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Uncover Northern Poland and the Baltics

From £1970 for 11 days
Trip Overview
Uncover the cultural riches and historical intrigues of four fascinating countries on an 11-day tour with stops in northern Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. Contrast the challenging stories of Westerplatte with the natural splendour of the pristine Masurian Lake District. Discover medieval architecture of castles and forts as well as the bunker known as Wolf`s Lair, the military headquarters used by Hitler. Wander the beautiful Old Town of Vilnius and discover Riga’s Art Noveau architecture. Unwind in a remote farmhouse set among evergreen forest on Saaremaa Island and finish in Estonia’s capital Tallinn. This tour blends military and political history, pristine woodlands and lakes and unique Baltic cultures – all of it lying well off the typical tourist trail.
Essential Info
Starts: Gdansk
Ends: Tallinn
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Discovery
Trip Code: IAMKG
Activity Level:     
Countries visited: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland
What's Included


10 Breakfasts included
1 Dinners included


Private vehicle,Boat,Ferry,Public bus,Taxi


Comfortable hotel (9 nights),Farm stay (1 night)

Trip Highlights

•   Explore Gdańsk's old port and shipbuilding yards during a boat cruise on the Baltic

•   Tour the remnants of Wolf’s Lair, an important military headquarters during the battle for the Eastern Front

•   Stalk along the ramparts of Malbork Castle; at one time in history the world's largest brick castle

•   Unearth historical Vilnius on a guided tour of its cathedrals, churches and city square

•   Sample local delicacies in Riga, a city that rewards those who know its secrets

•   Enjoy a farmstay and home-cooked meal on Estonia's largest island, Saaremaa

•   With its perfectly preserved medieval wall and watchtowers, Tallinn's Old Town is a rewarding place to explore on foot

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Departing: 21st Apr 2021
Returning: 1st May 2021
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Returning: 23rd Jun 2021
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Departing: 11th Jul 2021
Returning: 21st Jul 2021
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Departing: 21st Jul 2021
Returning: 31st Jul 2021
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4 spaces
Departing: 8th Sep 2021
Returning: 18th Sep 2021
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Departing: 22nd Sep 2021
Returning: 2nd Oct 2021
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Departing: 20th Apr 2022
Returning: 30th Apr 2022
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Departing: 11th May 2022
Returning: 21st May 2022
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Itinerary & Notes
Welcome to atmospheric Gdansk, Poland's fourth-largest city and major seaport. There are no activities planned until a welcome meeting this evening 6 pm. If you arrive with some time to spare, maybe head out to the National Museum for a dose of fine art, follow in the footsteps of visiting royalty with a lap or two of Royal Way, or travel a suburb over to Sopot and take a stroll along Europe's longest wooden pier.
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