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Baltic self-driving holidays
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Baltic self-driving holidays

Baltic self-driving holidays
from 1280 Eur

Total travel distance is ~ 1300 km.

Day 1. Arrival in Tallinn
Pick up car in Tallinn airport or harbour. Accommodation in Tallinn.

Day 2. Tallinn
After breakfast walking tour through the old town of Tallinn. Tallinn's Old Town - this is one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe. There are preserved residences of merchants, cozy streets and churches,and  because of the historic center,  Tallinn is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the tour you will visit: Toompea tower, Alexander Nevski Cathedral, an original almost 2 km long city wall, medieval streets with the remaining fortifications and many more. Overnight stay in Tallinn.

Day 3. Tallinn - Paide - Poltsamaa - Tartu (~ 200 km)
After breakfast, travel to Tartu. Along the way we will visit the Paide city, which is also called "the heart of Tallinn". It is worth to visit Paides Order Castle where the time center “Wittenstein" is located and to inspect lime tree sculptures. Along the way to Tartu, visit the wine capital of Estonia - Poltsama, a small, cozy city with its beautiful park, Rose Island, river views and magnificent white bridge. City residents take pride in Nikolai Church, whose red tower welcomes you afar. Make sure to taste local wines from Poltsama castle courtyard wine cellar. City of Tartu is an intellectual and cultural center, with the oldest university in Estonia. It is worth visiting the historic center of Tartu, especialy Town Hall Square, to see the kissing students fountain, as well as father and son sculpture. Be sure to walk through Angel bridge - it is said that you need to make a wish when going across it, and it will come true. For those interested in physics, chemistry and other sciences they must visit AHHAA Science Center. Accommodation in Tartu.

Day 4. Tartu - Cesis - Sigulda - Turaida - Riga (~ 283 km)
After breakfast, drive towards Riga. Going through the Gauja National Park, opened in 1973. and occupying 91745 ha area. Visit the Cesi - it is a friendly, open and fast-developing city. Cesis has a number of interesting tourist sites, for tourists posing significant historical interest and curiosity. First of all – this Cesis medieval castle attracts tourists all year round. To the north of Cesis Castle complex there are a great May garden, protecting a small sculpture park, the gothic St. John's Church, Cesis Old Town, in which - one of the four former city gate remains - as well as the Victorian monument built for Latvian freedom fighters to honor. Next stop in Sigulda, also known as the Vidzeme of Switzerland. Sigulda certainly not short on points of interest - it is Sigulda castle, Evangelical Lutheran Church, monuments in honor of the defenders of the country, the old soldiers' graves. On the way to Turaida you should visit Gautmano cave. In Turaida visit the Turaida castle. In the evening, arrive at Riga hotel.

Day 5. Riga
After breakfast walking tour throug the Riga Old Town which is added to UNESCO's cultural heritage. The city has a long history and rich cultural heritage with a  diverse architecture, and especially fascinated  art nouveau buildings. During the tour you will see: Evangelical Lutheran Dome Cathedral, St. Peter, St. Jacob's Church, Town Hall Square, merchants guild buildings, defensive walls remainings, the freedom monument and other famous sights of the town. Accommodation in Riga.

Day 6. Riga - Bauska - Rundales Castle - Siauliai - Palanga (~ 317 km)
After breakfast drive to Palanga. Along the way, visit the Bauska city. City Celebrities: Bauska Castle, City Hall, the Statue of Liberty, etc. Next stop at tourist destination baroque-rococo style Rundales castle. The park is surrounded by 10 acres of French garden, the castle houses a museum. Stop near Siauliai, at the Hill of Crosses. Hill of Crosses - is an historical and architectural monument, a unique folk art ensemble. It attracts people, all believers with its peace, spirituality, authentic and sacred being. In 1993. September 7th it was visited by Pope John Paul II. In the evening, arrive at the resort of Palanga. The city prides itself on its Amber Museum and Park. The museum has 4,500 amber jewelery. Accommodation in Palanga.

Day 7. Palanga - Klaipeda - Nida (~ 85 km)
Breakfast. Going to Klaipeda. Klaipeda old town deserves attention with its half-timbering buildings, cobbled streets, Taravos Anikes fountain, John hill, the old bazaar, a cruise ship terminal. Here, you can dine in the cozy neighborhood of Frederick passage. You are crossing by ferry to the Curonian Spit, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. In 2002, Nida's beaches have been awarded the "Blue Flag" status. At Juodkrantė visit the Amber Bay, witch mountain, cormorant colony. On the way to Pervalka visit to the Dead dune valley. Arriving in Nida. Overnight in a hotel or guest house in Nida.

Day 8. Nida - Panemune Castle - Raudone Castle - Kaunas - Vilnius (~ 398 km)
After breakfast drive to Kaunas, Lithuania's second largest city. City is  famous for its old town with the town hall, the cathedral, and pedestrian "Liberty Avenue". When going to Kaunas  you will follow the picturesque valley of the Nemunas River. Visit the renaissance (with gothic elements) Panemune castle and  Raudone castle built in the 16th century, which is well preserved  red tower. Arrival at the Vilnius hotel.

Day 9. Vilnius
After breakfast excursion through Vilnius. You will visit the Town Hall Square, St. Peter and Paul church, the famous Castle Street, Gates of Dawn, Vilnius University District. If you would like you can visit Trakai, distant 26 km from Vilnius. Overnight in hotel.

Day 10. Departure from Vilnius
Car return in Vilnius airport or city.

Tour price includes:

  • 10 days of car rental;
  • 9 nights with breakfast in a 3-4* stars hotels;
  • Excursion in Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius with English speaking guide;
  • Map of the itinerary, all required travel documents;

Prices excludes:

  • Entrance tickets to visiting objects and museums;
  • Ecological fee  and ferry tickets to Curonian Spit;

Additionally, we can reserve:

  • You can extend your vacation with additional nights in Nida;
  • Flight or ferry tickets;
  • English - speaking guide in Tartu, Palanga, Klaipeda, Nida;

Free choice of dates. The trip is booking throughout the year.
Itinerary changes are possible.

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