Latvia is situated between Estonia, its neighbor to the north, and Lithuania, its neighbor to the south. To get a better idea of location, look at maps of the Eastern European countries. Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia are one of the best places to travel to if you are looking to escape from the crowdedness of other European countries. From the Trakai in Lithuania, Cesis in Latvia and Tallinn Old Town in Estonia, the Baltic countries prove that fairy tales really do come true with a perfect mix between untouched nature, fascinating culture, and the crumbling castles. The distances between Baltic countries are about 300 km, so within 5 days your clients can visit all of Baltic countries without rush. From Riga or Tallinn you can extend your trip either to Finland or Sweden or to Russia. Many operators operators offer fast and enjoyable ferry connection between these countries.
Visiting all three Baltic countries is easy, with regular flights between the capital cities of Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius. Short distances between the cities also means that travel by bus, ferry or car is convenient, affordable, and comfortable and that seeing all three cities in one visit is possible. Here you can find all the direct destinations from Tallinn, Riga and Helsinki Airport with their schedules and airline information:
Arriving in Baltic airports has an added bonus: compared with those of most other capitals, the airports in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius are unusually close to the city centres. You can step off your plane in Tallinn and be in your hotel in 15 minutes. Thanks to the region’s geography, taking your group on a pan-Baltic tour is simple. Short distances between the cities means that travelling between them is convenient, affordable and comfortable. For instance, you can get from Tallinn to Riga, or from Riga to Vilmius, by bus or car in a little over 4 hours. The ferry connection from Helsinki to Tallinn takes just 2 hours. If you need professional help with putting together a trip for corporate or leisure group in the Baltic region or extend it to Scandinavia, please don’t hesitate to contact us.