Baltic Capitals Tour 6 Nights

    Northward bound: A Baltic adventure

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      7 Days

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    Discover the charms of the Baltic cities known for its lively restaurant and bar scene, museums, shopping and natural wonders just a walk away. Witness the contrasts of modern urbanized cities surrounded by lush green forests, majestic lakes and centuries-old castles. The Baltic capitals lie in wait for you to explore.

    DAY 1
    Arrival in Vilnius

    • Arrival transfer to the hotel.
    • Check-in at the hotel.
    • Evening City Tour
    • Orientation tour of the Old Town, which includes Vilnius Cathedral, Gediminas Tower, Peter and Paul Church, St. Anne’s Church, Old University, and the Gates of Dawn. Then we visit Trakai Island Castle – an island castle on Lake Galve.
    • Drop at the hotel.
    • Overnight in Vilnius.

    DAY 2

    • Breakfast
    • After breakfast, proceed for 8-hour Kaunas & Rumsiskes Open Air Museum sightseeing tour, English speaking guide, transfers, entry ticket to Kaunas Castle, entry ticket to Rumsiskes Open Air Museum.
    • Overnight in Vilnius.

    DAY 3
    Vilnius to Riga

    • Breakfast
    • Check out from the hotel
    • Proceed to Riga. En-route we visit Rundale Palace – The Versailles of Latvia.
    • Arrival Riga
    • Check-in at the hotel
    • Evening free at Leisure
    • Overnight in Riga

    DAY 4

    • Today we visit Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum – one of the largest and oldest open-air museum.
    • Later we visit Freedom Monument - a memorial honouring soldiers killed during the Latvian War of Independence, followed by walking city orientation tour of Riga which includes Town Hall, Swedish Gate, Cat house and Statue of Roland.
    • Night Stay in Riga

    DAY 5
    Riga - Parnu - Tallinn

    • Breakfast
    • After breakfast, Check out from hotel and proceed to Tallinn through the coastal area of Parnu, photo stop, en route Gauja National Park.
    • Arrival Tallinn
    • Check-in at the hotel
    • Evening free at Leisure
    • Overnight in Tallinn

    DAY 6

    • Breakfast
    • After breakfast, proceed for Tallinn City Tour.
    • Today we visit the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral followed by walking city orientation tour which includes Old Town, Parliament building, Dome church, Toompea Hill. We further Explore the beautifully preserved streets of the old Hanseatic Quarter and 15th-century Luhike Jalg Gate.
    • Explore the Harbour & Balti Jaama Market.
    • A great way to spend your second day in Tallinn is to explore the many attractions that can be found along, north of the Old Town including Patarei Prison, the Seaplane Harbour & Linnahall. In fact, there is a lovely path along the harbour that will take you past these three attractions!
    • The Seaplane Harbour Museum in Tallinn is a particularly good option if you’re travelling with children, however, is also a great place to visit for people of all ages! The museum, which is located in an old Seaplane Hanger, contains exhibits on Estonia’s maritime history; while on the harbour there are a number of ships that can be boarded and explored!
    • From the Seaplane Harbour, it is only a short walk to Patarei Prison.
    • The prison was originally built as a fortress in the 19th century but gained notoriety when it started to be used as a prison during Soviet times from 1920. It housed prisoners until the beginning of the 21st century and has since been abandoned.

    DAY 7
    Tallinn – Return/Onward

    • Check out from the hotel
    • Transfer to airport to catch onward flight

    Top Attractions of Baltic Capitals Tour 6 Nights Tour

    Northward bound: A Baltic adventure

    Kaunas Castle

    Kaunas Castle is a medieval castle in Kaunas the second-largest city in Lithuania. Archeological evidence suggests that it was originally built during the mid-14th century in the Gothic style. Its site is strategic a rise on the banks of the Nemunas River near its confluence with the Neris River. At the beginning of the 21st century about one-third of the castle was still standing.

    Gediminas Tower

    Gediminas Tower is the remaining part of the Upper Castle in Vilnius Lithuania. The first wooden fortifications were built by Gediminas Grand Duke of Lithuania. The first brick castle was completed in 1409 by Grand Duke Vytautas. The three-floor tower was rebuilt in 1933 by Polish architect Jan Borowski. Some remnants of the old castle have been restored guided by archaeological re

    Lake Galv

    Lake Galv is a lake in Trakai Lithuania. It has 21 islands and one of them houses Trakai Island Castle. Trakai Peninsula Castle is located on its southern shore. There are ruins of the little Orthodox church in Banytl Island. Trakai was the capital of the GrLake Galv is a lake in Trakai Lithuania. It has 21 islands and one of them houses Trakai Island Castle. Trakai Peninsula Castle is located on its southern shore. There are ruins of the little Orthodox church in Banytl Island. Trakai was the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from 1321-1323 before moving to Vilnius. The lake and most of the other lakes surrounding the castle and city have myths and legends connected to them of which most contain a tragic love story.

