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Trakai castle
Between the three Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania there is a surprising variety of culture and architectural style, as well as many historic and religious sites to keep any tour itinerary brimming with experience. For many, a guided tour is the best way to experience as much of the region as possible in...
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Parnu beach
Pärnu Beach Pärnu sea shore isn’t only a significant vacation destination in Pärnu, yet it is likewise considered as the best sea shore in whole Estonia. The sea shore itself resembles an energetic little world in Pärnu, this is the ideal spot to visit in summer and one the best activity in Pärnu. Sooma National...
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Nida city
Nida is Lithuania’s loved resort town on the Curonian Spit. Nida is located close the great white dunes that help to make it superb. The major attraction in Nida is the spectacular white sand dunes that build one of the most memorable shows, next to the Hill of Crosses, that Lithuania has to offer. An...
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Druskininkai sky
Druskininkai – the most modern Lithuanian resort, services, treatment procedures and beautiful nature can be enjoyed all year round. There are no seasons here. Here you can come with the whole family, everyone will find something to do, from the smallest to the oldest. Druskininkai – is the perfect place to relax, have a good...
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Klaipeda cruise ship port
Klaipeda (162.4 thousand. Pop.) – One of the oldest cities in Lithuania and its only port. Today Klaipeda is distinguished from other cities distinctive architecture terms, the most important – Fachwerk buildings. Klaipėda has nice marine tradition since 1934 year, every last weekend of July there is the Sea Festival, which appears in many artistic...
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Kaunas city
Kaunas (316 thousand. pop.) – The second largest city in Lithuania situated at the confluence of the Nemunas and the Neris. The city boasts a compact, well-preserved and nurtured Old Town, where many valuable cultural and architectural monuments, including Kaunas Castle, Gothic House of Thunder, Vytautas the Great and St. Gertrude Church, “the White Swan-called...
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Vilnius Cathedral Square1
Vilnius city (535.6 thousand. Pop.) – Lithuanian capital, the largest city in the country. The capital of Lithuania is the largestand one of the oldest cities in Lithuania country. So no surprise that in 1994. The Old Town included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Current Vilnius – a fast-growing Baltic capital, contending to be...
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Tallinn port
Tallinn old city Tallinn’s Old Town interest from the first moment. Surrounded by huge city walls and numerous towers, the Tallinn Old Town with its many limited streets and staircases, gates and towers looks like a labyrinth. Many of the houses, some of which date back several centuries and now adapted apartments, restaurants or small shops, still have...
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Riga city3
Rundale Palace and Museum The Rundale Palace is set amidst the productive Zemgale Plains in the south of Latvia. Most of the interior decorations were built between 1765 and 1768 when a sculptor from Berlin Johann Michael Graff, and Italian painters from St. Petersburg Francesco Martini and Carlo Zucchi worked at the palace. The representation rooms in the...
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