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Baltic Adventure

Day 1 - Vilnius

Arrive at any time. We recommend arriving a day or two early to fully explore this charming city. There are no planned activities until an evening welcome meeting.

Day 2 - Vilnius

Visit Trakai Castle. Enjoy optional activities like the Frank Zappa monument, the breakaway Republic of Uzupis, a giant egg statue, the Gediminas tower and castle museum, and the KGB Museum. Spend free time walking through charming old town or searching out artist havens and modern statues. Multi-faceted, puzzling, a heady mix of old and new, Vilnius has all the glories of a royal past, the troubling reminders of wartime and Communist atrocities and a vibrant forward-looking outlook.

Day 3 - Vilnius/Klaipeda

Travel by private vehicle to Klaipeda, one of the oldest cities in Lithuania. Set out on a CEO led orientation walk, visiting famous sights, and seeing up close the many interesting sculptures that make Klaipeda unique. Make brief stops at Theatre Square, in the heart of the old town, to see the sculpture of Ann from Tharau in the square's centre fountain. Then walk by Klaipeda Castle, first mentioned in written sources as early as 1252. The orientation walk will finish at a local gastropub with a local beer, where afterwards you can opt to grab some dinner on your own.

Day 4 - Full day tour of Nida from Klaipeda

You will spend the whole day exploring the peninsula known as the Curonian Spit, located between Klaipeda and Nida. You will visit the Hill of Witches, Lithuania's outdoor sculpture trail of wooden folk art that will take you on a trip through the most well-known legends and stories in Lithuanian folk history. Later in the day visit the Parnidis Dune and Sun Clock in Nida. Stop for some free time in Nida where you can grab some lunch on your own and opt to see the Fisherman museum and Nida Lighthouse if time allows. Arrive back in Klaipeda in the evening. The Curonian Spit is a long, thin sand bar, dotted with dune that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. This spit is shared by Lithuania and Kalingrad, Russia's western most oblast. The forested hills, known as Hill of Witches used to be the site of dancing and gathering during Pagan festivals. Now, the hills are dotted with wooden statues created by local artists, depicting witches, dragons, and the elements. Some of the statues tell stories of the local legends and folklore, bringing the region to life with their intricate carvings.

Day 5 - Klaipeda/Riga

Cross the border into Latvia and head to the capital, Riga, stopping at the Hill of Crosses along the way. Options for this charming city include visiting the Occupation Museum, the Riga Art Nouveau Centre, Riga Castle, the Andrejsala artists' district, or just wandering the cobblestone streets. Explore the narrow streets on foot and get better acquainted with the city known as "the Paris of the East". Opt to visit St Peter's Church, where we ascend the spire by lift, for a fantastic view over the city.

Day 6 - Riga

Enjoy a guided tour and a lunch of treats from the Central Market. Spend a free afternoon exploring the city.

Day 7 - Riga/Kuressaare

Cross the border to Estonia and get the local experience with three nights on a farm in Saaremaa. In the area there is canoeing on the Nasva river, fishing, and island visits. Over the next three nights, savour farm-to-table dinners specially prepared by your host family. Saaremaa is a remote island in the Baltic Sea with unique traditions and heritage. Thatched roof houses, stone walls, and windmills make up this fairytale landscape. Enjoy three nights on a farm outside the main city of Kuressaare.

Day 8 - Kuressaare

Enjoy a tour of Saaremaa including a visit to the Kaali meteorite lake, bakeries, and windmills. Opt to visit the local breweries.

Day 9 - Kuressaare

Enjoy a free day to explore. Opt to visit some of the ancient churches or natural sites like the lake, the Panga Cliff, and the Puhatu Springs.

Day 10 - Kuressaare/Tallinn

Travel to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Fall in love with this medieval town. Enjoy an included visit to Kadriorg Palace.

Day 11 - Tallinn

Spend a free day exploring this medieval city. Use your free time to visit the Museum of the Occupation, the Dome Church, the open air museum, go sea kayaking, visit the beaches, or relax in a sauna.

Day 12 - Tallinn/Helsinki

Travel by ferry to the charming capital city of Helsinki. Enjoy an afternoon in the Scandinavian city with an orientation walk and free time.

Day 13 - Helsinki

Depart at any time.

Wat is inbegrepen?


Hotels (9 nts), farm stay (3 nts).

Lokaal vervoer

Ferry, public bus. walking, bike, private vehicle.


Meals Included: 12 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 3 dinners
Meals Budget: Allow USD255-335 for meals not included.

Houd er rekening mee

- Frank Zappa Monument Visit (Free)
- Gediminas Tower Visit (2EUR per person)
- KGB Museum Visit (3EUR per person)

- Ethnographic Fisherman's Museum (1.50EUR per person)
- Nida Lighthouse (Free)

- Saint Peter's Church (7EUR per person)
- Andrejsala Artists' District (Free)
- Museum of the Occupation of Latvia Visit
- Riga Art Nouveau Centre Visit (5-20EUR per person)
- Riga Castle Visit (3EUR per person)
- The Tower of the Academy of Sciences (6EUR per person)

- Vilsandi National Park (Free)
- Kuressaare Castle (10EUR per person, 8EUR per group)
- Panga Cliff

- Sightseeing Saaremaa (Free)
- Pühatu Springs

- Bike tour around Tallinn (20-25EUR per person)
- Peter the Great Museum
- Kadriorg Palace Visit (6.50EUR per person)
- Sea Kayaking (33EUR per person)
- Occupation Museum Visit (5EUR per person)
- Dome Church and Toompea Hill Visit (2-6EUR per person)
- Old Town Visit (Free)

- Ateneum Art Museum (20EUR per person)
- Seurasaari Open-Air Museum (9EUR per person)
- Suomenlinna Sea Fortress (3EUR per person)
- Bike Tour of Helsinki (60-70EUR per person)

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