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Baltic Travel Service

Lufthansa City Center Global Travel

Mobile:
+370 699 15931
Telephone: +370 5 2644481
Email:
lcc@bts.lt

Subaciaus Str. 2 and Subačiaus Str. 5-2,
1302 Vilnius
Lithuania

The Baltic States (also known as the Baltics or Baltic countries) are three North European countries in the East of the Baltic Sea – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

The vast diversity of landscape, population, and culture makes a good fit for groups and individual travelers. The Baltic States will impress you whether you are looking for holidays or short breaks, walking or cycling tours. We invite you to explore Baltics not only as a leisure destination but also find it as a great way where to hold your business meetings, incentives or conferences. We are located in economicaly favourable place – we can offer any high class service at a reasonable price.

The Baltic States have the perfect geographical location, which will help to combine unforgettable trip for you. We will help you to plan your trip to the Baltic States in combination with Scandinavia, Poland, Belarus and Russia.

Get to know the destination better and let us help you with your business meetings in Baltics and nearby countries!

Vilnius

Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius charms with its labyrinthine, UNESCO renowned Old Town, sleek business district, an elegant city center with many open squares and parks, as well as historic suburbs. It is a compact, pedestrian-friendly city where major meeting facilities, hotels, cozy restaurants, and important city sights are all within easy reach.

Riga

Riga, Latvia

The biggest metropolis in the Baltics, Riga perfectly blends timeless tradition and cutting edge cool. Drop in and get energized by a city with surprises on every road and rooftop.

Tallinn

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn, named Lonely Planet's Best Value Destination of 2018, is an amazing blend of old and new. The world-famous Old Town was largely constructed between the 13th and 16th centuries and is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Also worth exploring is the up-and-coming Kalamaja district, boasting a truly bohemian atmosphere and the Telliskivi Creative City. All of Tallinn’s neighborhoods, each with its own personality, can be quickly and easily reached on foot or by inexpensive transport.