BS2 Baltic States & RussiaNEW SEARCH
Vilnius walking tour Hill of Crosses: compelling memorial Cosmopolitan Riga Tallinn: one of Europe’s best preserved old towns Helsinki: ‘Daughter of the Baltic’ The Hermitage, one of the world's leading museums The sumptuous 18th C Catherine Palace Peterhof’s intricate water fountains
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Sat 13 Sep 2014||Thu 25 Sep 2014||$3550|
|Wed 03 Jun 2015||Mon 15 Jun 2015||$3550|
|Tue 04 Aug 2015||Sun 16 Aug 2015||$3550|
|Sat 12 Sep 2015||Thu 24 Sep 2015||$3550|
Optional Single Supplement: $760 (number of singles limited).
This extensive 13-day exploration of the Baltic States and Russia is nothing short of a truly wonderful experience. Visit the chapel of Saint Kazimieras, located in Cathedral Square in Vilnius, Lithuania, or look up at the Gedimino Tower and admire this 14th-century defence system. A relaxing walk along the cobblestone streets of the Jewish quarter of the city might just lead us to one of the many recluse courtyards. Riga, Latvia, is located near the two majestic rivers of the Nemunas and the Neris and it has just as impressive Baroque architecture throughout. The Town Hall in the centre of the city sets the tone of ambience,as do the rolling green hills just outside the city's boundaries. Set foot in one of the many souvenir shops along the harbours of Tallinn, Estonia, and then it's off across the cold waters to Helsinki, Finland, also known as the 'Daughter of the Baltic'. This trip could not end on a better note than by visiting one of the world's most important museums, the Hermitage, and by seeing the collection of porcelain in Catherine's Chinese Palace in St Petersburg, Russia.
Chris S. (Nanaimo, BC, CA)
An intense and busy tour providing a lot of history about the Baltic countries
Helen B. (White Rock, BC, CA)
The combination of the three States that have regained their freedom from Soviet Russia, combined with the visit to St. Petersburg was an excellent combination for a tour. I learned a lot.
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