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Overview of our The Grand Baltic Private Tour (Gold)

Our Grand Baltic Private Tour, takes you to the Baltic capitals of Vilnius, Riga & Tallinn, and on to Helsinki & St Petersburg. It is a perfect mix of beautiful cities, and discovering impressive sights out of town.

Starting in the south in the charming Baroque capital of Lithuania; Vilnius, you then travel up to Bauska in Latvia where you overnight in a palace hotel and visit the famous Rundale Palace. On to Riga, capital of Latvia, where you find a stunning mix of architecture, history and culture. Next you travel up to Estonia, but not without visiting the open air museum of Latvia and a Soviet bunker on the way! Spend time in Tartu, a pretty university town, before you take the 'onion road' to Tallinn - medieval Tallinn, the Estonian fairytale capital. Having experienced the three Baltic States capitals, it is time for a Nordic experience! Taking the Hydrofoil over to Helsinki in Finland, enjoy a couple of days in Helsinki, before boarding the comfortable train to St Petersburg. Majestic St Petersburg, the imperial heart of Russia is on a much grander scale than the other cities you will visit. We have included the highlights of St Petersburg in excursions and walking tours, to give you the best experience of St Petersburg possible.

These cities complement and contrast with one another wonderfully, and you will also have a chance, through various included private excursions, to explore outside of the capitals.

This tour offers a wonderfully interesting, cultural, and inspiring holiday, at a relaxed pace to suit you.

* If you would like to make any changes to this itinerary or change the hotels to either 5* or 3* please contact us for a quote.
* Flights are NOT included, but we can book these for you if you require.
* As with all our private tours, this itinerary can be changed to suit you, please contact us to discuss your plans.
* We can offer substantial discounts for groups of 4 people or more travelling, please call us or email for a quote - this discount is not available online!
* You will require a Russian Visa for this trip - we will provide you with your visa support documents and advise you how to apply for your visa.

Itinerary for our The Grand Baltic Private Tour (Gold)

DAY 1 Vilnius
Transfer From Vilnius Airport To Your Hotel
You will be met in the arrivals hall by your driver who will be holding a board with your name written on it for your private transfer from Vilnius airport to your hotel in Vilnius.

Mabre Residence Hotel
The Mabre Hotel, Vilnius, has been a great favourite with our clients for the last ten years. Housed in a converted 13th century monastery set around a peaceful courtyard, the Mabre has a calm, friendly and warm atmosphere. Recently refurbished, the rooms are spacious, comfortable and classically decorated.
The hotel's courtyard restaurant is a wonderful place to spend the long balmy Baltic summer evenings taking advantage of the hotel's fine cuisine after an enjoyable day's sightseeing. In the winter their cellar restaurant is a warm, cosy place to relax whilst sampling tasty Lithuanian fare.
The Mabre is located in the heart of the Old Town near Pilies Street and St Annes Church, so all the major sights are right on your doorstep.

DAY 2 Vilnius 3 Hour Guided Walking Tour Of Vilnius
Our English speaking guide will meet you in your hotel reception and take you for a 3 hour privately guided walking tour of Vilnius. This is a great way to get your bearings on your first day and see all the major sights of the city, making deciding what to visit and see in more detail a lot easier.
If you like to try the local food where the locals eat - we recommend you ask your guide to finish your tour at an authentic Lithuanian restaurant where the food is delicious and good value for money!
If you don't fancy walking for 3 hours, you are very welcome to stop at one of the many cafes in the old town, and chat with your guide about life in Lithuania, what to see etc and pick up some local tips. This 'stopping time' is part of your 3 hours so make the most of their company and local knowledge!

DAY 3 Vilnius
Trakai Castle & Grutas Park (Day Trip From Vilnius)
This enjoyable day trip visits two of Lithuania's unique sights in the company of our friendly English speaking driver.

Grutas Park Soviet Sculpture Park has grown from strength to strength since we first visited. The local 'mushroom millionaire' bought up many of the old discarded Soviet statues that people were happy to see torn down from town squares across Lithuania, and parked them up here anticipating that one day they'd come in handy... and they did! Grutas Park is a museum of Soviet sculptures, where Stalin and Lenin can be sat upon for photos, and the exhibition has developed with many more interesting attractions to keep you entertained.

Trakai Castle is a stunning island castle; walk out across the wooden bridges and explore the inner courtyard and exhibitions, before returning to the mainland and wandering the picturesque streets of Trakai village with its wooden houses and try a local 'kibinai'... look back to view Trakai Castle in all its splendour, a truly iconic Lithuanian view.

