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  • Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech14 days
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A whistle-stop tour of Baltic Capitals and cities of Central and Eastern Europe with their individual identities, their architectural marvels, and their fascinating culture and history where modern cities sit side-by-side with ancient old towns. From the more unusual and unvisited countries of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, to the beauty, culture and energy of Poland, Czech Republic and Germany it’s all here in this 14-day tour of ancient relics and cultural cool.

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In 14 days you will wander the medieval centres and urban hotspots of eight inspirational and beautiful European cities – some that still blend medieval and modern so well, and some, such as Warsaw, that has risen from post-war ashes to energetic modern-day metropolis.

Cultural delights and historical treasures

A hop-on, hop-off red double-decker bus tour of Tallinn takes you to all of the city’s top sights, including the Estonia Open Air Museum where historic buildings have been plucked and transported into one museum.

Take in the bizarre and bewitching at Vilnius where else could there be the world’s only statue of psychedelic musician and composer Frank Zappa?

See Warsaw Rising at a beautiful modern museum housed in a restored redbrick power station that traces the city history through interaction, exhibits and displays.

Galleries, grand opera, guerrilla clubs and gourmet temples this Germany capital is the city to watch.

Places covered 14 Days
  • Day 1 Helsinki, Finland – sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 2 Helsinki to Tallinn, Estonia
  • Day 3 Tallinn, sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 4 Fly from Tallinn to Riga, Latvia - Riga sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 5 Fly from Riga to Vilnius, Lithuania
  • Day 6 Vilnius, sightseeing and attractions, onward to Warsaw, Poland
  • Day 7 Warsaw sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 8 Onward to Krakow, Poland
  • Day 9 Krakow sightseeing and attractions, onward to Prague, Czech Republic
  • Day 10 Prague sightseeing and attractions
  • Day 11 Prague and onward to Berlin, Germany
  • Day 12 – 14 Berlin sightseeing and attractions
  • Days Details
  • 1 Helsinki, Finland – sightseeing and attractions Time in Helsinki to enjoy the glorious Art Nouveau architecture in the city, or to wander down to the harbour the heart of the city. See the beauty of this stunning Nordic city on an introductory sightseeing tour with live commentary, it’s a great way to get a taste of the city. The tour takes in the historical centre with Senate Square, the Presidential Palace, City Hall, the Parliament building, Finlandia Hall, and the Opera House.
  • 2 Helskini to Tallinn, Estonia Take a sightseeing tour around the medieval city walls. Take in Toompea Castle, the Dome Church, and the Aleksand Nevsky Cathedral with its golden onion roof-tops and luxurious interiors. Or enjoy an organised cycling tour around Tallinn, or a trip to the Lahemaa National Park.
  • 3 Tallinn, sightseeing and attractions Kadriorg Palace is considered to be the grandest example of palace and park design in Estonian architectural history. The palace, originally an imperial summer residence has been extremely well preserved since the early 18thcentury. Kalma Sauna is Tallinn’s oldest public bath and still has the atmosphere of an old-fashioned Russian style banya (bathhouse). Enjoy dinner sitting under the Gothic arches of the cellar at the Pepper sack Restaurant where everything is prepared right before your eyes in the open kitchen.
  • 4 Fly from Tallinn to Riga, Latvia - Riga sightseeing and attractions Visit the Ethnographical Open Air Museum – a spacious exposition of 18th century country life. Listen to organ music at Riga Cathedral, one of the oldest sacral buildings in the entire Baltic region. Riga is overflowing with architectural gems and architectural styles. Take a walking tour of the Old Town past Riga Castle, the Dome Cathedral, St. Peter’s Church, the Swedish Gate, the Three Brothers, the Large and Small Guilds and the Freedom Monument. Visit the vibrant Latvian sea resort of Jurmala, famous for its wooden architecture and sandy beaches.
  • 5 Fly from Riga to Vilnius, Lithuania Bizarre, beautiful and bewitching, Vilnius is a fascinating mix of Old Town charm, fairy-tale baroque splendour, and an underlying uniqueness that creates it soul. Unesco has declared this, Europe’s largest baroque old town, a World Heritage site.
  • 6 Vilnius, sightseeing and attractions, onward to Warsaw, Poland There are more than 1,200 medieval buildings and 48 churches in the city. See some of these in the panoramic sightseeing tour that also takes in the Old Town and Vilnius Cathedral, Gediminas Tower, Peter and Paul Church, St. Anne’s Church, the Old University and the Gates of Dawn. Trakai Island Castle is the only Eastern European castle that has been built on an island. Surrounded by the waters of Lake Galve this well-preserved 15thcentury castle held great strategic importance in its time.
  • 7 Warsaw sightseeing and attractions Start a tour of Warsaw at the Royal Castle, a former Mazovian stronghold. Spend the rest of the morning exploring the evocative back streets of the Old Town, then head to the New Town for lunch. Let the food digest while retracing your steps and wandering down ul Krakowskie Prezedmiescie and ul Nowy Swiat before crossing town to the Warsaw Rising Museum. Take in the view from the top of the Palace of Culture & Science and finish off the day with dinner at one of the many restaurants south of Al Jerozolimskie.
  • 8 Onward to Krakow, Poland Take a bus or a train from Warsaw to Krakow and get your first glimpse of Krakow’s main market square – the largest square in Europe. As the royal capital for 500 years, the city was able to absorb much history and talent over the centuries and is today a treasure trove of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. No other city in Poland can boast so many historic buildings and monuments or such a vast collection of artworks.
  • 9 Krakow sightseeing and attractions, onward to Prague, Czech Republic Wawell Catle is Krakow’s center piece and a must-see. Stroll through the Old Town with its soaring Gothic churches and gargantuan Rynek Glowny (main market square). Just outside the Old Town is the former Jewish quarter Kazimierz, its silent synagogues reflecting the tragedy of the recent past. If time, consider a trip to the concentration camps at Auschwitz and irkenau, or go deep underground to the UNESCO listed Wieliczka salt mines. Depart for Prague.
  • 10 Prague sightseeing and attractions Prague is a European hotspot of history and heritage. In 1989 the Velvet Revolution freed the Czechs from communism and bequeathed to Europe a gem of a city. Prague’s main historic sites are located on the so-called Royal Route between the Old Town and Prague Castle, crossing the river on the Charles Bridge. Modern sculptures mix with stunning ancient architectures from the soaring verticals of Gothic and the exuberance of Baroque to theelegance of art nouveau. Take in some of the city’s art galleries, there is art all around from the Gothic altar pieces in the Convent of St. Agnes to the magnificent collection of 20thcentury surrealists and cubists in the Veletrzni Palac.
  • 11 Prague and onward to Berlin, Germany Since its heavy historical burden has been lifted with the falling of the Berlin Wall in 1989, the Germany’s largest city now has energy of tolerance, openness and experimentation. Explore Berlin with the City Hop-on Hop-off Tour, or discover Berlin’s history on a half-day walking tour.
  • 12 – 14 Berlin sightseeing and attractions Don’t miss the city must-sees such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag Building, Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall Memorial – a football-field-sized memorial to the murdered European Jews. The grandest of Berlin’s surviving nine former royal palaces is Schloss Charlottenburg set in a beautiful palace park. For a walking tour with a difference, head north of Berlin for a tour into the past at Sachsenhausen, one of the main concentration camps in Nazi Germany. The Pergamon museum is an aladdin’s cave of treasures and opens a fascinating window onto the ancient world and is the one museum in Berlin that should not be missed. Bargain hunt at the busy flea market – Flohmarkt am Mauer park – right where the Berlin Wall once ran, and visit Prater, Berlin’s oldest beer garden that has kept much of its traditional charm.
€ 2,800 per person (Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)
Price Per Person in Twin Sharing Accomodation
(Prices are in Euros and exclude international flights)

