Baltic Impressions. Our tour guide Valdes was wonderful and knowledgeable
Three Baltic countries...All destinations fine except CESIS....was like a ghost town...restaurants closed..no people on streets. Midsummer. Remove from tour. Would like a day more in Vilnius instead...so much to see – pauline rothstein -
Baltic Tour May 27-June 8/18
Great tour, I was amazed at the different packages that participants had. The guides managed the various language requirements seamlessly. And the local guides were well informed. Everyone was on time! Very good value too I think because it was so well organized and so interesting the mood within the group was good; no complainers to marr the pleasure! The only thing i can think of is that it would have been reassuring to know that the local carrier was "Baltic Visions." It was a little difficult the first evening finding the right group in Vilneus. Thanks again; I'll definitely check your offerings when I decide on my next trip ?Caucases! helen Gowans – Helen Gowans -
Classical Baltics - Amber Tours
A most enjoyable trip. We were very pleased. Great well located hotels, great guides and an especially great driver. We don't know how you made a profit as there were only 4 participants on the tour. They were also great. Prior to the tour we knew very little about the Baltic states but we learnt a lot and really appreciated the beauty of the countries and their history. – Neil Nicholson -
Baltic Impressions Tour
Dear Bobby, I just returned from the 10-day “Baltic Impressions Tour”, more than 1200 miles across three countries. It was a fantastic trip! The bus was comfortable, with adequate stops for pictures, food and restroom breaks. The local guides in each city – Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius – were knowledgable and friendly. Our 10-day tour guide, Janis, was great! He gave all explanations for the 9 English and 12 German participants easily in both languages.
Review of Baltics Tour
Alex, Your recommendations on this trip were spot on! Thank you for helping us plan such a wonderful Baltic tour. The four of us had a great time. Seeing Peter and Paul Church, the Gates of Dawn, and Trakai Castle were pretty exciting for a history buff like my husband. I'm pretty sure he was in heaven the entire trip! Klaipeda was a nice surprise. We visited the Curonian Spit and WOW – really, really beautiful. I didn't really realize how gorgeous this part of the world was until we were there and had a chance to get out and explore.
Hi Dora, I thought I'd write a review for the Baltic Impressions tour my husband and I took part in back in July. We really enjoyed ourselves and I think you did a great job suggesting the perfect tour for our schedule and our personal interests. I visited Latvia when I was a teenager, so it was really fun visiting again and seeing how the city has grown. Our dinners in Latvia were really special and reminiscent of my time here way back when. I think the hotels were all great, though the hotel in Cesis was a bit too rustic for me. It was neat, but I'm a sucker for the newer hotels and all the accommodations they offer.