Discover Baltics by our direct coach services from Germany,
Austria, Italy, Czech Republic and Poland to Lithuania and Latvia
with further travel possibilities to Estonia and even Russia.
Vilnius, Riga or Tallinn
Any of the three capitals of the Baltic states offer you a great
deal of opportunities for tourism, shopping and entertainment!
Either the biggest baroque style old town in Vilnius, or a gothic
style old towns in Tallinn or Riga will take you back centuries in
Come to the "skansen-style" museum of Rumsiskes near Kaunas
during the Great Midsummer Eve and Shrove Tuesday celebrations and
you will see how the Baltic people celebrate! Each year the night
of June 23 is very special in Baltics, because most people go out
into the countryside to drink locally brewed beer, build campfires,
make wreath of oak leaves and flowers, and sing and dance from dusk
till dawn. Or, put on your most horrifying mask, enjoy a great
variety of pancakes with hot drinks and see an evil symbol of
winter, called More, burn in a big fire during the Lithuanian
"mardi gras" Shrove Tuesday.
Visit Nida with its great sand dunes on the Lithuanian seaside,
or Saaremaa island in Estonia, where the waves of the Baltic sea
break at the rocky scarps, for a quiet and relaxing stay surrounded
by dense forests. Almost half of the territory of the Baltics is
covered with forests. A long Baltic Sea shoreline of white sand is
sparsely populated. Many animal species, such as wild boar and
storks which are rare elsewhere in Europe still can be seen in
Baltic woods. White stork is a rather typical site in rural
Baltics, and the possibility to meet a stork, while travelling in a
countryside, is most probable.
Although there are no large mountains in the Baltics, our people
are real downhill skiing fans. As a proof, there are many outdoor
facilities open through the winter in all three countries, like
Sigulda in Latvia, or Otepaa in Estonia, as well as the Baltics'
biggest indoor snow arena near Druskininkai in Lithuania.