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Highlights of the Baltics

Explore Warsaw and the three Baltic capital cities of Vilnius, Riga and Tallinn.

A journey through the medieval capitals of the Baltics will keep you on your toes as you wind your way from Warsaw to the fairy-tale façades of Tallinn. Delve into decades of Soviet rule, the youthful spirit of new nations and a Hanseatic heritage that put these crossroads on the trading map for centuries. Local Specialists will reveal the legacies left by foreign rulers and the stories that have brought a new lease on life to the region.

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What's included

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8 nights

Accommodation

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11 Meals

8 Breakfasts, 3 Three-course dinners

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Riga

Sightseeing with your Local Specialist includes the Old Town, views of the House of the Blackheads, and the Freedom Monument

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Šiauliai

Visit the remarkable pilgrimage site of the 'Hill of Crosses'

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Tallinn

See the 15th-century Luhike Jaig Gate and the old Hanseatic Quarter on your included sightseeing with a Local Specialist

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Vilnius

Enjoy views of the Bishop's Palace and the church of St. Peter and Paul on your included sightseeing with a Local Specialist. See Gediminas Tower

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Warsaw

Sightseeing with your Local Specialist includes a visit to the Old Town. See the monumental 'Palace of Culture and Science' building

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