Lithuania is the most southern Baltic country. Lithuania is famous with Curonian Spit – an outstanding example of a landscape of sand dunes, sea resorts: Klaipeda, Palanga and Druskininkai with many SPA hotels, offering high-class facilities and service, a fascinating Hill of Crosses – a religious place of piligrimage, medieval castle Trakai, etc. Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is a very green city, which lies in a valley surrounded by hills.
Latvia is considered to be a heart of the Baltic States. Once you are in Latvia you should definitely visit Sigulda, with its Turaida Castle and a sea resort Jurmala. There are also very many things that you can experience only in Riga – the unique spirit of medieval Riga and the Art Nouveau District, the taste of Latvian national cuisine and the beautiful and smiling people in the streets.
Estonia lies along the Baltic Sea, just below Finland. One of the best-preserved Medieval Old Towns in Northern Europe is Tallinn. It has been included in the List of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. But not only Tallinn attract tourists to Estonia – picturesque National Parks, gorgeous Manor Houses, beautiful Saaremaa Island, summer capital of Estonia – sea resort Parnu, historical city Tartu with the oldest university of the Baltic States and many other interesting sites, attractive for tourists.