Travel from Poland to Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Russian Kaliningrad District.
Day 1. Arrival to Gdańsk (Poland)
Our English speaking guide will greet you at the airport.
Check-in to a hotel.
Day 2. Gdańsk
Day schedule: stroll around Gdańsk city center, sightseeing 400 years old port facilities and the biggest brick chuch In the world – St. Mary’s Church. Visit to Westerplatte, where first shots of the II World War were fired. Visit to Solidarity Center in historic Gdańsk dockyard. Free evening.
Overnight in Gdańsk
Day 3 – Malbork castle & Masurian Lake District
Departure from Gdańsk to Malbork, the biggest brick castle in the world, build by Teutonic Knights.
Stop at Święta Lipka baroque shrine.
In the late afternoon: sightseeing Wolf’s Lair in Gierłoż – Adolf Hitler’s war headquarters. The place of 1944r unsuccesful Hitler’s assasination.
Night in Ryn Castle – teutonic fortress converted into unique hotel.
Day 4 Kalingrad (Königsberg)
From Ryn we go north, through border of Russian Kaliningrad District. This former Teutonic and Prussian land became part of Soviet Union in 1945. Still undiscovered by tourists, Kaliningrad exclave charms its visitors with unspoiled nature, multiple castles and fascinating history.
Daily schedule: sightseeing Kaliningrad city monuments – Cathedral and orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour, museum of amber, grave of great philosopher, Emanuel Kant and port. Kalinigrad port is a home of STS Kruzenshtern. Launched in 1926 is the third biggest traditional ship still sailing in the world.
Night in Kaliningrad
Day 5: Kaliningrad District – Kaunas – Vilinius
Departure from Kaliningrad to Vilinius (Lithuania).
Short visit to Kaunas, former capital of Lithuania. Sightseeing Old Town.
Arrival to Vilinius, free afternoon.
In the evening – dinner: traditional, Lithuanian dishes.
Night in Vilinius.
Day 6 Vilinius
Sihtseeing Lithuanian capital: the Cathedral, the Gate of Dawn with baroque painting of Virgin Mary, orthodox churches, shrines of Karaites and Old Believers. Stroll around Vilnius Old Town, visit to Television Tower – symbol of Lithuanian independence and to artistic Užupis district.
Night in Vilinius.
Day 7 From Trakai castle, Siaulai to Rundale and Riga
Departure from Vilinius to Trakai. Visiting huge medieval castle of Lituanian rulers.
Departure in Siaulai direction, to the mysterious Hill of the Crosses.
Visit to baroque palace in Rundale (Latvia).
Arrival to Riga (the capital of Latvia). Night in Riga.
Day 8 Sightseeing Riga
Visit to Lutheran Dome Cathedral, Teutonic castle (now the residence of Latvian president), old city fortifications. Stroll around Old Town and Central District.
In the afternoon – visit to Jurmala city spa at the Baltic coast near Riga.
Night in Riga.
Day 9 From Riga to Tallin
Departure from Riga.
Visit to reconstructed gothic castles of Turaida and XIXth century neo-gothic one in Sigulda.
Arriving to port city of Tartu. Stroll around city’s old Town.
Arive to Tallin. Night in Tallin.
Day 10: Tallin
Visiting Tallin‚s medieval city walls and towers, marketplace, St. Olaf church, Tompeea hill, medieval fortress and Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Stroll around Old Town.
Farewell dinner. Night in Tallin.
Day 11: Departure from Tallin
Departure from Tallin airport.
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