All rates mentioned are an approximate price per person on a twin-sharing basis, and are based on a minimum of 6-9 adults travelling together. Rates are subject to change based on the number of passengers and the time of year. (Flights, visas, travel insurance, lunches & dinners, personal expenses not included. There may be some itinerary activities not included also – please ask).

Inclusions :

- Traditional ,Boutique or Heritage accommodation where possible or Quality accommodation (on a twin-sharing basis) in centrally located 4*Hotels .

-Meals – breakfast in all destinations

- Internal Travel by rail - ferries - coach as applicable

-Guided sightseeing excursions as per the itinerary as applicable

-First arrival and last departure transfers

-Entrance and excursion costs as indicated

Travel is based on private coaches with Local guides . You do have the option of Independent travel .Get in Touch to discuss on how we could tailor the trip to suit you .

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Scandinavia is glorious during the warm summer months – enjoy boat trips around archipelagos, cruises and hikes through the Norwegian fjords, festivals galore in Denmark, and summer lakeside cottage havens in Finland. The summer sun doesn’t set in Scandinavian Lapland so head outside for a feast of forests, lakes, rivers and outdoor fun. It’s a different place in the winter - hop on a sleigh to see the Northern Lights, ski in Lapland from February to May, meet Santa in Finland at Xmas-time, and head-off for cultural city-breaks in Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen & Helsinki all year-round.

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Freedom Holidays is passionate about creating inspirational tailor-made travel to Europe and beyond. Our business is your pleasure and our expert and dedicated team is here to listen to your travel needs down to the ‘nth’ degree, leaving you ‘free’ to enjoy your holiday of a lifetime with no gimmicks, no hassle, and no stress. What makes us different? With 14 years experience of providing quality tailor-made customised holidays with an ‘off-the beaten-track’ themed approach, we take you to well-known destinations as well as far flung locations (or a mixture of both), leaving you safe in the knowledge that you will be looked after every step of the way.
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