A multigenerational family wanted to experience the unique culture and history of the Baltic nations with a dash of off-the-beaten-path adventure. Our travel consultant put together a custom journey that combined the incredible city centers along with the rugged coastline, medieval castles and lush green parks that make these countries unforgettable. Let this spark ideas for your own journey.
Custom Luxury Family Vacations: Baltics
Wooden Sculpture Park
Marvel at the incredible wooden sculptures, which include a four-story windmill, intricately carved crucifixes and a whimsical dragon, at the Antanas Cesnulis Sculpture Park.
Russian Bath House
Feel your worries melt away as you let the combination of hot sauna, oak leaves and a refreshing dip in the lake relax and energize you.
Seaside Regional Park
Explore the expansive sand dunes and forests of this gorgeous park on the shores of the Baltic Sea.
Book a soothing treatment from the hotel's excellent spa, which offers a wide variety of healing treatments, including a volcanic thermal stone ritual and a black sand body scrub.
Discover Latvian Wine Country
Go for a walk through the picturesque Latvian wine capital of Sabile and visit the northernmost vineyard in the world: Sabile Wine Hill.
Open-Air Art Museum
Delve into Latvian art at Pedvale Open-Air Art Museum, which was founded by sculptor Ojars Arvids Feldbergs in 1991 and seeks to meld artistic creations with their beautiful natural surroundings.
Art Nouveau Walking Tour
Riga’s exquisite art nouveau architecture is one of the capital’s claims to fame; learn about the history of the style and see some of the city’s most elegant buildings on a guided walk.
The Legend of Latvia's Most Famous Cave
Deep in Gauja National Park lies the Gutmana Cave, the widest and highest cave in the Baltics, which serves as backdrop to one of Latvia's best-known legends: the tragic love story of Maija and Victor who used to meet here to exchange vows of love.
Evening on the Island of Love
Board a wooden rowboat for the short journey across Padaste Bay to the Island of Love where you’ll enjoy a bonfire, wine and live music.
Muhu Island artisans are justifiably famous for their exquisite porcelain work; learn from a master and try your hand at creating your own unique creation.