Kensington Tours Introduces New Baltic Itineraries

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Kensington Tours has announced several new itineraries in the Baltics, including stops in Lithuania, Estonia and Latvia. Guests can now pick from a variety of seven- to 14-day tours where they can look inside Lithuania’s castles, hike through the landscapes of Estonia, and sip black balsam liqueur in Latvia.

Highlights from the itineraries include:

Baltics Highlights

On this seven-day tour, travelers can visit the 100-year-old Alexander Nevsky Cathedral in the city of Tallinn; explore the ruins of the 13th-century Turaida Castle in Riga; and stroll the beaches of Jurmala.


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Baltics in Depth

Guests will begin this 11-day journey with a private city tour in Tallinn, where they will visit St. Charles Cathedral; the National Library; the Pirita River; and St. Bridget’s Convent. On day five, guests will venture to Riga where they can sip Latvian black balsam at the Black Magic Bar, followed by a guided walk through Riga Central Market. Guests will end their journey exploring Trakai, the ancient capital of Lithuania.

Russia and Baltics Signature

Starting in St. Petersburg, Russia, this 10-day itinerary allows guests to drive along the Nevsky Prospect; pass the Song Festival Grounds in Tallinn; visit Gauja National Park in Latvia; and explore the Hill of Crosses in Vilnius with a museum guide.

Along the Coast of the Baltic Sea

During this 14-day tour, travelers can visit Peter and Paul’s Fortress in St. Petersburg, Russia; the Lutheran Cathedral in Helsinki, Finland; Estonia’s oldest brewery, Saku, in Tallinn; Gutenberg’s Terrace in Riga, Latvia; Vilnius’ UNESCO-listed historic center in Lithuania; and St. Mary’s Church in Gdansk, Poland.

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