This is a small size group. The minimum size of the group is 3 passengers and the maximum size is 15 passengers. The average age of the  group varies from 45-75 years. For passengers who require assistance, wheelchair can be provided for a small fee. All our guides are certified and fluent in English. Some walking will be required. The prices quoted  are “land only,”

To get your airfare quote, call us for a quote at 1-800-778-9847.  Airline tickets are purchased separately. Terms and conditions for the tickets are set by the airlines.A deposit of $100 USD is due  per person at the time of confirmation of the tour.  Final payment is due 45 days prior to departure. You will receive a follow up email with the exact date and amount due for final payment.  ​​​​​​Your documents will be mailed 2-3 weeks prior to departure.  Electronic documents may be requested. 

Tour Outline

On arriving to Vilnius, your driver will meet and take you the Hotel Vilnia **** or similar.

Today you will begin a tour to Kernavė. This village is said to have been the first capital of Lithuania before Trakai and Vilnius. Archeological excavations uncovered several old settlements as well as the remnants of a wooden castle and large wooden encampment dating back to the 12th century. There are four old castle mounds in rural surroundings. Because of its uniqueness, Kernave was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2004. Visiting of Kernave museum. On your way back you will make a stop and visit Antakalnis Cemetery. Some notables who were buried there were Algirdas Brazauskas (Independent Lithuania’s 1st President in 1993), the  border guards who were murdered by the Soviets at Medininkai on July 31, 1991 and the civilians killed by Soviet paratroopers during the January 1991 demonstrations, all guarded by a stunning Pietà. Overnight at Hotel Vilnia**** or similar.

Today we travel to Kaunas. En route visit Rumsiskes , an open-air museum created to show something of Lithuania’s vibrant peasant culture over the last 200 years. There you’ll explore Lithuanian country life as it was a hundred years ago. Original country houses and wooden churches from all four regions of Lithuania have been brought together from their original locations. Continue to Kaunas.  On the way  visiting  16th-century Pazaislis Convent, situated on the banks of Nemunas river. Check into Hotel Daugirdas****or similar.

Begin your tour of this marvelous old city that served as Lithuania’s capital between the two world wars, spending most of our time in Old Town. While there, visit a museum dedicated to the works of Ciurlionis, Lithuania’s most celebrated artist; the Devils Museum (probably the only one of its kind in the world). On three floors, this museum features both applied and pure art from Europe and Asia from the 17th to the 20th century including some fine Flemish tapestries and Japanese porcelain. We will also visit the War Museum,  which has a first rate collection; the 13th century Kaunas Castle,  the lovely Town Hall of Kaunas, known locally as the White Swan; and the 14th-century Church of Vytautas, the principal church of Kaunas Ninth Fort. Overnight at the Hotel Daugirdas**** or similar.

By way of the castles of Panemune leave for the city of Klaipeda, Lithuania’s main seaport. Once there, visit Theatre   Square with its statue of Annchen von Tharau, the Old Post Office and the Old Town. Then continue to Palanga where you’ll have some free time. Overnight at the Hotel Amberton Green Apartments *** or similar in Palanga.


Today’s tour of Palanga, you’ll visit the Botanic Garden and the AmberMuseum in the palace of Count Tyszkiewicz. The museum has 25,000 pieces of amber on display, 15,000 of them containing insects. In the afternoon, you will be able walk around Palanga.

After breakfast, depart for a full day tour of the Kuronian Peninsula. During the day, you’ll make a stop at Juodkrante and visit the Hill of Witches, a park filled with life-size wood carvings of characters from Lithuanian folktales and legends. The carvings are works of various folk artists. Driving to Nida, you’ll visit the Amber Gallery, where you’ll get a chance to view and buy some unique works of amber. In Nida visit the summer residence of Thomas Mann, the Nobel Prize-winning German author, Fisherman’s House-museum. Also see a typical fisherman’s village and walk along some impressive sand dunes. Then return to your hotel in Palanga . Overnight at the Hotel Amberton Apartments**** or similar.

After breakfast depart for Vilnius. On the way you’ll stop in Siauliai at the Hill of Crosses, one of Lithuania’s holiest shrines. Since the 14th century, pilgrims have been placing crosses here. Until today there are hundreds of thousands of them. In 1993, the Pope concelebrated Mass here. Then continue to Vilnius . Overnight at the Hotel Marriot Courtyard Center **** or similar .


Today we will begin with a full day tour of Vilnius. From its first ruler, the Grand Duke to today’s democratically elected government; Vilnius has a rich and varied history. First visit St. Peter and Paul’s church, St. Anne’s and St. Bernadine’s church, the Gates of Dawn with the Holy Image of the Virgin Mary, the Russian Orthodox church of the Holy Spirit and the Cathedral with its underground catacombs. From there, you will get an opportunity to see Vilnius University — one of the oldest universities in eastern Europe (founded 1579) with  St. John’s Church, Town Hall Square, the TV tower, the KGB Museum. You will also visit the Gediminas Castle. From the top of this castle, you will witness some of the most spectacular views of the city and its surrounding rivers. Overnight at the Hotel Marriot Courtyard City Center****or similar.


A half-day tour to the lovely TrakaiCastle, completed in the 14th century and built on an island amid lakes and forests. Overnight at the Marriot Courtyard Center****or similar.

This morning you will depart for Druskininkai, the oldest health resort in Lithuania. The pride of the town is its mineral springs. In 1794 the king of Poland and Lithuania announced a decree officially designating Druskininkai as a health resort. During a visit to the Health Centre, everybody can try mineral bath procedures. Spa treatments can be arranged in advance. Overnight at the Europa Royale SPA Druskininkai Hotel****.

After breakfast, transfer to Grutas village for a visit to Gruto parkas- an open-air exhibition of the Soviet era sculptures and monuments. Continue to Vilnius. Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the Hotel Marriot Courtyard Center.


Check out of hotel and transfer to Vilnius airport



  • 12 nights at centrally located 4 star hotels
  • Round trip airport transfers
  • Breakfast daily. Welcome and Farewell dinner
  • Transportation throughout the tour
  • English speaking guide services on Day 2-12
  • Guided city tours: Kaunas, Palanga, Klaipeda, Druskininkai, Vilnius
  • Guided excursions in Kernave, Rumsiskes, Curonian Spit and Trakai
  • Entrance fees to: Kernave Museum, Open Air Museum in Rumsiskes, the
  • Zilinskas Art gallery, Ciurlionis Museum, the Devils Museum, The War
  • Museum, Pazaislis Convent, Ninth Fort , Amber Museum in the Palace of
  • Count Tyszkiewicz, , Fisherman’s House-Museum, Thomas Mann House
  • Museum, Grūto parkas- an open-air exhibition, the Cathedral with its
  • underground catacombs, Vilnius University courtyards and St. John’s
  • Church, Gediminas Castle, TV Tower ,Trakai Castle
  • Ferry tickets for transport and passengers Klaipeda- Curonian Spit
  • Ecological fees for transport on Curonian Spit

2024 Tour Dates and Prices (Per Person, Double Occupancy)

Start DateEnd DatePrice
May 30Jun 11€2549 ($2761)
Jun 13Jun 25€2549 ($2761)
Jul 04Jul 16€2549 ($2761)
Jul 18Jul 30€2549 ($2761)
Aug 01Aug 13€2549 ($2761)
Aug 15Aug 27€2549 ($2761)
Sep 05Sep 17€2549 ($2761)
Single Supplement€499 ($541)


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