To say that Latvia boasts pristine nature is no exaggeration, which means that many options are available for green tourism from simple walks in the woods to special offerings for bird-watchers, hunters and friends and connoisseurs of nature.
The treasures of Latvian nature are accessible to everyone, as the main objects of value are the property of the state. In our country, one can freely access rivers and lakes, the sea and the forests...
Come and visit Lithuania, home of many amazing Baltic hidden gems.
Like a walk in the morning grass, barefoot – this is how nature lovers describe their impressions of trips to Lithuania.
Lithuanians really love and respect nature. After all, Lithuania was the last pagan country in Europe! Since time immemorial, Lithuanians have worshipped and even prayed to fire, water, stone and trees. Even after being baptised, many Lithuanians continued to think of nature as almost a second mother. So, those looking for pure nature, authenticity and harmony will definitely find here.
You can fly, sail, ride or drive to Estonia from anywhere in Europe. Located in northeastern Europe, this small coastal country is a short ferry trip away from Finland and Sweden, a coach ride away from such European capitals as Warsaw and Berlin, and an overnight train from Saint Petersburg will land you at the heart of Tallinn.
Estonia's UNESCO world heritage capital city Tallinn was granted city rights in the 13th century by the King of Denmark. Since then, the streets of Tallinn have seen many world powers, from the Danes and Swedes to Germans, and tsarist and Soviet Russia. Tallinn Old Town is filled with medieval houses and alleyways and is still protected by the remnants of the city wall. The wealth of architecture in Tallinn means that there are many legends and stories to explore.