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The Baltic Tour with Saint Petersburg and Helsinki

Vilnius Kaunas Klaipėda The Curonian Spit Riga Tallinn Saint Petersburg Helsinki

13 days / 12 nights

It's the Baltic tour of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, and then travelling along the coast of the Gulf of Finland, visiting Saint Petersburg and Helsinki. See the similarities between the palaces in the Baltics and Saint Petersburg! And end this Baltic tour in Helsinki, a miniature Saint Petersburg. Oh, and there's also all the evening activities in each city. And so much more!

Day 1. Arrival in Vilnius. Transfer to a hotel. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 2. Walking tour of Vilnius Old Town: the Town Hall Square and Vilnius University, the oldest university in The Baltics, dating back to 1579; walking down Pilies street to the Cathedral Square with Gediminas’ Tower up on the hill right next to it, where according to a legend the city of Vilnius was founded; visiting gothic St. Anne’s church and historical-architectural ensemble of Bernardines, and other sights. Lunch. Afternoon tour to Trakai, a former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania with a beautiful castle in one of the islands of Lake Galvė. Dinner and optional evening activities.

Day 3. Departure to Klaipėda. En route stop in Kaunas – the second largest city in Lithuania – to visit Kaunas Old Town: Kaunas Castle from the 13th century, Town Hall square, Cathedral, and other sights. Lunch. Further drive to Klaipėda. Late afternoon tour of Klaipėda. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 4. All day tour to the Curonian Spit. Short ferry trip from Klaipėda to Smiltynė and further drive to Nida. En route stop in Juodkrantė – a small fishermen’s village – to visit the Hill of Witches. Lunch. Further drive to Nida with short stops on the way to see the finest sand dunes. Afternoon in Nida with optional tours to Thomas Mann‘s museum and Fisherman‘s House. Return to Klaipėda. Optional tour to Palanga for an evening walk and sunset by the sea in a Lithuanian seaside resort. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 5. Departure to Riga. En route stop in the Hill of Crosses, a unique place with thousands of crosses. Lunch. Further drive to Riga with a stop at Rundale Palace, an 18th century Duke’s summer residence designed by a famous Italian architect Francesco B. Rastrelli. Arrival to a hotel in Riga. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 6. Walking tour of Riga Old Town: walking by the Riga Castle and the Three Brothers, three oldest dwelling houses in Riga each dating a different century; visiting the Dome Cathedral which is a famous concert hall and St. Peter’s Church which will take you up to its spire to see the spectacular panoramic view of Riga; going to Livu square to see the Old Guild Houses and back to the Town Hall Square with its beautiful House of the Blackheads which used to host the guild for unmarried German merchants; and other sights. After lunch you will have the afternoon to explore Riga on your own or take an optional tour to the Latvian Open-Air Ethnographic Museum. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 7. Departure to Tallinn. En route stop in Gauja National Park to visit the medieval castle in Turaida which was built in the 13th century under the direction of Albert, Bishop of Riga; ruins of Sigulda castle; Gutmans Cave, the largest grotto in the Baltics; and other sights. Lunch. Further drive to Tallinn. Arrival to a hotel in Tallinn. Dinner. Optional evening activities.

Day 8. Walking tour of the walled medieval Tallinn Old Town: Toompea hill with a magnificent view of the Old Town and the Baltic Sea; walking down the narrow streets to the Town Hall Square and passing the Guild Houses of this Hanseatic city; St Olaf’s Church with a spire that offers a panoramic view of the city; and other sights. Afternoon tour to Kadriorg Park and Palace which Peter the Great built for his wife Catherine three centuries ago. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 9. Departure to Saint Petersburg. En route stop for lunch. Arrival to a hotel in Saint Petersburg. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 10. Tour of Saint Petersburg: visiting the Palace Square and Alexander’s Column, the Senate Square, Mariinsky Palace, the Spit of the Vasilyevsky Island with Rostral Columns, going along the fantastic Nevsky Prospect, lined with countless historical buildings, palaces and cathedrals. Lunch. Afternoon tour to St Isaac’s Cathedral filled with hundreds of paintings, sculptures and mosaics, and Peter and Paul Fortress, the first structure in Saint Petersburg and one of the most interesting and beautiful architectural landmarks. Dinner. Optional evening activities.

Day 11. A morning visit to the Hermitage, one of the best known art museums in the world. Lunch. Afternoon tour to Catherine Palace and Park in Pushkin, summer residence of the Russian tsars. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 12. Departure to Helsinki, the capital of Finland. En route stop for lunch. Afternoon tour of Helsinki: visiting Senate Square and Helsinki Cathedral, City Hall, Presidential Palace, Temppeliaukio Church which is built in rock, and other sights. Dinner. Evening activities on request.

Day 13. Transfer to the airport in Helsinki. Departure.

Price: on request. Tour price depends on the size of the group.

Price includes: accommodation in 4/3 star hotels with daily breakfasts and dinners; guide services; transportation as per tour itinerary; entrance fees as per itinerary.

Price excludes: optional tours; evening activities; tips; visa support.

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