Baltic excursions will show you the most fascinating places with the best guides in the Baltic States. Visit Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius, Helsinki and other cities in the Baltic Sea region like Stockholm and St.Petersburg while you travel around the Baltics.
The most requested Baltic excursions are to the historic centre of Riga boasting the largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe, and the narrow streets and a medieval atmosphere of Riga Old Town. Out of Riga excursions - include historical Sigulda dominated by castle ruins and unspoiled nature as well as daily Baltic excursions to Rundale Palace – the most prominent Baroque and Rococo architectural monument in Latvia.
Vilnius excursions offer Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture and unique churches with fascinating histories. Trakai is one of the most popular Baltic excursions with lovely landscapes, wildlife, forests and the island castle on Lake Galvė.
In Estonia discover charming Tallinn excursions, where the cobbled streets wind through the upper and lower part of the city and the labyrinths between the old castle walls offer plenty of chances to escape the crowds. The Presidential Palace, City Hall, the Opera House and Sibelius Monument are there top discover during the Helsinki excursion. Discover the most spectacular sights of Warsaw and Krakow, amazing Stockholm built on 14 islands and the unforgettable "Venice of the North" - St.Petersburg - with its network of canals and inspirational baroque and neoclassical architecture.
Baltic Travel Services can design Baltic excursions packages to fit your personal interests and needs. Book Baltic excursions and enjoy the colorful history and major attractions of these beautiful cities and sights.
The Guided Riga Old Town tour is the best choice for those who would like to visit the most important historical places of Riga..
Feel the splendid atmosphere of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and modern styles and hear a complete overview of historical and nowadays life..
The exteriors of Art Nouveau buildings are imaginatively decorative and will leave guests spellbound. Riga is called “the capital” of Art Nouveau thanks to its heritage of 800 Art Nouveau buildings.
The guided excursion to Art Nouveau district and Riga Old Town is the best choice for those who would like to visit the most important historical places of Riga and see the largest collection of Art Nouveau buildings in Europe..
Tallinn has one of the most delightful and well preserved medieval old town which has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List..
Experience life „behind the Iron Curtain!”. Celebrations of political heroes, shortages of everyday goods in the shops and the voucher system. Discover the feelings, sights, tastes and sounds of Soviet Riga..
Surrounded by lakes and national historical park, the little town of Trakai is like a small pearl of history, legends and traditional wooden architecture..
Riga might have the highest concentration of wooden architecture than any European capital. The city where old and modern materials can coexist side by side, with varying streetscapes, attractive interplay of light and shade, and urban chaos..
The museum is the oldest and the largest museum of that kind in Europe. It preserves the objects of folk building monuments of Latvian historical and ethnographical regions characteristic to the period from the 17th century until 40-ies of the 20th century..
A world-famous seaside resort situated only 20 km from Riga. This place is a must - for those who are planning to visit Latvia in spring or summer..
The Kadriorg and Pirita districts are long-time favorites among locals and foreigners. Kadriorg is famed for its impressive baroque palace and park complex built by Peter I, as well as the Estonian President’s residence. Pirita attracts thousands from the city and beyond with its well-developed beach..
Just a short pleasant drive from the Old City you will be introduced to the past of Estonia. The museum gathers a fine collection of 17th - 19th century rural architecture from all over the Estonia..
Learn about important Jewish places located in the Riga Old Town and the central part of the city and hear the guide’ s stories about the history of Jewish life in Riga!
The historically rich town of Sigulda dominated by castle ruins and unspoiled nature is a touristic place where the beauty of nature becomes an integral part of the city..
Rundale Palace is one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo art in Latvia - known as Summer Residence of the Duke of Courland Ernst Johann Biron..
There are two waterfalls that are well known and are fairly large and interesting near Tallinn. One of them is Keila-Joa Waterfall which is 6 meters high and 60–70 meters wide. It is a part of a large park that has access to the sea and also has an abandoned manor..
A chill from the cold war, Chemical or Nuclear attack! 9 m underground nuclear bunker would protect the Soviet high army command and high ranking communist party members. You can devour Soviet food on the sounds of retro vinyl. This experience will whisk you back to the cold war years of the 70s..
Cesis and Sigulda are not only one of the oldest but also one of the most Latvian towns. Rich in picturesque landscapes and testimonies of the past, it embodies an intriguing sense of antiquity. Ancient treasures of Gauja River valley are MUST SEE for each traveler visiting Baltics..
The majestic castle ruins of Livonian order, revived legends, fights of medieval knights, beautiful parks for romantic walking – Cesis has it all. Test your skills for battle exercises and feel the heaviness of real armor – enjoy the true Medieval spirit in Cesis and nearest surrounding – Araisi..
Enjoy lovely landscape and a thrilling stroll through the exciting nature trails across marshlands, meadows and forests along the shores of the Baltic Sea. Feel the smell and sounds of the nature in Estonia..