General

This essential introduction to the three Baltic capitals is an excellent tour for first time visitors or for those who enjoy a relaxed pace on group tours. There are 2 accommodation options: stay in 3 star hotels or upgrade to 4/5-star hotels. This itinerary not only includes sightseeing tours of each city but also visits highlights including the Hill of Crosses, Rundale Palace in Latvia and the Estonian seaside resort of Pärnu. Ask a Regent Baltics Specialist for details about optional afternoon excursions to Trakai, Sigulda and Kadriorg Park and Palace.
Day 1
Day 1

FLY TO VILNIUS
Fly to Vilnius. Transfer to the hotel, check in for two nights and attend a welcome meeting.
Day 2
Day 2

VILNIUS
Enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of Vilnius including the Cathedral of Peter and Paul, the Gothic Church of St. Anne’s and the baroque buildings of Vilnius University. The afternoon is free to spend at leisure or take an optional excursion to the medieval capital of Trakai. This 14th century red-brick castle, tranquilly located on an island on Lake Galve, houses a small history museum.
Day 3
Day 3

VILNIUS TO RIGA
Depart by coach to Riga with stops en route at the Hill of Crosses – an atmospheric place of pilgrimage – and Rundale Palace, the former residence of the Duke of Courland. Arrive in Riga and check in to the hotel for three nights.
Day 4
Day 4

RIGA
Embark on a morning sightseeing tour of Latvia’s capital. The Old Town of Riga represents more than 800 years of history with its narrow cobbled streets, 3rd century Dome Cathedral and colourfully restored merchants’ houses. Visit the city’s famous Art Nouveau district and spend the afternoon at leisure.
Day 5
Day 5

RIGA
Enjoy a free day to explore Riga at leisure or book optional excursions. Perhaps join a morning sightseeing tour to the beautiful town of Sigulda, Latvia’s winter capital, known locally as the Switzerland of Latvia. Here, visit the Turaida Museum Reserve including the 13th century German Knights’ Castle and Gutmanis Cave, the deepest cave in the Baltics, located on the Gauja riverbank.
Day 6
Day 6

RIGA TO TALLINN VIA PARNU
Travel by coach to Tallinn, stopping en route at the Ethnographical Open Air Museum, situated on the outskirts of Riga, to discover traditional Latvian rural buildings. Continue to Pärnu, a beautiful seaside resort on the Baltic Sea, to explore the historic town centre and enjoy a stroll along the golden-sand beach. Arrive in Tallinn late in the afternoon and check in to the hotel for two nights.
Day 7
Day 7

TALLINN
Embark upon a morning sightseeing tour of Tallinn including the medieval Upper and Lower Towns, Pirita Olympic Yacht Centre and the Song Festival Grounds, a place which many Estonians hold dear as the birthplace of Estonia’s Singing Revolution in 1988. The afternoon is free to explore at leisure or enjoy an optional excursion to Kadriorg Park and Palace. Originally an imperial summer residence and designed by Peter the Great for his wife Catherine I, the palace now houses the foreign art collection of the Estonian Art Museum. Ask a Regent Baltics Specialist for details of this tour.
Day 8
FLY TO ISTANBUL
Spend the morning at leisure before transferring to the airport for the flight back to the Istanbul.

Tour Includes

Price Includes

Return flights in economy class with Turkish Airlines Riga from Istanbul

All airport taxes and security charges

Accommodation in three-star hotels as specified with breakfast

Transportation between the cities as specified

Sightseeing with English-speaking guides

Entrance fees on sightseeing tours

Individual information package (city guides, maps, restaurant suggestions in each city)

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