PER PERSON :
$ 1,205.00 (double occupancy)
$ 1,710.00 (single occupancy)
Optional Tours and Services
$ 60.00 (Roundtrip transfers)
$ 45.00 (Folklore dinner in Vilnius)
$ 45.00 (4-hour excursion to Jurmala)
$ 40.00 (Organ concert at the Dome Cathedral)
$ 60.00 (4-hour excursion to Gauja National Park:)
$ 50.00 (Latvian dinner at Restaurant Three)
$ 50.00 (3-hour excursion to Kadriorg Park)
$ 50.00 (Medieval dinner at Restaurant Peppersack)
$ 80.00 (6-hour excursion to Lahemaa National Park:)
$ 70.00 (3-hour excursion to Suomenlinna)
Listed hotels will be used on all tours. If changes become necessary for any reason, substitute hotels will be similar to those listed.
$ 55.00 (Folklore dinner in Vilnius)
$ 55.00 (4-hour excursion to Jurmala)
$ 45.00 (Organ concert at the Dome Cathedral)
$ 65.00 (4-hour excursion to Gauja National Park:)
$ 60.00 (Latvian dinner at Restaurant Three)
$ 60.00 (3-hour excursion to Kadriorg Park)
$ 60.00 (Medieval dinner at Restaurant Peppersack)
$ 90.00 (6-hour excursion to Lahemaa National Park:)
$ 80.00 (3-hour excursion to Suomenlinna)
Arrival in Vilnius, an optional transfer to Hotel Radisson Blu Lietuva**** or similar, check-in, welcome meeting.
Vilnius is known for its more than 1.200 medieval buildings and 48 churches. The morning sightseeing tour includes a panoramic tour of the city and a walking tour of the Old Town with Vilnius Cathedral, Gediminas Tower, Peter and Paul Church, St. Anne’s Church, Old University and the Gates of Dawn. The afternoon offers an optional excursion to Trakai, the medieval capital of Lithuania, with the well preserved Trakai Castle, beautifully located on an island in Lake Galve.
In the evening, enjoy an optional folklore dinner at Restaurant Senoji Trobele.
Heading for Riga, the first stop is the Hill of Crosses, one of the holiest sites of Catholic Lithuania. After entering Latvia, we soon reach the magnificent Rundale Palace, the former summer residence of the Duke of Courland. Following a guided tour of the palace, we travel through the rolling hills of Southern Latvia to reach Riga late afternoon, check-in at Hotel Radisson Blu Latvija**** or similar.
Founded in 1201 by the German bishop Albert, Riga is the largest of the three Baltic capitals and boasts a real kaleidoscope of architectural styles. The walking tour of the Old Town includes Riga Castle, the Dome Cathedral, St.Peter’s Church, the Swedish Gate, the Three Brothers, the Large and Small Guilds, and the Freedom Monument.
In the afternoon, an optional visit to Jurmala, the vibrant Latvian sea resort, famous for its wooden architecture and sandy beaches.
In the evening, an optional organ concert at the Dome Cathedral.
After we get acquainted with Riga, we have the possibility of discovering medieval Latvia. After breakfast, we offer an optional tour to the beautiful Gauja National Park and the town of Sigulda. We will learn about the medieval Latvian legend of the Rose of Turaida, and see the ruins of the Episcopal Castle and the Castle of the Knights of the Sword before we return to Riga.
The afternoon offers an optional visit to the Riga Motor Museum which has an impressive collection of vintage car including a very unique collection of old Soviet
limousines from the Kremlin Garage.
In the evening, we offer an optional Latvian dinner at the stylish Restaurant Three.
The tour continues along the coastal highway to the Estonian summer resort of Parnu. We do a short tour of the resort before we continue through the North Estonian land of forests and arrive in Tallinn early afternoon, check-in at the Hotel Radisson Blu Olympia**** or similar.
Tallinn is a charming blend of medieval tranquillity and modern urban life. The medieval Old Town is a busy place in the summer with its many shops, galleries, souvenir markets, outdoor cafés, and restaurants. The sightseeing tour takes us around the old medieval city walls and into the Old Town where we see Toompea Castle, Dome Church, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, medieval Old Town Hall and Great Guild Hall.
In the afternoon we offer an optional visit to the Kadriorg Park and KUMU, the award-winning new Estonian art museum, with its collections of classic and contemporary fine art.
In the evening, an optional medieval dinner at Restaurant Peppersack.
In the morning, an optional visit to Lahemaa National Park, where we visit Palmse Manor, a memorial to the von Pahlen family, and Sagadi Manor. The tour ends with a visit to the charming 16th century Vihula Manor and the Vodka Museum.
After the lunch break, we head back to Tallinn to take the ferry to Helsinki and enjoy a refreshing tour through the Finnish archipelago before arriving in Helsinki. Upon arrival, we are transferred to our hotel and check-in at Hotel Radisson Blu Seaside**** or similar.
Helsinki is located at the crossroads of Western and Eastern culture, and this is reflected everywhere in the green and lively Finnish capital. The sightseeing tour takes us around the harbors and the Senate Square with the Lutheran Cathedral, up central Mannerheim Street and by the Parliament Building, the Finlandia Hall, and the Sibelius Monument and for a visit at the famous Church-in-the-Rock.
The afternoon offers an optional excursion to Suomenlinna Fortress, a cultural treasure which construction was started in the 18th century as a sea fortress. Located on an island, the fortress is a unique attraction for visitors.
After breakfast, an optional transfer to the airport
Max group size is 36 people, however only 2-3 departure per season operate with a max. number of people. On the average the group size is 20-25 people per bus.
Tour leader speaks English and German. For all local sightseeing tours the group is divided into 2 smaller groups by language. These tours are conducted either in English only or German only.