The day trip starts with our driver picking you up at your hotel at 10.00 and you will return to Vilnius approximately 18.30. Lunch is available at the restaurant at Grutas Park (not everything has mushrooms!) but this is not included. The tour goes at your pace and if you need to stop our driver will be happy to do so.

DAY 4 Vilnius - Bauska
Vilnius - Mezotnes Pils Private Transfer (Via Hill Of Crosses)
Private transfer with our driver-guide from your hotel in Vilnius to Mezotnes Pils in Latvia, on the way you will visit the famous Hill of Crosses near Siauliai.

Mezotnes Pils
Mezotnes Pils is an impressive Latvian palace, completed in 1802. Its history has involved Empresses, Czars and Countesses. During World War II the palace was partly destroyed, but is now a fully renovated architectural gem. Attractive parkland leads on to the Latvian countryside and it is a pleasant walk to the famous Rundale Palace (3km by foot during the months June - September when the footbridge is open).
Stay here and soak up the historic atmosphere in regal surroundings.

DAY 5 Bauska - Riga
Mezotne - Rundale Palace - Riga Private Transfer
Our driver-guide will pick you up from Mezotnes Pils and drive you to Rundale Palace. Here you will enjoy a 3 hour tour of beautiful Rundale Palace and gardens. It is then on to Riga, and our driver-guide will drop you off at your hotel in the old town.

Neiburgs Hotel
The Neiburgs Hotel and Restaurant are located in the very heart of the Old Town of Riga, housed in a listed Art Nouveau building in a quiet little street just off the Dome Cathedral square – a five-minute walk from the Riga Opera, a number of concert halls and museums. The Neiburgs is a boutique design hotel, and is comfortable and welcoming. The hotel combines architectural heritage with contemporary design beautifully, and some of views are fabulous across the Old Town and the city skyline across the River Daugava. The Nieburgs rooms are apartment style, meaning you have more facilities and space than a standard hotel room.
The NEIBURGS Restaurant is a delight in itself, and offers delicious breakfasts and sophisticated dining in the evening. The library in the hotel reception area is a pleasant place to rest, read or people watch, and the hotel has a small gym, sauna, Turkish bath and massage services are available upon request.

DAY 6 Riga
Riga 3 Hour Private Walking Tour
You will be met in the reception area of your hotel by your English speaking guide for your privately guided 3 hour walking tour of Riga. RIX

DAY 7 Riga
Sigulda, Cesis & Turaida Day Trip (Castles Included)
A charming day trip with our driver-guide out to explore the Gauja national park area of Latvia. On this day trip you will visit:
Sigulda (Latvian Switzerland): enjoy a rare combination of medieval castles, picturesque hilly landscapes (with a river running amidst sandy caves), a sculpture park and flowers that are extinct in most countries of Europe. Here you will take a cable car across the valley to visit Turaida.
Turaida: in the language of the ancient Livs, Turaida means “Garden of God”. Everybody who arrives in Turaida is convinced of the harmony of nature and creative work of man.
Cesis: a typical European medieval town, with a Latvian twist, and a medieval castle.

DAY 8 Riga - Tartu
Riga To Tartu Private Transfer (Via Open Air Museum & Soviet Bunker Tour)
You might want a straightforward transfer from Riga to Estonia’s University capital, Tartu. Alternatively we feel it’s a great idea to take you back in history, firstly in the Open Air Museum just outside Riga, where you’ll stop off for an hour and have a walk around the wooden cottages and regions of Latvia in the last 400 years. After this you’ll be driven to Ligatne where you’ll experience a Soviet bunker. The main purpose of the bunker - hidden beneath a hotel - was for KGB and high ranking communist officials to hide after a nuclear attack. The bunker was only declassified and made known to the general Latvian public in 2003.
You'll have a bite to eat in the Soviet canteen, circa 1980s, before you tour around the bunker. You have been warned!!
For those that survive the bunker you’ll be driven to your final destination of the day; Tartu.

Villa Margaretha
Villa Margaretha is a well-located cosy small hotel in Art Nouveau style in Tartu. The hotel has a lovely atmosphere, and is a great place to stay in Tartu, being within walking distance of all the main sights. It is well styled both outside and inside, making your stay a very pleasant one.