    Gate of Dawn

    They’ve made a graceful presentation of the Blessed Mother inside a house of prayer. It’s above the road in the southern end of the Old Town. At the point when John Paul was chosen Pope in 1978, he covertly requested his cardinal's cap to be snuck into then-Soviet-involved Lithuania and be set before this symbol of the Blessed Mother - an amazing emblematic symbol at the time. Pope John Paul visited this house of prayer in 1993. It is a standout amongst the most vital notable destinations in Lithuania.

    Trakai Island Castle

    Trakai Island Castle is an island castle located in Trakai Lithuania on an island in Lake Galv. The construction of the stone castle was begun in the 14th century by Kstutis and around 1409 major works were completed by his son Vytautas the Great who died in this castle in 1430. Trakai was one of the main centers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and the castle held great strategic

    Vilnius Cathedral

    The Cathedral Basilica of St Stanislaus and St Ladislaus of Vilnius is the main Roman Catholic Cathedral of Lithuania. It is situated in Vilnius Old Town just off Cathedral Square. Dedicated to Saints Stanislaus and Ladislaus the church is the heart of Catholic spiritual life in Lithuania.

    St. Peter and St. Pauls Church Vilnius

    St. Diminish and Paul's Church is an extravagant artful masterpiece known for its remarkable interior with around two thousand stucco statues, in addition to it is truly certain that the creators of this church knew precisely the correct method for picking the right floor covering. Because Pope John Paul II visited this country, the square before the church is named after him. It was financed by two of Pac's cousins, who constructed this masterpiece work. It was finished under a few ace skilled workers including the Polish Jan Zaor and Italian Gianbattista Frediani, the plain façade hides out the interior by Giovanni Pietro Perti and Giovanni Maria Galli that is genuinely shocking.

    Cat House

    The Cat House is a building situated at 10 Meistaru iela in the old town of Riga the capital of Latvia. It was built in 1909 according to the blueprint of architect Friedrich Scheffel. The building is styled as medieval architecture with some elements of Art Nouveau

    Riga Town Hall Square

    During World War II, the town hall was completely destroyed along with its historical buildings. But, it’s been completely re-built and the guest is welcome to see the newly constructed Town hall and other buildings. It was a tradition to lit the Christmas tree at the town hall, and thus memorial planks can be seen here where new Christmas trees are decorated everywhere. Everything is worth seeing in the town hall and its easy access by foot. Sitting by the town hall can give a better look of all the beautiful building surrounding the place.

    The Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Latvia

    The Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Latvia is one of the oldest open-air museums in Europe. It is located on the lightly wooded banks of Lake Jugla, and about 30 minutes from Riga. The museum house all antique and rare items as it began its collection before the war, and still many of its items are still in very good condition. All four of Latvia's provinces are displayed in the building along with 118 historical buildings. The museum offers the historical region of the different culture of the people of Latvia, the traditional Latvian farmsteads, dwelling houses, historical churches and many others

    Freedom Monument

    The Freedom Monument is a memorial located in Riga Latvia honouring soldiers killed during the Latvian War of Independence. It is considered an important symbol of the freedom independence and sovereignty of Latvia. Unveiled in 1935 the 42-metre high monument of granite travertine and copper often serves as the focal point of public gatherings and official ceremonie

    Seaplane Harbour

    The Seaplane Harbour is a maritime museum in Tallinn Estonia opened in spring 2012. The museum is part of the Estonian Maritime Museum. The museum is located in the Tallinn aeroplane harbour in a building originally constructed as a hangar for seaplanes in the area of Peter the Greats Naval Fortress. The hall has an area of 8000 m. The hall was put out of service d

    Alexander Nevsky Cathedral Tallinn

    The spectacular onion-domed shaped structure is one of the grandest Orthodox Church in Tallinn. It’s designed in a different historical style perched atop on Toompea hill in 1900. Within the tower of the church is the most powerful collection of church bells. There are about 11 bells in there, including its largest bell which weighs about 15 tonnes. Before each service starts, you can hear the whole ensemble playing so in tune. As for its interiors, it’s so beautifully adorned and decorated with icons and mosaic; it’s such an attraction that’s worth to visit.

    Toompea Hill

    This is an ancient 10-century fortress that stands on a high limestone plateau. And, this old section of Tallinn is what keeps most visitors busy during their stay. Its cobbled winding street will take you to the past hidden country yards, lanes, spire churches and old merchant houses. The old town is now divided into two parts which are the Toompea Hill and the lower town. The place is very well managed and preserved. Besides, the lanes, streets etc, there’s more to get visitors to enjoy the place! Climb on to the higher to Pikk jalg, and you will find yourself in the castle square and have a bird’s eye view of the city.

    Tallinn Town Hall

    The Tallinn Town Hall is a building in the Tallinn Old Town Estonia next to the Town Hall Square. It is the oldest town hall in the whole of the Baltic region and Scandinavia.

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