PL5 POLAND & THE BALTIC STATES with HelsinkiNEW SEARCH
Torun, home of Copernicus; Well-preserved Krakow ; Wieliczka salt mines tour; Cosmopolitan Riga; Tallinn: one of Europe's best preserved old towns; Helsinki: 'Daughter of the Baltic'
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
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|
|Sun 24 May 2015||Thu 11 Jun 2015||$6110|
|Wed 02 Sep 2015||Sun 20 Sep 2015||$6110|
|Sun 22 May 2016||Thu 09 Jun 2016||$6110|
|Wed 07 Sep 2016||Sun 25 Sep 2016||$6110|
Optional Single Supplement: $1060 (number of singles limited).
Eastern Europe holds numerous rewards for anyone who is not shy of adventure. Poland has an immaculate scenery like nowhere else and its glorious structures, still standing form a distant history, are spectacles we will never forget. The closer we get to the Baltic Sea, the closer we move along the storyline to the Lithuanian, Latvian and Estonian legacies. The cathedrals of Vilnius, Lithuania, hold stories of royalty and sainthood that live on in the collections of religious icons and artwork. Walk the streets of Latvia and learn about the evolution of architectural styles and how the city has come so far in terms of development. The Toomkirik Lutheran Cathedral in Tallinn, Estonia, is home to many legendary tombs and we will be captivated when our tour guide regales us with the tales behind these remains. While Helsinki, Finland, is a relatively young capital, from a European perspective, we will still enjoy the vibrancy of the present as we walk along the markets that sit along the harbour, or admire the stonework of the governmental buildings.
Warren B. (Port St. Lucie, FL, US)
We enjoyed all excursions. Excellent transportation. Food was above expectations. Excellent experience.
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