DAY 9 Tartu
Guided Tour Of Tartu - 2 Hours
A 2 hour walking tour of Tartu with our friendly guide. Go at your pace, visiting the main sights of Tartu and getting to know about this pretty university town in Estonia. This is a great way to local and enjoy their anecdotes and stories of life in Tartu.

DAY 10 Tartu - Tallinn
Tartu - Tallinn (Sightseeing Along The Way) Private Transfer
Tallinn – Tartu private guided transfer with sightseeing.

10.00 - 11.00 Drive from Tartu along Lake Peipsi on the 'Onion Road', so called because of the many small-scale producers of onions.
11.15 - 12.15 Visit Alatskivi Castle
13.15 Visit Kolkja Old Believers „Onion and Fish Restaurant“. We will prebook this for you, as usually it is very busy (please note food and drink to be paid locally)
14.30 - 15.30 Visit Käsmu captains village (this includes a visit to the museum and a short walk) on the north coast of Lahemaa national park.
16.30 Arrive in Tallinn

Merchants House Hotel
The lovely 4* Merchants House Hotel is an ideal choice for those who want to stay in a boutique hotel in a wonderful location. This warm and friendly hotel is situated just behind Tallinn's Old Town Square, so you are ideally placed to see all of Tallinn's wonderful sights.
The Merchants House Hotel has 37 rooms, rooms either face onto the ancient cobbled streets of Tallinn Old Town or the hotels tranquil courtyard, if you have a preference please let us know and we can request it for you. The rooms are beautifully decorated in a warm modern style, many have exposed brick walls and the feel is luxurious and relaxing. Baltic Holiday clients have enjoyed staying at the Merchants House for years and we know the manager personally, so we know you will be very well looked after.

Baltic Holidays heartily recommend The Merchants House, it is an excellent 4* hotel and a lovely place to stay.

DAY 11 Tallinn
Tallinn 3 Hour Private Walking Tour
You will be met in the reception area of your hotel by your English speaking guide for your 3 hour privately guided walking tour Tallinn
The tour includes both the upper old town Toompea and the lower old town that was a member of the Hanseatic League. In the upper old town you shall see: Palace Square with the baroque Toompea Palace now the Parliament House and the 19th century St.Alexander Nevsky Cathedral; then the oldest church in Tallinn the 13th century Cathedral of St.Mary the Virgin or the Dome Cathedral, a nice panorama from one of the view platforms, the18-19th century dwelling houses. In the lower old town you shall see the 15th century late gothic Town Hall the 15th century pharmacy, medieval guild and merchant’s houses. You also visit the area of the former Dominican monastery with picturesque artists workshops in medieval houses. You will also visit parts of the old ring work with towers /Kiek in de Kök ,etc/and pass through many romantic old streets like Long and Short Leg and more.

DAY 12 Tallinn
Kajsamoor Sail’n’dine - Historical Cruise With City Skyline Sightseeing & Dinner Included
This is a 2-hour guided historical cruise with city skyline sightseeing, dinner is included and also entrance to the Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour) Museum.
The sailing vessel “Kajsamoor” (1939) is a two-masted galeass-rigged square-topsail wooden schooner built in 1939 in Aasheim og Valvatne Skibsbyggeri yard in Sagvåg Sunnhordland, Norway, as a typical North Sea cargo ship.The name comes from old Norse mythology and means The Mother of Wind Troll. Since the Trolls average about 300-years of lifespan this windtroll is a rather young lady.
Today she is the rare living example of typical sailing trader (LOA 108ft – 33m, beam 6m, displacement 148 tons)
The captain owns the boat and this evening trip offers a dinner, good basic sea fare, nothing too fancy, and great views of Tallinn old Town from the sea.
The boat is moored at the Lennusadam (Seaplane Harbour, Estonian Maritime Museum), whilst entrance to the museum, an absolute must, is also included in your ticket price.

There’s no better way to see Tallinn’s medieval skyline and picturesque coast than taking a sailing tour on the Kajsamoor, a wooden, gaff-rigged schooner built in 1939. During the 2-hour excursion you’ll hear stories of port life, pirates and smugglers, see the Maritime Museum’s historic Seaplane Harbour and cruise the bay. The galley will serve you a hearty sailor’s supper while you admire the Tallinn city skyline from the water.

