- From: 09/03/2020
- For: 11 days
- Landing in: Krakow, Poland
- Returning from: Tallinn, Estonia
2 nightsThu. Sep 03-Sat. Sep 05
2 nightsSat. Sep 05-Mon. Sep 07
1 nightMon. Sep 07-Tue. Sep 08
2 nightsTue. Sep 08-Thu. Sep 10
1 nightThu. Sep 10-Fri. Sep 11
1 nightFri. Sep 11-Sat. Sep 12
2 nightsThu. Sep 03 - Sat. Sep 05
A metropolis of cultural significance, Krakow preserves a multitude of historic and religious remnants dating all the way to the 7C.
Historic Center, Krakow
Discover the most famous Old Town in Poland - a medieval district rife with religious, cultural, and architectural wealth.
Wawel Castle and Cathedral, Krakow
A hilltop complex consisting of the 14C Royal Castle, the famed Cathedral, a treasury, an armory, and various excellent exhibits.
Czartoryski Museum and Library, Krakow
An 19C national museum housing valuable collections of 16C-19C paintings, cultural artifacts, antiquities, and craftsmanship.
Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Krakow
A cultural center housing rare 17C-19C Japanese woodblock prints, as well as rotating exhibitions pertaining to Asian heritage.
2 nightsSat. Sep 05 - Mon. Sep 07
The capital of Poland is also its largest city, functioning as an important political, cultural, and financial center.
Historic Center, Warsaw
The Old Town and New Town make up this historic center, rebuilt post-WWII and now constituting an extraordinary cultural hub.
Warsaw National Museum
One of Poland's largest museums houses collections of fine and applied art, by Classical, Polish, and international artists.
Royal Route, Warsaw
A remarkable boulevard, stretching for 4km and lined with significant historical monuments, palaces, churches, and more.
Lazienki Park, Warsaw
Centrally located and spanning 76ha, Warsaw's largest park seamlessly combines architectural gems with natural woodland charm.
1 nightMon. Sep 07 - Tue. Sep 08
Deceptively rich in cultural landmarks, this city blends European and Soviet influences, offering many interesting museums and parks.
Kaliningrad Amber Museum
This superb museum is home to over 14,000 items of amber artwork, fossils, archaeological items, and jewelry.
Konigsberg Cathedral, Kaliningrad
Hosting the tomb of Immanuel Kant, the cathedral dates to the 14C and boasts fine Gothic influence, as well as some notable artwork.
Historic Center, Kaliningrad
Wander through the back streets of this city center, getting to know the authentic sleepy atmosphere mixed with a European charm.
Church of the Holy Family, Kaliningrad
Erected in the early-20C, this redbrick church was never returned to its original purpose and currently hosts the Kaliningrad Philharmonic.
2 nightsTue. Sep 08 - Thu. Sep 10
Lithuania's third largest city has a rich history dating to the 12C, a wonderfully preserved center, and several intriguing museums.
Historic Center, Klaipeda
Explore the cobbled streets of this center, admiring the architectural wealth spanning several centuries, and a vibrant atmosphere.
Klaipeda Clock Museum
Dedicated to the history and mechanics of clock-making, this fine museum also features a park full of various intriguing sundials.
Monument to the United Lithuania, Klaipeda
A monument representing the unification of Lithuania Minor and Lithuania Major, as well as the Russian Kaliningrad Region.
Referred to as a "summer paradise," Klaipeda invites you to spend the sunny months soaking up the rays on its beautiful beaches.
1 nightThu. Sep 10 - Fri. Sep 11
Founded in 1201, Riga is Latvia's center of Art Nouveau. History, culture, and art are seen in its architecture and landmarks.
Historic Center, Riga
Stroll through this center to take in its 800 years of architecture, diverse museums, and around-the-clock activities.
Art Nouveau Museum, Riga
This museum is a faithful restoration of a 1903 Art Nouveau apartment, from its moldings and layout to its furnishings and art.
National Museum of Art, Riga
This museum features the works of fabulous painters, sculptors, and other artists from Latvia, the Baltics, and even Russia.
Latvian National History Museum, Riga
This must-see museum offers a comprehensive trip throughout Latvia's history, from Neolithic times to the Soviet era.
1 nightFri. Sep 11 - Sat. Sep 12
Tallinn seamlessly fuses its medieval past and architecture with modern amenities that include museums, cafes, and night life.
Historic Center, Tallinn
Spend a few hours exploring the ins and outs of the capital's historic center, enjoy people watching or relaxing in a cafe.
Kohtu Viewpoint, Tallinn
This platform offers amazing views of the Medieval landscape of the Old Town, the skyscrapers, the Pirita district, and the gulf.
View from Patkuli Belvedere, Tallinn
At the top of this popular street, visitors can view the Old Town's fortified medieval walls and beyond.
Kiek in de Kok, Tallinn
In addition to its panoramic views, this medieval fortification features an interactive museum of the history of Tallinn.