Three neighbouring countries – Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia – share a common history, seacoast and Song Festivals, but at the same time they are all unique. Just look at Lithuania‘s castle on an island, Latvia‘s guild houses, or Estonia‘s well-preserved medieval Old Town. All three Baltic capitals have UNESCO-listed old towns which will take you centuries back in time. Stepping outside the Old Town you will find yourself in a modern European city. Sand dunes on the Curonian Spit, National Parks and Estonian islands are just few examples of unique Baltic nature.
Tallinn – a capital with incredibly well-preserved medieval Old Town.
Tallinn Estonia’s capital is a delightful place. It is a unique travel and event destination thanks to its rich cultural heritage and medieval architecture. You can see, feel and touch history everywhere in this overwhelmingly romantic city. Whether it’s dining out under candlelight in the old town merchant house, or walking in its tree-lined parks that were once promenaded by the aristocracy. If its retail therapy that’s required, then Tallinn will provide you with a wealth of brand named shopping outlets to suit all tastes. This is without doubt one of the new undiscovered gems of Europe.
Riga – Hansa city with plenty of Art Nouveau architecture.
Riga, the capital of Latvia, is a beautiful ancient Hanseatic City with numerous churches, marvellous Art Nouveau architecture buildings and conference venues. Riga's history goes 800 years back. The historically developed transportation infrastructure has made Riga industrial and business centre in the Baltic region. The city is well known for its architectural and cultural values. Many investments have been made for developing conference infrastructure in Latvia. Now Latvia offers a wide range of well-equipped event venues, among them not only conference centres and hotels, but also many banquet halls, restaurants, medieval castles and palaces that can be used as an event venue. Riga is not only the backbone of Latvia's economy, but also the largest centre of education and science. This is proved by a large number of cultural events, festivals, concerts, international exhibitions, and scientific congresses, conferences and seminars that are held every year in Riga and Latvia. An important part of any corporate event is an entertainment and incentive activities that Riga and Latvia is full of and will be happy to share with.
Vilnius – modern capital city with cobblestone streets in the Old Town.
Nature has been generous to the Lithuania. Although there are no mountains or great forests, the country’s beauty lies in the diversity of its landscape. This is a place of rolling hills and gentle plains, of quietly flowing rivers and the lakes, which reflect the blueness of the sky. The rich history of Vilnius is witnessed by the diversity of its architectural features - churches and towers, fortification, secluded medieval courtyards and narrow streets. It is no wonder that the old city is on the World Heritage list. Here all the greatest architectural styles of Europe - Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical - meet and illuminate each other.