Baltic States

Welcome to the Baltic States, a region of rich history, diverse cultures, and breathtaking landscapes nestled along the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. These three countries - Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania - offer adventures that fascinate travellers from all over the world. Each Baltic State possesses a unique cultural identity shaped by centuries of history. Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania boast their own languages - Estonian, Latvian, and Lithuanian - along with distinct customs, traditions, and folklore. The currency is the Euro (EUR) across all three countries. The Baltic States boast several UNESCO World Heritage Sites that reflect their rich cultural and natural heritage. These include the Historic Centre of Tallinn in Estonia, Riga's Historic Centre and Kuldiga in Latvia, and the Historic Centre of Vilnius in Lithuania, all renowned for their well-preserved medieval architecture and historical significance. Also Baltic States offers a variety of accommodations and even entire marvelous 30 five star hotels.  


Getting to the Baltic States - Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania - is diverse and easy, with several transportation options available depending on your starting point and preferences.

You can get to the Baltic States:

1.By Air, the most common way to reach the Baltic States from international destinations is by air. Each Baltic State has its own major international airport:

Estonia: Tallinn Airport (TLL)

Latvia: Riga International Airport (RIX)

Lithuania: Vilnius Airport (VNO) and Kaunas Airport (KUN)

2.By Train: Train travel to the Baltic States is possible from neighboring countries. Also as the Rail Baltica project develops, it will be possible to travel to the Baltic States from all over Europe.

3.By Bus: Intercity buses operate between the Baltic States and neighboring countries. Several international bus companies offer routes connecting cities like Tallinn, Riga, and Vilnius.

4.By Ferry: If you're traveling from Scandinavia, you can reach the Baltic States by ferry. There are ferry connections between Tallinn and Helsinki, Riga and Stockholm, and Klaipėda and Kiel. Ferries offer comfortable amenities and are a popular way to travel between the Baltic States and neighboring countries.

5.By Car: If you're traveling from nearby European countries, you can also reach the Baltic States by car. International highways connect the Baltic States with neighboring countries, providing convenient road access.

Here you can found information how to travel to and around Baltic states 


The Baltic States - Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania - offer a rich culinary scene with a mix of traditional Baltic, Scandinavian and other international cuisines.

In 2023 year Latvia to be awarded a first Michelin Star to Max Cekot Kitchen and also get a guide of 26 the most excellent restaurants in Michelin Guide. Lithuania is likely to welcome its first Michelin-starred restaurants in 2024. Estonia already received two Michelin green stars.

In each of the countries, a popular and recognized place is the Old town, where you can explore the charming streets and you'll find a variety of restaurants offering Baltic cuisine as well as international options.

Recommended places:

1.Max Cekot Kitchen, Latvia

2.Pavāru māja, Latvia

3.Džiaugsmas, Vilnius

4.Senoji Trobelė, Vilnius

5.NOA Restoran, Tallinn

6.Rataskaevu 16, Tallinn

Here you can found Baltic Sea culinary routes 


Accommodation options in the Baltic States range from luxury hotels to budget-friendly hostels, kempings, guesthouses, and rental apartments.

Baltic states offer:

1.Luxury Hotels

2.Boutique Hotels

3.Guesthouses and B&Bs

4.Rural and countryside Retreats


6.Kempings, glempings

7.Rental Apartments 

Here you will found about 1000 accommodations in Baltic states 


The Baltic States - Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania - are rich in history, culture, and natural beauty, offering a diverse range of destinations to explore.

Here are some must-visit destinations in each Baltic State:

1.Its of course capital cities Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius and UNESCO listed Old towns.

2.Jurmala,Klaipeda, Palanda, Parnu known as a “Summer Capitals” of Baltic states, famous for its sandy beaches, SPA resorts and nerby attractions.

3.Sigulda, Kuldiga, Tartu, Trakai, Kaunas famous for its architecture, sights and entertainment. 

Here you can found the best city tours, attractions and top places to see in Baltic states 

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