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Capitals of the Baltic Sea

10 days
9 nights






$ 1,850.00 (double / twin occupancy)
$ 2,490.00 (single occupancy)


Jul 12, 2024 - Jul 21, 2024 
Jul 26, 2024 - Aug 04, 2024 
Aug 16, 2024 - Aug 25, 2024 
Aug 30, 2024 - Sep 08, 2024 


Stockholm: Clarion Sign 4* 
Tallinn: Park Inn by Radisson Meriton 4*
Riga: Wellton Riverside Spa 4*
Vilnius: Congress Hotel*


❖ 8 overnights in the mentioned hotels or similar, with breakfast
❖ 1 overnight on board of a cruise STO -HEL, B-class inside cabins, twin bed, with breakfast
❖ Luggage handling start day 3 with luggage out and & on day 10 luggage out*

Coach/Cruise services
❖ Coach/van at disposal for sightseeing
❖ Transfer from hotel in Stockholm to the cruise terminal
❖ Transfer from the cruise terminal to Helsinki
❖ Transfer from Helsinki to the cruise terminal
❖ Cruise from Helsinki to Tallinn (2 hours)
❖ Transfer from cruise terminal in Tallinn to hotel in Tallinn
❖ Transfer from hotel in Tallinn to hotel in Riga
❖ Transfer from hotel in Riga to hotel in Vilnius

Tour Escort
❖ English speaking escort (meeting at the reception of your hotel at 18:00)

Sightseeing with a private, English-speaking guide
❖ 3 hrs in Stockholm
❖ 2 hrs in Helsinki
❖ 3 hrs in Tallinn
❖ 3 hrs in Riga
❖ 3 hrs in Vilnius


This tour combines two Nordic capitals with the capitals of the three Baltic Countries. You will have plenty of opportunity to explore the cities and all this region offers. The itinerary can be extended with pre-tours in Copenhagen if you want to see more Scandinavia.

Day 1  : Arrive in Stockholm

Hello and welcome to the Kingdom of Sweden! Arrival at Stockholm, a city of about 25.000 tiny islands. Transfer to the hotel on your own. (Private transfers can be booked in advance).

You can begin exploring Stockholm today, depending on your arrival time. The city has a lot to offer: stroll through the streets and discover the royal family's city, as well as the prominent Drottninggatan - the "Queen Street" - with its many stores, pubs, and cafes.
Meet your tour leader at the reception at 18:00.

Overnight at Clarion Sign or similar.

Day 2  : Stockholm

Stockholm Sightseeing

Breakfast in the hotel. In the morning meet your tour leader and a local guide at the reception of your hotel and depart for a 3-hour sightseeing tour in Stockholm.

Discover beautiful Stockholm in 3-hours. This guided sightseeing tour passes all the must-see attractions in the city. We take you to the most famous buildings and views in Stockholm. This tour includes city districts and famous sights such as Stockholm City Hall, The Royal Palace, Östermalm, Gamla Stan (Old Town), Långholmen and The Royal Djurgården. You will get to know Stockholm and the city's history during the tour. 

Overnight at Clarion Sign or similar.

Day 3  : Stockholm - Helsinki

Free Day in Stockholm

Breakfast in the hotel. This day is free to explore on your own.

Stockholm is generally referred to as Beauty on Water, or Venice of the North, as the city is built upon 14 islands. It is surrounded by Lake Mälaren, and by the Baltic Sea. The city's grand public buildings, palaces, rich cultural history, and museums reveal its 700-year-old history beautifully.

You may choose to trace your own path to discover Stockholm’s secret corners or join some of the offered optional activities. We recommend that you book the optional activities in advance.

In the afternoon, transfer to the Stockholm harbour and board your overnight cruise to Helsinki. 

Overnight on board of the cruise, inside B-class cabin, twin bed. Upgrade possible on request.

Day 4  : Helsinki - Tallinn

Welcome to Finland and its magnificent capital city Helsinki!

