Discover the three dynamic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, their historical towns and sites of UNESCO Heritage List, the vibrant capital cities, unspoiled nature of the country side as well as the beauty of the sea coast.
The rich history, cultural diversity and local traditions as well as up to date facilities and high level services with affordable rates makes it an attractive destination even to the most demanding travellers!
And what matters the most – emotions, such as our National Song and Dance Festival which gathers tens of thousands of singers and dancers, due to its greatness being included in the UNESCO list of Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Estonia is famous for its charming capital – TALLINN, medieval pearl of North Europe with its protected and intact Old Town with history over 800 years. It offers enchanting atmosphere, rich cultural scene, beautiful surroundings and plenty of galleries, cafes and restaurants to choose from.
Opposite to modern European capital city is the countryside of Estonia offering a relaxed atmosphere and natural beauty. Deserted beaches, wild animals, luxurious manor houses, ice roads and country saunas are just some of the fascinating things to see and feel in Estonia.
Estonia’s 1500+ islands offer an enormous amount of charm and ancient history. Most popular are Saaremaa, Hiiumaa, Kihnu, Ruhnu and Vormsi.
Latvia is the middle state of the Baltic’s with its capital city Riga. Since ancient times Latvia has been at the cross-roads between East and West, North and South; making Latvia a multi-cultured state, where different traditions have merged, creating a unique environment and historical heritage.
RIGA - a cultural centre, a dynamic and multicultural city, famous for its medieval Old Town, impressive Jugendstile (Art Nouveau) building facades and vivid night-life.
Latvia is beloved for its preserved nature, being proclaimed the second greenest country in the world, and also for the diversity of historical, culture and architectural sites. Where else in Europe one can find 500 km long sandy beaches and 45% of the territory covered by natural forests, offering various recreational possibilities in nature.
Lithuania is the largest and southern-most Baltic state.
Discover its capital city VILNIUS with one of the largest and most beautiful Old Towns in Central and Eastern Europe with its architectural diversity with preserved impressive complex of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical buildings as well as its medieval layout with charming narrow cobbled streets and courtyards;
Kernavė, the first capital of Lithuania, which has until today preserved traces of the most important stages of history of the humankind;
the Curonian Spit - the Lithuanian paradise – the narrow and lengthy peninsula, washed by the Baltic Sea and Curonian Sea, reminds one of a desert. It was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000 as one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe with its picturesque fishermen’s villages: Juodkrantė, Pervalka and Nida.