1. When is the best time to visit Baltic countries?
The best time to visit Baltic countries is from beginning of May till late October.

2. For how long you recommend someone to visit Baltic States?
3- 4 days for each country would be nice, but many people don't have all this time. Anyway 6 days is enough time to see the most glorious sites of all three Baltic States or spend one weekend for city brakes in each country separate.  

3. Is the Baltic States safe and secure for the travelers?
Generally all Baltic States are safe and secure but as it can be in larger cities visitors should watch out for pickpockets working in public places, such as on crowded public transport or in markets and other touristy spots. Keep money and documents in inner pockets, try not to flash big means, don't leave your baggage unsupervised, have an eye on your handbag (it could be cut up insensibly and you will loose your purse). Stand as far as possible from Gypsies, including the children. Don't give them money and the like. You won't even notice when all your valuables are disappeared.
Take more attention and verify your change carefully before leaving the cashier or seller. And be sure about drink prices in pubs and bars before place the order.

For travelling to St.Petersburg travellers should always have identification. It is advisable to carry photocopies of your passport and visa, showing that they have been registered. Frequent random checks by police are taking place, more usually on men. Besides passport and visa are wanted to change money, and to buy train tickets, book hotel rooms and in numerous other situations.
In St. Petersburg, as in any large city, Walking out late alone in deserted dark areas (courtyards and parks) or after drinking would make you a good target for offenders.
Be warned about persons representing themselves as police and wanting to check your pockets, you may find lack of money after a time. Police is allowed to inspect you only at the police station. In case of stopping you in the street dial (on your mobile phone) the special police number arranged for foreigners and explains the situation. You should obtain the officer's name, badge (ID) number, and patrol car number, and note where it happened.

4. What kind of currency is accepted in Baltic countries?
The Euro is the national currency in Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. 
The Polish Zloty (PLN) is the currency in Poland and Swedisk Krona (SEK) is the currency in Sweden. The national currency in Russia is Russian Ruble (RUB).  

5. Is it easy to find an accommodation in Baltic States?
There are plenty of accommodation for all kind of travelers - from backpacker hostels to high class hotels in almost all cities and tourist destinations. Baltic Travel Services suggest to book hotels in advance in high season – from June till September.