Baltic States tour

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Explore Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

14 days

Aug. 2 - 16, 2019

The Baltic States are a tapestry of sea, lakes and woods. Explore the gems of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania as we visit their fairytale cities, knight’s castles and pristine natural wonders.

As we visit these amazing countries, you will discover the turrets, spires, and winding streets of Vilnius, Riga, and Tallinn—three capitals that managed to lovingly preserve the timeless elegance of their Old Towns as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Join Dignity Travel on this amazing tour designed specifically for people who use wheelchairs, have difficulties walking or just need a slower paced tour.

Tour package
$10,054.62* per person (double occupancy)
$14,595.08* per person (single occupancy)


Reservation deadline for this tour is May 31, 2019

Space may be available after this deadline. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $4,000 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If traveling as a single occupant a $6,000 deposit is required. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Final payment is due by May 31, 2019.

Dignity Travel will assist you with your flight arrangements and optional trip insurance. 

Dignity Travel advantages for this tour

  • Wheelchair accessible tour and accommodations
  • Easy tour designed specifically for people who are slow walkers, cannot walk a long distance or use a wheelchair
  • Small group experience with fulltime group hosts to assist throughout tour
  • Deluxe accessible 4-star hotel accommodations with daily breakfast

  • Only three hotel changes during the entire tour

  • Most lunches and all dinners included in tour price

  • Medieval show and feast

  • Wine tasting event

  • Tips for local guides and drivers included

  • Entrance fees to listed attractions included as per itinerary

  • Local English-speaking guides at all destinations

  • Be surrounded by culture as we discover the many different cities and customs the Baltic States have to offer

  • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)

  • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged

  • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience

  • Group size limited to ten people for intimate travel experience

  • Accessible ground transportation throughout tour

Itinerary at a glance

Aug. 02 - Depart the US

Aug. 03 - Arrive Tallinn and transfer to accessible 4-star hotel

Aug. 04 - City tour of Tallinn including the Kadriorg Palace

Aug. 05 - Tour Lahemaa National park and Vihula Manor

Aug. 06 - Visit the Rocca-al-Mare open-air museum

Aug. 07 - Travel to Riga with a stop at the medieval city of Parnu

Aug. 08 - Tour Riga

Aug. 09 - Visit Guaja National Park and see the Turaaida Castle

Aug. 10 - Explore the Kurzeme region of Latvia

Aug. 11 - Enjoy the Riga Market and costal town of Jurmala

Aug. 12 - Travel to Vilnius and the beautiful Rundale Palace

Aug. 13 - Tour Vilnius

Aug. 14 - Visit the former Lithuanian capital of Kaunas

Aug. 15 - Day tour to the Trakai Castle

Aug. 16 - Transfers from 4-star accessible hotel to airport

*Rates include all of the listed group benefits. Rates are subject to availability and are the same for accessible or non-accessible rooms. The number of accessible rooms are limited and available on a first come basis. Book early to guarantee your room choice. All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. The rate does not include international airfare or travel protection.

Tour highlights

Aug. 03 - Tallinn

After an overnight flight, arrive at the Tallinn airport, where a Dignity Travel group host will greet you (if you have not been greeted yet at one of our connecting airports). We will transfer from the airport to the hotel using an accessible mini bus. Once we check into our 4-star accessible hotel in central Tallinn – just yards away from Toompea Castle and park - you will have the opportunity to unwind and relax before enjoying a welcome dinner at the hotel. D

Aug. 04 - Tallinn

Estonia's capital and largest city, Tallinn sits on the Bay of Finland, directly across from Helsinki. We will find both Scandinavian and Russian influences in the language, culture, and architecture here. Our tour leads through the narrow streets of so called Upper and Lower town. You will enjoy a beautiful bird’s eye-view over the towers of the medieval defense wall and buildings of the Lower town and the waters of the Bay of Tallinn, will see the Toompea Castle, the charming Russian Orthodox St. Nevsky Cathedral, Dome Church, as well as take a stroll in the Lower Town part and the Town Hall Square. After lunch, we will continue our tour to the Kadriorg Palace which is a beautiful northern baroque palace, built by Peter the Great for his wife, Catherine I, in the early 18th century. The grandiose palace and surrounding manicured gardens are a humbling example of Tsarist extravagance, but another important reason for our visit is that it is also home to the foreign art collection of the Art Museum of Estonia. BLD

Aug. 05 - Tallinn/Lahema National Park/Tallinn

The name Lahemaa - the land of gulfs - comes from the numerous gulfs and peninsulas that break up the coast here. The park covers intact landscapes of different types - coastal lowlands, pine forests, limestone cliffs, stone fields, waterfalls and rapids. It is also unique for its flora and fauna. We will gain superb insight into the Estonian 18-19th century manorial architecture: Kolga, Palmse, Sagadi and Vihula Manor houses, including a visit to one of the manors. Our tour stops for lunch at a typical small fishing village inn where traditional local food is served. The return trip back to Tallinn passes through the idyllic seaside summer spots Vergi/Käsmu and Võsu. BLD

Aug. 06 - Tallinn

Today we will enjoy a day tour to open-air museum of Rocca-al-Mare. Here you will be able to experience life as it was in the 18th to 20th century.  BLD

