Day 1 (Tuesday)
6 pm: Departure to Tallinn from Leningradsky station of Moscow
Day 2 (Wednesday)
Arrival in Tallinn. Meeting at the railway station. Walking tour of Old Town included in UNESCO’s List of Protected Cities: narrow cobblestone streets, imposing city walls, watchtowers (Fat Margaret and Tall Hermann); Town Hall Square, the guilds – all the monuments here are permeated with the spirit of the Middle Ages, making Old Tallinn a truly unique city for the lovers of antiquity. Leisure time.
You can spend the evening at the famous medieval restaurant «Old Hansa», try the Estonian marzipan at cafe “Gourmand”, enjoy the nightlife of Old Tallinn or buy some souvenirs. Overnight at the hotel in Tallinn.
Day 3 (Thursday)
Breakfast. Moving to Latvia. Passage through the resort town of Pärnu. Excursion to Sigulda. You will see the old and the new castle in Sigulda, look at the largest sand cave in Latvia (Gutmana cave) where you will hear the legend of the Rose of Turaida. A visit to the Turaida Castle of the XIII century with a magnificent panorama of the Gauja River from the lookout tower of the castle. Arrival in Riga in the evening. Leisure time. Overnight at the hotel in Riga.
Day 4 (Friday)
Breakfast. Excursion to Jurmala. Districts of Lielupe and Dubulti with original wooden buildings. Dzintari Concert Hall which frequently hosts popular festivals and competitions. You will have the opportunity to go to the sea and walk along the central pedestrian street – Jomas street, buy souvenirs made of amber and sit in cozy cafes. Returning to Riga.
Excursion: “Riga, the city of inspiration”: the center of the city is a magnificent architectural ensemble in the style of Art Nouveau. A walking tour to the Old Town Hall Square, Convent Court and the House of Blackheads, medieval houses, city walls and towers, the majestic Duomo, the Church of St. Peter and St. Jacob and the Swedish Gates, all of which embody the unique charm of the Old Town …
Day 5 (Saturday)
Breakfast. Moving to Lithuania. Excursion to Vilnius. The main feature of the city is a peculiar mix of cultures. Churches built in different architectural styles (St. Anne, St. Casimir, the Cathedral and the Churches of St. Nicholas and St. Spirit are subjects of Lithuanian pride). Quaint streets and courtyards, the Jewish Quarter, the University of Vilnius, remains of medieval castles.
Day 6 (Sunday)
Breakfast. Check-out. Excursion to Trakai – the ancient capital of Lithuania. The city is located among the lakes; once being the main residence of Grand Duke Vytautas, Gothic towers and ramparts of the castle walls surrounding the city are majestically rising above the lake of Galve. Now Trakai is the only island castle in Central Europe with a historical museum and exhibitions of applied arts. A visit to the castle.
Day 7 (Monday)
Arrival at the Belorussky railway station of Moscow.
The price of the program is AZN 550 per person without airfare and visa fees.