The Baltic stakes are three small countries,Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, located east of the Baltic Sea in Europe that enjoy beautiful coastlines. Mysterious and obliterated destinations, wrongly, that offer a real change of scenery. A cruise to the Baltics is the perfect opportunity to discover extraordinary cultural and natural riches: Gothic art in Lithuania, medieval art in Estonia and the variety of landscapes in Latvia. For a holiday, it is quite possible to make a circuit between these 3 countries.
Located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea, in northeastern Poland. The country’s terrain is relatively flat with untouched nature, a land punctuated by lakes and large sandy beaches. As for culture and the arts, Lithuanian cities will surprise you with their architectural diversity, where Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance monuments rub shoulders.
Vilnius exudes a very cosmopolitan atmosphere, which is explained by the different influences from Central Europe and elsewhere.
Isthmus of Courland
On the four small towns Of Juodkrante, Pervalka, Preila and Nida, located only a few kilometres from the coast, there is a special atmosphere. On a strip of secluded sand, pine forests populated by deer, elk and wild boars rub shoulders
Hill of the Crosses
A forest made up of thousands of crosses of all kinds covers this unique hill.
Water town famous for its mineral springs since the 19th century.
This small town is very quiet in winter but in summer it becomes the first seaside resort in the country.
With more than 12,000 rivers and 3,000 lakes, Latvia offers many opportunities for activities: hiking, boats… In terms of tourism, small medieval towns, castles, museums and public parks are worth visiting. This small country, independent since only 1991, will amaze you by its vivacity, the richness of its past and its openness to Europe as well as to Russia. Latvia is a perfect junction between two worlds,between the Catholic and Protestant West and the Orthodox East.
A bustling city like many big cities. Although it is less interesting architecturally than these two neighbors Vilnius and Tallinn.
For a relaxing and festive break, enjoy the beaches, forests, museums, galleries, restaurants, bars and tavernas.
Mainly known for being a rest, tourism and winter sports center. Immediately out of the city begins the Gauja National Park which stretches for 100km along the river.
The historic town of Kuldiga is one of the most picturesque places in the Kurzeme region.
Estonia offers a diversity of landscapes and beautifully preserved nature,inviting you to discover beautiful mysterious forests and beautiful lakes with pure waters. The country’s coastline is bordered by islands overlooking the Baltic Sea. One of its main ports is Tallinn, the capital with its unique charm. The heart of the country is full of rivers, woods, and small towns with delicate and seductive architecture. Romantic walks on sandy beaches or in large parks and national reserves, it’s up to you to decide!
This city is divided between the medieval charm maintained in the old town of Tallinn and the modernity to which it owes its nickname “the suburbs of Helsinki”.
A peaceful island located about 22 km from the mainland, which offers several beautiful coastal areas. Inaccessible to visitors under the Soviet regime, it has since stepped up efforts to attract tourists – so much so that green stickers are now blooming all over the island to show the will of the inhabitants to protect it from the Exploitation.
Lahemaa National Park
Located in the north of the country, Estonia’s largest national park mixes interesting cliffs, dense forests, 18th century mansions and countless lakes, rivers and waterfalls.
This small island is populated by only a few dozen inhabitants. The main focus is the zoo, which only opens in the summer.