Aug. 07 - Tallinn/Parnu/Riga

Today we depart Tallinn for Riga Latvia with a stop along the way for a short visit of Pärnu. This medieval city has an easygoing and romantic flair to it. Being the largest resort in Estonia, Pärnu is home to a variety of spas and historical bath houses. We will enjoy lunch in the beautiful city and then continue on to Riga where we will check-in to our 4-star accessible hotel near the historic Old Town and the Latvian National Opera.  BLD

Aug. 08 - Riga

This morning will first enjoy a panoramic tour of Riga including the City center, its green Boulevard Semi-circle, the charming Art Nouveau area, the Latvian National Opera House and the Monument of Liberty. After enjoy our ride through the city, we will visit the medieval Old Town with historical buildings dating back to the 13th century, narrow streets, town squares and churches. The tour will highlight St. Peter’s and St. John’s churches, Dome Square and Cathedral, Riga Castle, Town Hall, the House of Blackheads, the Swedish Gates, Jacob’s Barracks with Powder tower, Liivs’ Square, the Three Brothers and other historical site. After enjoying lunch in the Old Town you will have the afternoon free to enjoy Riga at your own pace. BLD

Aug. 09 - Riga/Sigulda/Riga

We will enjoy a day-tour to Sigulda. Its area is known for the beautiful nature that surrounds this lovely city - landscapes formed by the valleys of the River Gauja, as well as for its history. During medieval ages it was one of the first and main centers of German Crusaders who conquered local tribes in the territory of Latvia and Estonia. You will hear legends from those times and will visit the medieval Turaida Castle, which is one of the most popular sights in this area. The partly renovated redbrick castle dates back to the 13th century when it was built by German Crusaders. The tour in the castle gives not only an insight about life in medieval times but also takes you on a journey in history of the area of territories of Latvia and Estonia from the 13th until the 19th centuries. We will also visit a local farm, where homemade wine is produced. The Baltic countries are not famous for their grape vineyards, but they have their own wine traditions. Here the wine is produced from local seasonal berries and fruits. During the visit you will learn more about the local wines taste three different varieties. BLD

Aug. 10 - Riga/Kurzeme Region/Riga

Another day-tour from Riga brings us on an adventure to the Kurzeme region of Latvia - featuring a nature park in the Abava Valley - an ancient valley formed by the melting glaciers. This is an area with fantastic landscapes – river valleys, meadows, slopes and dolomite exposures. While in the area we will partake in a medieval feast at the Jaunpils Castle. BLD

Aug. 11 - Riga/Jurmala/Riga

This morning we will begin our day with a visit to the Riga Central Market. It is not just an interesting place to buy products from local producers, but is also one of the most unique markets in Europe. It is one of the biggest of its type located in the very heart of the city. The market is also interesting due to its buildings - a part of it is located under roofs of 5 big sheds which used to be garages for German Zeppelins during World War I. After time at the market we will travel to Jurmala - a charming summer resort town located at the Bay of Riga. For centuries it has been a place for recreation and relaxation for people from Riga and abroad. The town is so beloved due to its charming wooden architecture that dates back to the 19th and beginning of the 20th century, the golden sand beaches, green pine forests and the Baltic Sea.  BLD

Aug. 12 - Riga/Rundale Palace/Vilnius

We depart Riga for Vilnius Lithuania with a top on the way for a visit in the charming Rundale Palace, which is Latvia’s version of Versailles and a pearl of Baroque architecture in the Baltics. The palace was built in the 18th century and designed by the famous Russian Court architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli, who also designed the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg. The palace is surrounded by a beautiful French park which is made according to the original 18th century design. After crossing the border from Latvia into Lithuania, we will stop at the Hill of Crosses. It is a marvelous place - a hill with thousands of crosses in all kinds and sizes. The hill has been significant for Lithuanians for centuries, it has been also visited by the Pope John Paul II. Upon our arrival in Vilnius, we will check-in to our 4-star accessible hotel located on the main street, Gedimino Prospektas. BLD

Aug. 13 - Vilnius

We begin our day by touring the beautiful city of Vilnius. We will discover one of the largest and most picturesque Old Towns in Central and Eastern Europe with preserved impressive complex of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical buildings as well as its medieval layout with charming narrow streets and courtyards. We will visit the Vilnius Town Hall and its square, magnificent Vilnius Cathedral, Vilnius University, Gates of Dawn and Gediminas Hill, which provides a spectacular panorama over the Old Town and the surrounding hills.  BLD

Aug. 14 - Vilnius/Kaunas/Vilnius

Today we will visit Kaunas, which is the second largest city in Lithuania and its former capital before World War II. Located on the confluence of the Rivers Neris and Nemunas, it is a beautiful city with picturesque landscapes and historical architecture. Some say that the Old Town of Kaunas has the most Hanseatic atmosphere as it used to be a member of Hansa Union during medieval times. After our time in Kaunas, you will have free time in the afternoon to enjoy Vilnius on your own or relax. BLD

Aug. 15 - Vilnius/Traki/Vilnius

A charming wooden village surrounded by five picturesque lake awaits us as we visit Traki. We will see the medieval red-brick Trakai Castle located on the islands of the Lake Galve.  BLD

Aug. 16 - Vilnius

After breakfast, travel to the airport for your flight to the US. B

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