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2020 Baltic Sea Capitals Tour, Escorted

Category: Group Tours




 Baltic Sea Capitals, Escorted, 8 Days 

 Tallinn - Helsinki - St. Petersburg  

Departures from Riga also available 






Itinerary Overview:

  Tallinn Departures 


Day 1


Arrive Tallinn

Day 2


In Tallinn 

Day 3


Tallinn - Helsinki 

Day 4


In Helsinki

Day 5


Helsinki - St. Petersburg 

Day 6


In St. Petersburg 

Day 7


In St. Petersburg 

Day 8


Depart St. Petersburg 




Day-By-Day Program:

The tour starts in Tallinn.

If you are interested to start the tour from Riga, please make your arrival day in Riga 2 days prior to Tallinn departures.  



Arrive in Riga and transfer to the Radisson Blu Latvija Hotel **** or similar, check-in, welcome meeting

DAY 0     WED    RIGA
Founded over 800 years ago, Riga is the largest and the most cosmopolitan of the three Baltic capitals. It is the unrivaled center of the country’s cultural and economic life.

Riga is also an architectural treasure: medieval church spires dominate the Old Town, while early 20th c. Art Nouveau masterpieces line city’s newer streets. Riga has one of the largest collections of Art Nouveau buildings in the whole of Europe.
A walking tour of the Old Town - a wealth of historic buildings - includes Riga Castle, the Dome Cathedral, St. Peter’s Church, the Swedish Gate, the Three Brothers, the Large and Small Guilds and the Freedom Monument. Afternoon is reserved for an optional visit to Jurmala, the vibrant Latvian sea resort famous for its wooden architecture and sandy beaches


The tour continues along the coastal highway to the Estonian summer resort  of Parnu. We do a short tour of the resort before we continue through the North Estonian land of forests and arrive in Tallinn early afternoon, check-in at the Radisson Blu Olympia ****

DAY 2     SAT      TALLINN
Tallinn has an irresistible blend of Eastern European and Nordic traits. And it still remains loyal to the fairy tale charms of its Old Town. In summer the medieval Old Town is busy with its many shops, galleries, souvenir markets, outdoor cafés and restaurants.

The sightseeing tour takes you around 2.5 km long medieval city walls and into the Old Town where you see Toompea Castle, the Dome Church, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and medieval Old Town Hall. In the afternoon you might join an optional tour to Kadriorg Park and visit the Kadriorg Palace with its beautiful art collection

In the morning we take the hydrofoil from Tallinn to Helsinki (approx 2 hrs journey, 85 km by sea). Enjoy a refreshing tour along the Finnish Archipelago before you arrive in Helsinki. Transfer to Glo Art Hotel **** or similar, for a 2 nights' stay. The balance of the day is free to explore this scenic harbor city for the latest in Finnish design, and home to hard-partying night owls

Helsinki, often called 'the Daughter of the Baltic', is truly located at the crossroads of Western and Eastern culture. This is reflected everywhere in this green and lively Finnish capital.

A sightseeing tour takes you around the harbors, up the central Mannerheim Street, by the Parliament Building, the Finlandia Hall, the Sibelius Monument and for a visit of the famous Church-in-the-Rock.

Helsinki occupies a peninsula, surrounded by an archipelago of islands. This makes the city especially attractive. Make sure that you stop at city’s central Market square. It sits right by the passenger harbour in the old part of town. It is an amazingly lively forum for selling fish fresh off the boats, as well as other fresh garden produce and seasonal berries


Today continue eastward to St. Petersburg. Shortly after crossing the border into Russia we arrive in Vyborg, where we take a short sightseeing tour and visit the Vyborg Castle. Late afternoon we arrive in St. Petersburg, check-in at Sokos Vasilievsky Hotel **** or similar

St. Petersburg is a world-class destination featuring imperial palaces and museums that enjoy worldwide fame. The Neva River, the many canals and bridges have deservedly given the city the title The Venice of the North.

Your City tour will introduce you to the views of the most noteworthy landmarks of the city: Peter & Paul Fortress, city’s oldest structure; the majestic Winter Palace, the impressive St. Isaac’s Cathedral, the Church on the Spilled Blood, the Bronze Horseman Statue, Rostrum Columns, the fashionable Nevsky Prospect & much more!

Today you will be offered an optional tour of the world famous Hermitage Museum 


Today you will be offered an optional tour outside of St. Petersburg to Peterhof, the Summer palace of Peter the Great on the Gulf of Finland, also known as the Capital of Fountains for its impressive Grand Cascade and an alley of fountains leading into the Gulf of Finland

Transfer to airport on your own





Tallinn Departures:

Dates and Prices, 2020


Tour Dates Tour Dates Tour Dates
15 May-22 May  *  10 July-17 July 21 Aug-28 Aug
22 May-29 May  *  17 July-24 July 28 Aug-04 Sept
05 June-12 June *   24 July-31 July 04 Sept-11 Sept
19 June-26 June *  31 July-07 Aug 

11 Sept-18 Sept

03 July-10 July   *    

07 Aug-14 Aug

18 Sept-25 Sept 


14 Aug-21 Aug

25 Sept-02 Oct

Tour Price: $ 1,675 per person, twin share 
Single Room supplement: $ 725    


The above prices are in Canadian dollars, per person, twin share 

Departures marked with *fall on White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg and are additional $ 165 per person    

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