Baltics with Scandinavian Capitals

  • Day 1: Arrival in Vilnius (Click to expand)
  • Day 2: Vilnius—Trakai– Vilnius
  • Day 3: Vilnius—Siauliai— Rundale—Riga
  • Day 4: Riga—Parnu—Tallinn
  • Day 5: Tallinn - Helsinki
  • Day 6: Helsinki—Silja Line
  • Day 7: Stockholm - Karlstad
  • Day 8: Karlstad—Oslo—DFDS
  • Day 9: Copenhagen—North Zealand—Copenhagen
  • Day 10: Copenhagen - Home

Arrival in Vilnius, charming capital of Lithuania. Registered as an UNESCO Heritage Site, The Old Town of Vilnius is one of the biggest and oldest in Eastern Europe. Transfer from airport to hotel after a traditional local dinner.


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During the city tour, enjoy the magical atmosphere and the splendid architectural blend of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism in Vilnius. After lunch, continue to Trakai for afternoon visit to Trakai Castle. Return to Vilnius for dinner and overnight.


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After breakfast, continue to Siauliai to visit Hill of Crosses. Standing upon a small hill are many hundreds of thousands of crosses that represent Christian devotion and a memorial to Lithuanian national identity.

After lunch, continue to Rundale for visit to Rundale Palace; a magnificent baroque palace with a beautiful garden. After the visit, continue to Riga, capital of Latvia, for dinner and overnight.



Enjoy a guided tour of Riga, the biggest city in the Baltics with its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture. Riga’s charming Old Town is also an UNESCO Heritage Site. After lunch continue to Tallinn via the beach town of Parnu. Dinner and overnight in Tallinn.

Tallinn is the cozy capital of Estonia. Visit the Kadriorg Palace and the Song Festival Grounds on the city tour before ending in the Old Town for lunch. The intimate Old Town is the natural center of the city and its strong medieval spirit is upheld by its architechture fortification. In the afternoon board Tallink ship to Helsinki for dinner and overnight.


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Explore Helsinki during city tour with visit to Sibelius Park, shop at the Market Square after visit to Uspenski Cathedral and enter the ”Rock Church”.

After lunch, there is free time before boarding Tallink Silja Line overnight ship to Stockholm where a sumptuous dinner buffet is served.

Arrive in Stockholm by sailing through the magnificent archipelago. Upon arrival in Stockholm, a tour takes guests to the City Hall, where the Nobel Prize is presented each year. Next, the Vasa Ship Museum, where guests can see the world’s only preserved 17th-century ship.

After a delicious lunch drive to the charming town of Karlstad for dinner and overnight.


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After breakfast, drive to Oslo in time for lunch. In the afternoon, a local guide will introduce the significant sights of Oslo. The city tour includes the sculptures at the Vigeland Park and perhaps an entrance to the Viking Ship Museum, which will show the guests the world’s most well-preserved Viking ships.

After the city tour, board the overnight ship DFDS Seaways to Copenhagen and enjoy the Oslo Fjord and delicious buffet dinner while departing the Norwegian capital.


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Upon arrival in Copenhagen, continue to North Sealand for an excursion of historical Danish Castles. First visit the beautiful Frederiksborg Castle and the museum. After lunch guests continue to Helsingor for a view of Kronborg Castle – the home of Hamlet.

Hereafter, the tour goes back for a city tour of Wonderful Copenhagen including the Little Mermaid, Gefion Fountain Nyhavn, Amalienborg Palace Square and City Hall Square. Dinner and overnight in Copenhagen.


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After breakfast, there is time for some last minute exploration of Copenhagen before transfer to the airport.


Photo Credit: Lennard Nielsen