Day 1: Vilnius

Ar­ri­val in Vilnius and transfer to hotel. Free time.

Overnight: hotel in Vilnius

 

Day 2: Vilnius

Breakfast at hotel. Ci­ty tour of Vil­nius including St. Pe­ter and Paul’s Church, Cathedral Squ­a­re, St. Ann and Ber­nar­di­ne’sChurch, the Ga­te of Dawn with the ho­ly ima­ge of the Vir­gin Ma­ry, Rus­sian Ort­ho­dox Church of the Ho­ly Spi­rit, Town Hall Squ­a­re, Jewish quarter and Vil­nius Uni­ver­si­ty (1579).

Afternoon excursion to Trakai (25 km), for­mer ca­pi­tal of the Grand Du­chy of Lit­hu­a­nia. Vi­sit to the in­su­lar cast­le, erec­ted on a small is­land in the la­ke Gal­vė which ser­ved as a re­si­den­ce of Lit­hu­a­nian Grand Du­kes.

Overnight: hotel in Vil­nius

 

Day 3: Vilnius – Kaunas – Klaipeda

Breakfast at hotel. Departure for Klaipeda (300 km) via Kaunas. Short city tour of Kaunas, the capital of Lithuania between the World Wars, including the Town Hall Square, Cathedral-Basilica, Vytautas Church, the ruins of the Castle. Further drive to Klaipeda. Arrival and a short tour of the main seaport and the oldest city of Lithuania, which until the World War II belonged to East Prussia and was known by the name Memel. The German heritage is still evident via the timber framed Fachwerk houses in the Old Town and in the Old Harbor. Check-in at hotel.

Overnight: hotel in Klaipeda

 

Day 4: Klaipeda – Nida – Klaipeda  

Breakfast at hotel. Departure for Nida (50 km). A combined coach and walking tour of Neringa National Park, which separates the Baltic Sea from the Curonian Lagoon, with beautiful wild nature with sand dunes and pine forests. Visit of Nida with the Thomas Mann House andJuodkrante with the Witches’Hill. Return to Klaipeda.

Overnight: hotel in Klaipeda

 

Day 5: Klaipeda – Palanga – Kuldiga – Riga   

Breakfast at hotel. Departure for Riga via Palanga. Short tour of Palanga, visiting the Botanical Garden and Amber Museum in the Palace of Count Tyszkiewicz and containing one of the largest collections of amber inclusions in the world. Further drive to Riga with a stop at Kuldiga. Visit of the old town with narrow streets and the bridge across the river Venta. The town is also famous for the widest waterfall in Europe. Arrival and check-in at hotel.

Overnight: hotel in Riga

 

Day 6: Riga  

Breakfast at hotel. Ci­ty tour of Ri­ga, vi­si­ting me­die­val Han­se­a­tic town with Ri­ga Cast­le, St. Pe­ter’s Church, the Do­me Cat­hed­ral, the Old Guild Hou­ses, the Swedish Gate, the House of the Blackheads, the Freedom Monument, and the Art Nouveau district. Afternoon excursion to Ethnographic Open- Air Museum (12 km).

Overnight: hotel in Riga

 

Day 7: Riga – Sigulda – Pärnu – Kuressaare   

Breakfast at hotel. Departure for Saaremaa Island (350 km) via Sigulda. Visit of the Gau­ja Na­tio­nal Park and Tu­rai­da museum reserve with Cast­le ruins. Further drive to Pärnu and a short visit of the “Summer capital” of Estonia. 
Ferry to Saaremaa, the largest Estonian island. Arrival to Kuressaaretown and check-in at hotel.

Overnight: hotel in Kuressaare

 

Day 8: Kuressaare – Haapsalu – Keila – Tallinn  

Breakfast at hotel. Visit of Kuressaare Castle, Kaali meteorite craters, windmills of Saaremaa. Departure for Tallin with a stop at Haapsalu, a wonderful little town with a miniature Town Hall and romantic wooden dwelling houses. Further drive to Keila and visit of the town and its’ Waterfall.  Arrivaland check-in at hotel.

Overnight: hotel in Tallinn

 

 

Day 9: Tallinn

Breakfast at hotel. Ci­ty tour of Tal­linn, the best-preserved medieval city in Northern Europe. The tour inc­lu­des To­om­pea Cast­le for­ti­fi­ca­tions, the Do­me Church, Rus­sian Ort­ho­dox Cathed­ral of Ale­xan­der Nev­skij, Town Hall Squ­a­re, the Old Guild, St. Olaf’s Church.

Afternoon excursion to Kardriorg Park (5 km) andvisit of Kadriorg Palace. 

Overnight: hotel in Tal­linn

 

Day 10: Departure from Tallinn

Breakfast at hotel. Free time. Transfer to airport.

 

 

THE TOUR INCLUDES:

9 nights at ho­tels (2 Vilnius, 2Klaipeda, 2 Riga, 1 Kuressaare, 2 Tallinn)

• Buf­fet bre­ak­fast dai­ly

• Trans­por­ta­tion by air-con­di­tio­ned co­ach

• Escort and gui­deser­vi­ces

• Ex­cur­sions and en­tran­ce fe­es as per iti­ne­ra­ry

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