Breakfast will be served on board. Upon arrival in Helsinki, you will have a 2-hour sightseeing tour. You will visit Senaatintori, the Senate Plaza, and its outstanding architectural ensemble. The Kauppatori, the gorgeous marketplace characterized by an abundance of flowers, fruits, and lively sellers, is only around the corner near the harbor. The Tuomio Kirkko (cathedral) is our next stop. It was erected in the nineteenth century and features a beautiful copper dome. Indoor concerts are held regularly. Another church, the Temppeliaukio Kirkko, is carved into the rock, providing superb acoustics. One of the last sites is the Uspenski Cathedral, a neo-Byzantine Orthodox Cathedral on Katajanokka Island.

Late afternoon transfer to the cruise-ship terminal, where you will embark on a 2-hour-cruise to Tallinn.  

Overnight at Park Inn by Radisson Meriton or similar

Day 5  : Tallinn

After breakfast, we will take you on a Tallinn sightseeing tour with a local guide. Tallinn's medieval old town is located in the city center. The town is divided into two distinct parts: Toompea Hill and The Lower Town, centered on Raekoja plats (the Town Hall Square) and still encompassed by a 2.5 km-long medieval wall. The schedule includes stops at the Orthodox Cathedral Alexander Nevsky and the Toompea castle (seat of the Estonian Parliament), City Hall Square, the Brotherhood of Blackheads House, and St. Olaf and Niguliste churches. The rest of the day is free to explore the city at your pace, see more attractions, sample local food, enjoy shopping, etc.

Overnight at Park Inn by Radisson Meriton or similar.

Day 6  : Tallinn - Riga

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time in the morning to explore Tallinn on your own.

In the afternoon, depart on a long-distance coach to Riga, with a brief stop in Pärnu, a popular seaside resort with early twentieth-century architecture and a magnificent promenade where you may have a local lunch before continuing to Latvia.

Overnight at Wellton Riverside Spa or similar.

Day 7  : Riga

After breakfast, a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Riga will introduce you to the UNESCO world heritage sights, such as the elegant Art Nouveau district and the medieval old town. Drive along the central boulevards of Riga, surrounded by beautiful city spaces, buildings, parks, and squares, the New Opera house from the XIX century, the Riga Castle built for Riga's archbishop in the 14th century, the largest in Europe Riga's Central market build from reused zeppelin hangars.

During the walk along the cobble streets of Riga, you will pass the impressive Powder Tower, Swedish barracks, and Swedish gate, "Three Brothers", Brotherhood of Blackheads building established there 600 years ago, and majestic Dome Cathedral founded in 1211 with one of the best organs in Europe with nearly 7000 pipes, house of cats, Richard Vagner Street, and theatre where he conducted in 1830s, Great and Small guild houses.

Rest of the day at leisure to continue exploring the city at your own pace, visit some more attractions and try the local cuisine.

Overnight at Wellton Riverside or similar.

Day 8  : Riga - Vilnius

Breakfast is served in the hotel.

A long-distance coach for Vilnius leaves early in the morning. After crossing the border into Lithuania, a quick photo stop at the spectacular pilgrimage site of the Hill of Crosses.

Upon arrival, we will take a 3-hour sightseeing tour of Vilnius. The Old Town, whose architectural ensemble of Central European Catholic inspiration contrasts with the Germanic influence in the other Baltic capitals, is a maze of winding alleyways, inner courtyards, and old churches that appear to conceal certain mysteries zealously.

This tour includes visiting Vilnius Cathedral and Saint Anne's Church, one of Lithuania's Gothic marvels.

Overnight at the Congress Hotel or similar.

Day 9  : Vilnius

Free Day

Breakfast in the hotel. Free day to explore City. Enjoy some last-minute shopping for Baltic souvenirs, try the local cuisine or choose some of the optional activities.

Overnight at Congress Hotel or similar.

Day 10  : Departure from Vilnius

Breakfast in the hotel. Depending on your departure time, you might still have some time to enjoy in the city. Transfer to the airport on your own. (Private transfer can be pre-booked in advance). Thanks for joining us on the tour!