursions

City tour of Vilnius with private guide (3 hours by foot)

Your Optional Excursions

Choose this optional 3-hour city tour to visit the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. See the Cathedral and Cathedral Square, Parliament, President's Palace and more.

City tour of Riga with private guide (3 hours by foot)

Your Optional Excursions

Enjoy the beauty of the ancient Hanseatic city, while strolling through the picturesque streets of the Old Town on this optional 3 hour city tour.

City tour of Tallinn with private guide (3 hours by foot)

Your Optional Excursions

Visit the Old Town with its quaint narrow streets and beautiful merchants' houses exemplifying the best of Gothic architecture on an optional 3-hour city tour. The tour includes Toompea Castle, the thirteenth-century dome church, and more.

Your Journey

Flights:

You may choose from Economy, Premium or Business class flights on sectors that they operate, at the next stage of the booking process.

 

The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.

Transfers:

It may be possible to add return transfers at the next stage of the booking process for an additional fee (flight inclusive offers only - subject to availability).

 

For inbound transfer arrangements please confirm with your transfer provider when you arrive. Alternatively, please check with the reception of your accommodation. If you still require assistance, please call the transfer provider directly. 

Car Hire:

The streets of Florida are yours! You have a category A rental car (type Ford Fiesta or similar) included and can discover the country's many treasures independently. For even more comfort, you can choose the category C car rental (Chevrolet Cruz or similar), optionally with an extra charge.


Important information about offers without a flight:
To ensure that your rental car is available upon arrival, please notify us of your flight schedules within 48 hours of making your reservation by filling out the relevant form in your member account. Without this information, your car may not be available on time.

Your Destinations

Vilnius

Thanks to its impeccably maintained Old Town, Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Home to an extraordinary historic continuity, and a turbulent history, Vilnius is a quintessentially European city that boasts a wide reputation as a charming, delightful and magical holiday destination across all seasons.

 

From the stunning examples of classicism, eclecticism, brick gothic and art nouveau in the city centre, to the beautiful parks and the steep, hilly streets, Vilnius is a delight. Walk along the banks of the river Neris as it serenely snakes its way through the city centre. The riverside path offers spectacular views of the Old Town on one side, and the imposing skyscrapers of the New District on the other.

Riga

Riga, the capital of Latvia and the largest capital of the Baltic States, is home to Gothic spires that dominate its cityscape. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Town is a must-see when exploring the city. At the mouth of the Daugava River, buildings dating as far back as 1201 can be seen, still holding on to their charm and history.

 

The city is also famous for its Art Nouveau architecture which make up over one third of the buildings in the centre, built during the 19th and 20th-century. Riga prides itself in holding the greatest concentration of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, which are among the best-preserved in the world.

 

When looking for a place to eat, stop by the Central Market, built into old Zeppelin hangars left behind by the German Kaisar's army. The markets are open 365 days a year, 7 days a week and are popular among the locals and visitors alike.

Tallinn

Estonia's capital, sitting on the edge of the Baltic Sea is known for its medieval Old Town. Most of the streets are pedestrian only, allowing visitors to roam and stroll along as they admire the beautiful merchant houses that display Gothic architecture. 

 

The city is divided into two towns, with the upper section which once housed wealthy Germans and the lower section which housed the poor Estonians, formed two distinct styles within the city. This is why you can find the majestic Toompea Castle in the Upper Town, a stronghold site since the 9th century that today houses the Parliament of Estonia and in the Lower Town, the market.

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This tour is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Pets are not allowed.
Our price doesn’t include any additional taxes, which may be payable locally.

Price includes:

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  • Breakfast
  • Car rental

 

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Rental Car for 6 nights/7days - CDMR - VW Golf 5D A/C or similar

Enjoy included car rental for 6 nights/7 days, with pick up in Vilnius airport out of office hours (this is a mandatory extra knowing that customers might land after 8pm), a one way fee to Tallin, Premium insurance (excess of 0 EUR), free additional driver and VAT.

Car rental for 9 nights/10 days - CDMR - VW Golf 5D A/C or similar

Enjoy included car rental for 9 nights/10 days, with pick up in Vilnius airport out of office hours (this is a mandatory extra knowing that customers might land after 8pm), a one way fee to Tallin, Premium insurance (excess of 0 EUR), free additional driver and VAT.

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