Daily [May and Sept weekends only]
Dinner Cruise 18.00 – 20.00

DAY 13 Tallinn - Helsinki
Departure Transfer (Ferry Port)
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to Tallinn ferry port.
Ferry From Tallinn To Helsinki
Your ferry tickets and reservation for travel from Tallinn to Helsinki will be pre-purchased for you (sailing times to be confirmed). Enjoy the swift crossing from Estonia to Finland for the next stage of your tour.
Helsinki Harbour To Hotel
Our driver will meet you at the ferry port in Helsinki and drive you to your hotel.

Klaus K Hotel
The Klaus K Hotel is a perfect place to stay in Helsinki being just a short walk from the main sites and shopping streets of this vibrant city.
Klaus K Hotel is the first design hotel in Helsinki; it is stunning and unique and will make your stay in Helsinki memorable and enjoyable!

DAY 14 Helsinki
Helsinki Walking City Tour (2 Hour)
Our local Helsinki guide will meet you at your hotel and take you for a 3 hour walking tour of Helsinki - the perfect way to get your bearings. The guide will go at your pace and if there is anything in particular you would like to see or do - please say!

Helsinki Canal Tour
This 1.5 hours organised boat tour is an excellent way to discover a different aspect of Helsinki. You will see highlights such as the beautiful Degerö Canal, the Finnish Icebreakers and harbours, Korkeasaari Zoo and Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. During this tour you will get a taste of authentic coastal life in Helsinki. On board are guide services and you can enjoy coffee / tea / beverages and pastries during your trip. The tour departs from the Market Square. HEL

DAY 15 Helsinki - St Petersburg
Transfer From Your Hotel To Helsinki Train Station
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to Helsinki train station.

Allegro Train Helsinki To St Petersburg
Take the comfortable Allegro high-speed train service from Helsinki to St Petersburg. Your train tickets and reservation will have been pre-purchased (timings to be confirmed). The train consists of 7 carriages and has a maximum speed of 220 kph. Each individual seat on the Allegro is equipped with a folding table, adjustable back rest, individual lighting, a socket between the seats for recharging mobile phones and laptops, a place for coats, a footrest and storage pockets for newspapers and magazines. The Allegro dining car seats 38 passengers and has three bars for 12 people. The restaurant offers passengers drinks, snacks and a la carte dishes.The price of a first class ticket includes self-service zone with tea and coffee, provision of newspapers and magazines, radio headphones.

Timetables and prices are generally stable but may change. Prices for confirmed tickets will not change.

Standard Transfer To Your Hotel
Our driver will meet you at the train station and drive you to your hotel in St Petersburg.

Helvetia Hotel
The Helvetia Hotel is housed in a beautiful 19th century mansion, complete with many preserved historic features of this lovely building. Russian cordiality and Swiss traditions of comfort and hospitality have been combined making this hotel a brilliant choice for your time in St Petersburg. The hotel is ideally situated and just a short walk from Nevsky Prospect, St Petersburg main shopping street.

DAY 16 St Petersburg
St Petersburg 3 Hour Private Walking Tour (Maria)
You will be met in the reception area of your hotel by your English speaking guide for your privately guided city walking tour. This private tour will give you the possibility to see the most beautiful and famous architectural monuments in St Petersburg like St Isaac's Cathedral, Peter and Paul fortress etc... Our guide will go at your pace, and please say if you want to stop, or see anything of particular interest to you. This is a great way to meet a local and hear first hand about life in St Petersburg.

St Petersburg State Hermitage Museum Tour (Maria)
You will be met in the reception area of your hotel by your English speaking guide for a privately guided tour of the Hermitage.

The Hermitage is the largest museum in Russia and one of the greatest museums in the world. The collection was started by Catherine II in 1764 with the buying of 225 paintings. Today the collection totals three million works of art: 15,000 paintings (by Titian, Rembrandt, Picasso, Matisse, Leonardo da Vinci and many others) 12,000 sculptures, 600,000 drawings, 224,000 objects of applied art and many other interesting things that are placed in 1,057 halls and rooms of the former Royal Palace. Stand in front of each piece for one minute and it would take you from 3 to 11 years to get round everything (every staff member tells this differently).
Duration: 2,5-3hours.

Public transport included where required.

DAY 17 St Petersburg
St Petersburg By Boat Canal Tour (2 Hours)
St. Petersburg is a city of rivers and canals. Magnificent palaces and significant monuments look different from the water. You will understand why St. Petersburg is called "The Venice of the North". During this 2-hours boat cruise you will pass the rivers Moyka and Fontanka and enter the river Neva. You will learn the new aspects of the city's history connected with the waterways of St. Petersburg.

