12-day roundtrip

Poland, country of central Europe; bounded by seven nations, among them – Lithuania one of the Baltic States. This northeastern region of Europe contains three countries: Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia, with a long history and diverse culture between regions.

Today: Lithuania – an expanding economic market has some of the best natural countrysides in Europe. Latvia – a predominately Protestant country which forefathers were of Germanic background; Estonia – the most Nordic of the three Baltic countries, with linguistic connections to Finland.

This is a land of crumbling castles, restored palaces, soaring dunes, enchanting forests and magical lakes – a trip to Poland as well as the Baltic States prove that dreams come true…

Day 1

Warsaw  (PL)

Upon arrival in Warsaw (capital city and heart of Poland), meeting with your guide/assistance and transfer to your hotel. Check-in at the hotel. Walk through the Old Town including Royal Castle Square with the King Sigismund Waza Column; the entrance to The Royal Castle. Welcome dinner at the Old Town’ local restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 2

Warsaw  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel
Full day classic sightseeing tour of Warsaw, including the Royal Route: Nowy Świat and Aleje Ujazdowskie, with numerous churches (Holy Cross Church with Chopin’s heart), monuments, historic buildings and palaces; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; stop in front of the Parliament; walk through the Lazienki Park with famous Palace on the Island, Old Orangery, famous Chopin’s monument and Belvedere. Palace of Culture and Science, the special gift which we’ve got from the Russian nation.
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 3

Warsaw – Tykocin – Augustow  (PL)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Transfer to Tykocin (ca. 175 km, 3 h), a small charming village where you will see one of the most beautiful synagogues in Poland. Continue our drive to Augustow (ca. 85 km, 1,20 h), check in at the hotel. Short city tour and cruise on the Augustow Canal.
Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Augustow


Day 4

Augustow  (PL) – Druskininkai  (LT) – Vilnius  (LT)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning transfer to Druskininkai (ca. 110 km, 2 h). Druskininkai – Lithuania’s premier spa and southernmost town. Picturesquely set on Nemunas river and surrounded by pine forests with wonderfully fresh scented air is a delightful place to spend a nice day. Guided city tour of Druskininkai: neo-gothic Church of the Virgin Mary of the Scapular, Ciurlionis Memorial Museum, Jacques Lipchitz Memorial Gallery and Grutas Park, a unique park where pompous statues of soviet revolutionaries and political leaders, once dominating squares of Lithuanian towns and villages, have found their shelter after being removed many years ago. Transfer to Vilnius, check in at the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel in Vilnius


Day 5

Vilnius – Trakai  (LT)

Breakfast at the hotel
Half day guided visit of Vilnius including Gediminas Castle, Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, the University, the Cathedral, the Churches of St Bernardino and St Anne – “corner of blazing Gothic”, the Churches of St. Michael and St. John & St. Peter and St. Paul. In the afternoon departure to Trakai and guided visit of its Castle.

Return to the hotel. Dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel in Vilnius

Day 6

Vilnius –  Rumsiskes – Kaunas  (LT)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Departure to the open-air museum in Rumsiskes. Rumsiskes – unique and one of the largest ethnographic open-air museums in Europe. The museum presents the way of life, works and traditions of peasants and citizens of all Lithuanian ethnographic areas. Arrival in Kaunas – the second largest city in Lithuania. Check-in at the hotel.
In the afternoon you will visit the Old Town of Kaunas: the Kaunas castle – the oldest brickwork castle in Lithuania, the Rotuse square – most important accent of the Old Towns architecture, Perkunas House and the Monastery of Jesuits. Continue your walk in Laisve avenue, visit the Museum of Devils, M.K. Ciurlionis Art Gallery. Go to Pazaislis Camaldolese Monastery, which is located in stunning place – peninsula of Kaunas Lagoon.

Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Kaunas


Day 7

Kaunas  (LT) – Riga  (LV)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Early morning departure to Riga (ca. 270 km, 4,30 h). During the trip to Riga you will stop at Hill of Crosses near the city of Siauliai to view a sacred place for expressing gratitude to God.
Continue the tour; ca. 15 km from the Lithuanian-Latvian border stands one of the foremost tourist sites of Latvia. This is the baroque Rundale palace (1736-1768), once a summer residence of the dukes of Courland and Semigallia. There are many manors in the Baltic States but none of them could rival Rundale both in opulence and scale. You will take the long route to Rundale Palace + admission to the garden. Route includes the staterooms (the White Hall, Gold Hall, and Grand Gallery), the Duke’s former living quarters and staterooms, the Duchess’ apartments and exhibition “Seventeenth to Nineteenth Century Fashion in Latvia”.
Continue the tour, arrival to Riga. Check in at the hotel.
Dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation at the hotel in Riga


Day 8

Riga – Jurmala – Riga  (LV)

Breakfast at the hotel
Half day guided visit of Riga (in the morning visit of Jugendstil Buildings, Liberty Quarter, the Cathedral, Powder Tower, Swedish Quarter, the St Mary Cathedral, the Churches of St. Jacob and St. John, Livu Square). In the afternoon you will visit Jurmala – Latvia’s famous seaside town. Jurmala has much more to offer than just a beach and pretty wooden villas. During excursion you will discover its fascinating history and well-hidden treasures. You’ll get the chance to see the city’s first sanatorium buildings, visit an open-air museum to learn about Latvia’s fishing traditions, wonder along the pristine riverside and admire an impressive 6000-year-old sand dune.
Return to the hotel.
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Riga


Day 9

Riga – Sigulda – Cesis – Riga  (LV)

Breakfast at the hotel
Full day guided tour of Sigulda with its Gauja National Park and old castle, Turaida with its Museum reserve and the watchtower of the medieval castle, often the Switzerland of Latvia. Cesis with its old town, parks and the medieval castle will offer you to feel the atmosphere of the medieval times, when people had to use the candle light. Return to the hotel.
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Riga


Day 10

Riga  (LV) – Saaremaa  (EE) – Kuressaare  (EE)

Breakfast at the hotel, check-out
Transfer to Saarema island, full day guided tour. Estonia has over 1500 islands and Saaremaa is the largest. One of the most attractive sights in Saaremaa island is the Kaali meteorite crater, a place full of legends. All churches in Saaremaa are also worth visiting even if you’re not “into visiting churches” while travelling – they are all so simple and unique. The symbol of the island is traditional Estonian wooden windmill. Even though there’s not many of them remaining, you will get to see a group of 5 windmills in Angla. And the last but not least – Kuressaare town. It is the only town in Saaremaa and the place which you will visit there it is its medieval castle. Just make sure you follow the tour guide! It’s easy to get lost in this castle…
Check-in at the hotel in Kuressaare.
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Kuressaare


Day 11

Kuressaare – Tallinn  (EE)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Transfer to Tallinn. Full day guided city tour of Tallinn (the Old Town, Toompea Hill, the Castle, the Cathedral, the Towers, the homes of merchants of Hanseatic League, Market Square with ancient City Hall, the Holy Spirit Church, the Hanseatic Association, Raeapteek).
Check-in at the hotel. Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Tallinn


Day 12

Tallinn  (EE)

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Transfer to the local airport for your departure flight



Due to unforeseen changes in local schedules & events, we reserve the right to change the sequence of sightseeing, events and activities as well as substitute those listed with others of similar quality… Flight details may cause changes in the program.

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