11 Days/ 10 nights
Day 1. Vilnius
Arrival in Vilnius, transfer to the hotel.
Overnight in Vilnius.
Day 2. Vilnius
City tour of Vilnius which features the Old Town (included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO) with its main historical and architectural monuments: the Cathedral and the University Campus , the Gothic Corner and Dawn Gate , the Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Parliament. In the afternoon excursion (optional) to Trakai - the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Visit to the 15th century Insular Trakai Castle. Back to Vilnius.
Overnight in Vilnius.
Day 3. Vilnius- Riga
Breakfast. Departure to Riga. En route we will stop at the Hill of Crosses, one of the most revered places for Lithuanian Catholics. After crossing the border with Latvia, we will visit the magnificent Baroque Rundale Palace, built by the legendary architect B. Rastrelli, with Baroque rose garden. In the afternoon arrival in Riga, the capital of Latvia.
Overinight in Riga.
Day 4. Riga
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning visit to Riga - you enjoy the beauty of the ancient
Hanseatic city while strolling through the picturesque streets of the old town. In Old Riga, you will see the Dome Cathedral, the Church of St. Peter, the ancient guild houses, the architectural ensemble "Three Brothers", the ancient castle of the city, and more. In the afternoon you will be free to visit the city's cozy restaurants, cafes, bars and souvenir shops.
Overnight in Riga.
Day 5. Riga-Sigulda- Tallinn
Drive along the Baltic coast to Tallinn. En route we will stop at the "Gauja" national park where you will see the ruins of the Sigulda Medieval Castle and the
Gutmain Cave, a natural monument. Later, we will visit the Turaida museum reserve with Turaida Castle. In the afternoon we will arrive in Tallinn, capital of Estonia.
Overnight in Tallinn.
Day 6. Tallinn
Breakfast. Guided Tour in Tallinn which will include: The Town Hall Square dominated by a magnificent Gothic building of the 14th century is the heart of Old Town, the Toompea Castle, the church of St. Nicholas (13th century) today houses a museum of medieval art, an old pharmacy, numerous authentic Hanseatic merchants' houses, etc. Free time to continue, on your own your tour in the city.
Overnight in Tallinn.
Day 7. Tallinn-Helsinki
Morning ferry to Helsinki.
Arrival in Helsinki, the Finnish capital, which uniquely combines elements of Western and Eastern Europe . The tour in the city of Helsinki includes the Senate Square of Helsinki, the Helsinki Cathedral - the most photographed building in Finland which is an Evangelical Lutheran church built in 1852, the old market building, the Temppeliaukio Church, the Orthodox Church Upsenski and the Sibelius Park which is dedicated to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. Free time to explore the city on your own.
Overnight in Helsinki
Day 8. Helsinki
Breakfast at the hotel.
Free day to explore Helsinki with the "Helsinki Card" .This card offers visitors free entrance to the Ateneum Museum, the National Museum, unlimited use of public transport (the ticket for the ferry to Suomenlinna is included) and many more attractions. Suomenilinna is one of the largest sea fortresses in the world, founded in 1748 on the islands off the coast of Helsinki. Suomenlinna remains one of the most popular attractions in Finland and was included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO in 1991 as a unique monument of European military architecture. Return to Helsinki and you will take the ferry to Stockholm.
Overnight in the ferry.
Day 9. Stockholm
Arrival in Stockholm and transfer to the hotel.
You will meet with your guide and start a walking tour through the cobbled streets of Stockholm Gamla Stan (Old Town) where you will visit the historic square Stortorget, the cathedral and the Royal Palace. In addition, you will visit the City Hall of Stockholm which is home to the Nobel Prize banquet. Free time to explore the city on your own. Overnight in Stockholm.
Day 10. Stockholm
Breakfast at the hotel. In the morning, planned visit to the Vasa museum where you can admire the remains of the warship (200ft) called Vasa which sank here on her maiden voyage nearly 400 years ago and is the only warship of the 17th century preserved in the world , recognized as a unique art treasure. Also you will admire the Skansen open-air museum, which is the oldest open-air museum in the world and offers a spectacular view over Stockholm. Here also is the city's Royal National Park, where tourists and locals come to relax while being surrounded by foxes, deers, and many winged beauties, including rare birds.Return to the hotel.
Overnight in Stockholm.
Day 11. Stockholm
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport. Flight back to your country. End of the tour.
Package price: 1,585 EUR / person when travelling 4 people
- Ten nights of accommodation in 4* hotel with breakfast (buffet): 2 nights in Vilnius, 2 nights in Riga, 2 nights in Tallinn, 1 night in Helsinki, overnight in ferry (cabin) and 2 nights in Stockholm
- Transfers to and from the airport
- Tickets for the ferry (cabin included)
- Local english-speaking guides
- Visits to attractions by car as described in the itinerary
- Entrance fees
- Travel material (information)