Mode of transport: by boat
Duration: 2 hours
Price includes: Picking up at your hotel, professional tour guiding, boat tickets
Availability: Daily from April to October

St Petersburg Peterhof Tour (4 Hours)
Versailles was the inspiration behind Peter the Great’s desire to build an imperial palace in the suburbs of his new city St Petersburg. The palace, park and the famous system of fountains, including the truly spectacular Grand Cascade were later extended by Peter’s granddaughter, Empress Elizabeth, who loved the place just as much as he did. Catherine the Great moved the court to Pushkin but, afterwards, Nicholas I ordered the building of the modest Cottage Palace in 1826, meaning that Peterhof was once again the Official Imperial Residence and so the park was continually undergoing improvements in the 18th and 19th centuries. During the Second World War, Peterhof was ravaged by German troops like almost all of St. Petersburg’s suburban estates. However, it was one of the first to be resurrected and the estate was almost fully restored by 1947 thanks to the work of military engineers and over one thousand volunteers. The original name of Peterhof was replaced with ‘Petrodvorets’ so that it did not sound German and this is the name still given to the surrounding town, although the palace and park are now known as Peterhof once again.

Mode of transport: by car & walking
Duration: 4 hours
Max 6 people
Price includes: Picking up at your hotel, professional tour guiding, private car or minibus and driver, entrance fee
Availability: Daily except Mondays

DAY 18 St Petersburg
St Petersburg Tsarskoye Selo (Catherine’s Palace With Amber Room)
Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, who was the architect behind the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, built this palace for the Empress Elizabeth. It is Tsarskoye Selo’s top attraction and particularly famous for its beautiful Amber Room. Less well known, and much more dilapidated, the Alexander Palace is nonetheless also a neoclassical masterpiece, and has a particularly poignant connection with the family of the last Tsar, Nicholas II. The town of Pushkin, which surrounds the Tsarskoye Selo’s estate, was bestowed with this name in Soviet times to honour Russia’s greatest poet, and is St. Petersburg’s most charming suburb. Pushkin has numerous sights connected with Alexander Sergeevich such as a museum in the former Imperial Lycee, where he was schooled.

Mode of transport: by car, walking
Duration: 4 hours
Max 6 people
Price includes: Picking up at your hotel, professional tour guiding, private car or minibus and driver, entrance fees to Catherine's Palace & Amber Room, and Alexander Palace
Availability: Daily except Tuesdays

DAY 19 St Petersburg
Standard Transfer To The Airport
Your driver will meet you at your hotel and drive you to the airport.

Reviews for our The Grand Baltic Private Tour (Gold)

"Overall, we had a wonderful time. There’s something to be said for touring a region about which I know next to nothing in advance but having a good tour operator."
Mr & Mrs Wohl, June 2016

"Thank you for organising our excellent Baltic tour in July/August 2014. We enjoyed the trip immensely and learnt lots about this interesting part of the world. The arrangements ran like clockwork and all our guides and drivers were excellent. You had chosen each hotel well for a convenient central location and we would return to each.

In summary we had a most enjoyable holiday and we will certainly visit the region again. Tallinn and Helsinki were particular highlights whilst we are now very aware that we have only scratched the surface of St Petersburg!"
C & L Singer, 2014

"Just a quick note to say what a wonderful holiday we have just had! Everything worked perfectly – planes, trains and automobiles! The guides were superb! Thank you so much for arranging it all! We are so glad we didn’t do a cruise!! Absolutely NO complaints at all."
Annetta, August 2014

"Just a short line to thank you for organising a fantastic trip to the Baltic States and Russia. We had a thoroughly enjoyable trip and have a special mention for the organisation throughout. We had lots of transport connections and guide changes but everything went very smoothly and, allied to what we were seeing, made it a special trip."
Mr & Mrs Brown, June 2014

"We have just returned from the Grand Baltic Tour and what an amazing holiday it was! Never having been to this part of the world, and knowing very little about it, we booked with some trepidation! We needn't have worried. Everything was excellent. We visited 5 countries and 6 cities including a Moscow add-on, and it just kept getting better and better.
Each city had its own charm. We liked the unspoilt feel of Vilnius, and the charm of Riga, and the quaintness of Tallinn, which was very lively when we were there. Helsinki was fascinating. St. Petersburg showed us opulence that was off the scale, and Moscow blew away our preconceptions. I will never forget the acres of pansies, tulips, and the heady scent of lilac within the Kremlin. The jewels were spectacular.
The people-carriers that moved the 4 of us about were immaculate. Our guides were very knowledgeable, spoke fluent and sophisticated English. At the end of each tour we felt they were our friends. It was our first experience of a private tour, and I recommend it unreservedly. We felt like VIPs. Well done!"
Robinson group, May 2013

