Review of Amber Road Tour
Susie, My husband and I took a tour of the Baltic countries with Nordic Saga Tours last month and I wanted to let you know my thoughts! I felt all of the programs and city tours were really well organized, and our guide did a wonderful job of introducing each city to us in unique ways. From Vilnius, to Riga, to Tallinn, I found something new I loved in each location. While similar in many ways, they're also so very different and the history in each city is really interesting. We loved the Hill of Crosses, and the ferry trip to Curonian Spit National Park. Eating Lithuanian food like gira and cepelinai was fun, and so delicious! Old Riga Castle and the many boulevards and streets in that city were so picturesque.
Amber Road Review
Hi Dora, We've arrived back home after a whirlwind of a trip to the Baltics! This part of the world is really beautiful and I'm so glad we decided to take the plunge. I've always loved Europe and have explored quite a bit on my own over the years, so seeing a new part of the continent with my wife was a special experience for both of us. We loved Lithuania which is where you mentioned you were from, and now I can see where you get your pleasant personality! :) The people in Vilnius were very good to us, and they welcomed tourists with open arms. While all of the hotels were nice, my personal favorite was the Radisson in Riga. We were told it was the only hotel in the Baltics that had a spa, so we took full advantage of that.
Tour of Baltics Review
Dear Alex, Our Baltic trip back in May was a lot of fun and I wanted to write a thank you note to your company and also to you, personally! You're a great travel agent and I can tell you really care about your clients. You were always speedy with your email responses and kept us in the know every step of the way, even from across the world! Thanks so much, it definitely helped ease our minds. As for the tour itself, we had an amazing time and it's hard to pin down just a few favorite places as I feel they were all special in their own way. Our group was on the smaller side, with only 12 of us, but I was thankful for that! We passed a few really large groups and I was glad we didn't have quite so many people.