Baltic States

Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Discover the centuries-old folk culture, strong national pride, and the refreshing air of the Baltic Coast.

Estonia attractions
  • Estonian Open-air Museum: Life-sized reconstruction of an 18th-century rural/fishing village.

  • Tallinn: Tallinn Old Town is one of the best preserved Hanseatic town centres in the world.

  • AHHAA Science Centre: Experience science and technology in an excite and adventurous way.

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Latvia attractions
  • Riga: The largest and most exciting metropolis in the Baltics, Riga will inspire you.
  • Turaida castle: Explore the medieval castle and its intriguing museum.
  • Rundāle Palace: Designed by Francesco Rastrelli, the architect who also created St. Petersburg’s Hermitage. Rundale is a superbly restored Baroque and Rococo masterpiece nicknamed as the Baltic Versailles.
Lithuania attractions
  • Hill of Crosses: The first crosses appeared here in 19th century – and they’ve kept appearing ever since.

  • Trakai: Famous for its picturesque landscape and the legendary Trakai Castle, was a cradle of the Lithuanian statehood, an important military and political centre, headquarters of the Lithuanian Grand Dukes, and the capital of Lithuania.

  • Kaunas: The second largest Lithuanian city which is hub of academy, economy and culture.

  • Vilnius: Covered in the primeval treasure trove of majestic Gothic & Neo-classical architecture and converging at the intersection of Lithuania’s two main rivers is the ancient capital of Great Duchy.

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