Tallinn – Stockholm – Riga (4 days)

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Lithuania is the southernmost of the three Baltic states. This country is sometimes called "Northern Italy". There are several reasons for this name. The first is the Lithuanians themselves. They are much more temperamental than the residents of neighboring Latvia and Estonia. The second one is atypical for the Baltic states and typical for the Apennines Baroque, which Old Vilnius is famous for. And the third one is the passion for the sport. However, in the case of Lithuania, this is not a football fever of Italian tifosi, but a basketball rage. Anyway, there are many parallels to be found.

Tour programme:

Day 1 

Departure from Minsk approximately at 4-6 p.m. Overnight transfer.

Day 2 

Arrival in Tallinn in the morning. Self-service breakfast (an additional fee of about 7 euros). Bus tour of the city: the coastal district of Pirita, the Russalka Memorial, Kadriorg Palace Park (external inspection), Tallinn Olympic Yachting Centre. Walking tour of the Old city with the main attractions: Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Parliament building, Town Hall Square, St. Olaf's Church, St. Nicholas Church (entrance ticket for 1,3 euros), historical Upper and Lower town, observation decks. Free time. For an additional fee, visit the medieval stylized restaurant "Olde Hansa" (from 25 euros). Registration for the ferry at 5 p.m. Departure of the ferry to Stockholm. Informational meeting with the group leader on the ship's deck with a welcome drink. Luxury dinner is served in buffet style for an additional fee (35 euros with alcoholic beverages). Overnight transfer in cabins (shower, toilet, air conditioning there). There are entertainments, bars, shops and shows in various cafes on the ferry.

Day 3 

Breakfast (buffet – an additional fee of 11.5 euros). Arrival in Stockholm at 10.15 a.m. Sightseeing bus and walking tour around the city (3 hours): the Royal Dramatic Theater, the monuments of Charles XII and Gustav Adolf  II, Stockholm Palace (where the Nobel prizes are awarded), the merchant and Royal half of the old city, the Academy of Gustav III, the Old square, the monument to Bernadotte, the Old Church, the Royal Palace + changing of the guard, the Town Hall, St. Nicholas Cathedral. In your free time, you can visit the Museum of your choice, "Junibacken" - the Museum of Astrid Lindgren's fairy tales, the Vass Museum-the Museum of one ship, the Skansen Museum (Museum of culture and life) on the island of Djurgården (entrance tickets for an additional fee).  Visiting the Royal Palace and the Town Hall. Departure to Tallinn by ferry at 5.45 p.m. Luxury dinner is served in buffet style for an additional fee (35 euros with alcoholic beverages). There are entertainments, bars, shops and shows in various cafes on the ferry. Overnight stay.

Day 4 

Breakfast (buffet for an additional fee of 11.5 euros). Arrival in Tallinn at 11 a.m. Transfer to Riga (365 km). A sightseeing walking tour (1.5 hours) of the Old Town, from 22.09 a three-hour tour of Riga: Riga Cathedral, St. Peter's Church, the Swedish Gate, the Powder Tower, the Convent Yard and House of the Blackheads, the Large and the Small Guild, the Town Hall Square, medieval dwelling houses "The Three brothers", "The Cat House". Visiting the shopping centre "Riga Plaza" (Mukusalas iela 71) (about 1.5 hours). Departure from Riga at about 7-8 p.m. Transit through the territory of Lithuania and Belarus. Arrival is late at night or early in the morning (depending on the border crossing).


Contact information:

Regional tourism centre

Grodno, 22 Ozheshko str.

+ 375 (152) 77 37 85 

+ 375 (152) 77 37 86

+ 375 (29) 869 06 02 

e-mail: regunivertur@mail.ru  

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