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Our route plans are always flexible and may be altered at any time during the tour to accommodate your interests and wishes.The majority of our visitors have come from the USA, but we also have helped holidaymakers from Great Britain, Germany, Finland, Greece, Latvia, Austria, Ukraine, China, Brazil, Turkey, Australia, Canada, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Bangladesh, Chile and many other countries.Most of Estonia rests at about 50 meters above sea level.

The historical Old Town is undoubtedly the main tourist attraction in Riga.

Latvia's houses in Art Noveau style attract special interest, as they are a rarity in the Baltic region.

The Gulf of Finland borders Estonia on the north, the Russian Federation on the east, and the Republic of Latvia on the south.

The western border consists of the Gulf of Livonia and the Baltic Sea, where two of Estonia's largest (and some say, most beautiful) islands reside.

Back on the mainland, a tour of Southern Estonia will reveal many types of landscapes and natural interests such as caves and rock formations, as well as fascinating remnants of history, including old manor houses and castle ruins, along with their often mysterious stories and legends.

Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is so close to the capital of Estonia Tallinn that sometimes people speak of Tallinn and Helsinki as twin cities because they are separated only by 82 kilometers of the waters of the Gulf of Finland.

Relations between Estonians and Finns are essentially facilitated thanks to the affinity and similarity of the languages - both Estonian and Finnish belong to the same Finno-Ugric group of languages. Finland is a good country to enjoy wilderness - Finns have 187,888 lakes, 179,583 islands and 5,100 rapids and 69% of the territory is occupied by the forest.

Finland has a lot of the towns and areas worth of your visit - Helsinki, the capital and largest city in the country, Porvoo only 55 km (30 miles) from Helsinki to enjoy relaxing atmosphere of small, but charming historical town wooden houses from the 18th-19 century.

There are many interesting places to visit in Estonia, from medieval Old Town Tallinn to the famous University town of Tartu, to the seaside resort town of Pärnu with its beaches and sanatoria.

A short distance from Pärnu, a scenic ferry ride can get you to the Estonian islands, where a variety of interesting sights and experiences await you, from the thatch-covered dwellings of a fishing village on Muhu, to the steep cliffs, meteor craters, and Kuressaare castle on Saaremaa, to the rich folk culture of Hiiumaa.

We also offer services to people with special needs (young children, elderly, differently-abled, etc.) Transportation is available for both small and large groups as we can use cars, vans, and buses of all sizes.

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