"We have just arrived home after a fantastic tour of the Baltic States and Russia. Everything went well. The hotels were good and conveniently located, the staff friendly and helpful, our tour guides and drivers were excellent, both informative and patient with our requests. I would like to thank you and everyone at Baltic Holidays for making this a great trip. Organising a trip of this type from the other side of the world could have been a concern but everything went to plan.Thank You again "
John and Kathy Byrne, September 2012

"All the hotels were very good to excellent. Maria our guide in St Petersburg was exceptional. She accommodated to our interests, kept us safe and is a very intelligent young woman who gave us an insight into her beautiful and facinating city.
Giina was excellent and did a great job of showing us the highlights of Tallinn .She combined a great sense of humour with her skill of bringing the history of Tallin to life.
The drivers were all punctual, polite and the cleanliness of their vehicles puts ours to shame!
As usual independent travellers we really enjoyed not having to put the holiday together. The transfers all worked like clockwork and took away the stress of having to find our own transport. Having previously experienced taxis not turning up it was a delight to have the confidence the transfers would be comfortably made. Excellent trip, thank you to all involved." Mr and Mrs Hull, June 2012

"The guides were all interesting and different, spoke excellent English and showed us their city with enthusiasm and passion.
Maria in St Petersburg obviously enjoyed taking us around....We thought she would be hard to beat but then came our guide In Tallinn who shared my name but with a Russian spelling, Giina, and she too gave us another great guided walk with plenty of time and information.

Inga again was a delight with that beautiful smile of hers..... It was pleasant at the end to sit over a coffee and just chat and despite her busy life with work and study she gave us generously of her time....They all had a deep knowledge of their subject and were happy to be questioned about a wide variety of topic....The two Linass, if that is the plural,again were good. It was Linas who introduced us to the traditional Lithuanian foods .Would we have done that without his encouragement?!!

Ivo took us to a traditional Estonian restaurant and again we sampled typical foods. He also talked about mushrooms and how to prepare them as he had been collecting some while we were walking in the bogs and forests of Valhemaa NP.
We had great holiday....Thankyou for organising our tour so well. Best wishes from a sunny but windy Brisbane........"
Gina, July 2011

"10 out of 10. We are very fussy on how we give ratings and no matter how hard I try to knock of a few points I cannot find any reason, so congratulations for suggesting, arranging and executing a splendid trip."
Peter Smith, August 2011

"We had a totally wonderful time on our trip. Our guides and drivers couldn't have been nicer. The walking tour guide in Riga, Jennifer, was a font of knowledge about absolutely everything. Giina was our guide in Estonia for both tours....Her stories of her family's experiences post WW II under Soviet occupation made the recent history of the region so much more meaningful to us.

I've been raving about the trip to all my friends. The Baltic countries are so lovely, the old towns are so well preserved, the food everywhere was excellent and surprisingly sophisticated, and the people were warm, friendly, and engaging....You did a fantastic job of planning a perfect trip for us.... and I'll definitely recommend you to everyone I know. Thanks so much for all your help."
Elizabeth Lewis, September 2010

" We would both like to thank you for all the excellent arrangements you put in place for us for our Baltic holiday. We had an absolutely wonderful time and all the guides and drivers were excellent. Every guide we had were extremely knowledgeable and very interesting as well as being helpful. We loved Vilnius and the Lithuanian hospitality and Linas was extremely interesting on our drive between Vilnius and Riga. Please pass on our thanks to him.

All the hotels were located in excellent positions which enabled us to wander around and explore more at our own leisure, which we loved. You could not have selected better locations for them all. St. Petersburg was very grand and elegant. We also enjoyed Helsinki and had time to reflect on our whole trip. The Audio tour helped is get our bearings and then we took a lovely boat tour around the islands.

We would just like to thank you so much for all of your very professional arrangements made on our behalf. It has been a holiday full of wonderful memories and we would like to go back to Lithuania to see more of that countryWe will certainly be back to you again for another holiday.
Many thanks Phil."
Mrs Foskett

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