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REASONS TO DISCOVER LITHUANIA
Vilnius old town is one of the largestand most exquisite old towns in Central and Eastern Europe and the most northernmost capital city which took over the architectural styles of old Southern and Western Europe.
Sands right in the middle of Europe? Unbelievable, but true! Wandering dunes. Standing on the peak of dunes you’ll enjoy a breathtaking view: hills of white sand and waves of the Baltic, the verdure of pine-trees and calm Curonian Lagoon. You get the feeling of listening to the symphony of wind, sand and water performed by nature.
In 2003, UNESCO announced the Lithuanian tradition and symbolism the masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity.
REASONS TO DISCOVER ESTONIA
Estonia’s previous place in the Soviet Union has left the country with a distinct historical post. Today, old Soviet buildings and vehicles are still ubiquitous. Estonia is a must visit for history and war-buffs alike
Estonia’s white sandy beaches are a popular spot for tourists and locals in the summer. Estonia’s beach scene is also far more than tanning by the water; from sailing to windsurfing, Estonia offers plenty of water activities for those seeking an active holiday.
Its nordic and medieval history, contrasted with the folklore traditions of its ethnic minorities, provides Estonia with a colorful and rich cultural diversity
REASONS TO DISCOVER LATVIA
For fans of this theatrical style of architecture and design, there’s simply no better destination than Rīga. The city’s architects got completely carried away with this trend when it swept Europe around the beginning of the 20th century and, despite the wartime devastation, over 750 art nouveau buildings remain.
First-timers to the Baltic are often surprised by just how beautiful the beaches are. Granted, it doesn’t quite have the climate to match, but in the height of summer, the endless golden sands are a perfect place to relax.
It’s lost its walls and it isn’t as cutesy as others across Europe, but the old town in Latvia’s capital, Rīga, still has an impressive array of historic buildings, oversized churches and cobbled lanes. Best of all are the many sunny squares filled with beer gardens and street cafes.