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Berlin to the Baltics

Germany, Czech Republic , Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland

Your destinations: Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Warsaw, Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn and Helsinki.

Explore a wealth of Eastern European history, stretching from the Medieval castles of the Baltics to war torn Berlin. Discover how WW2 and the Cold War have shaped the region, as well as the ancient traditions of the countries that make up this beautiful part of the world.


  • Round Trip International Airfare From Designated Departure Airport
    *Supplements may apply for USA Domestic Air to Designated Departure Airport.
  • Ground Arrangements
  • All Meals
Price: $6290 per person*

*Please Note: Supplements may apply

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Available Dates for 2017
Departure Airport: JFK - Download Flight Zone Fares
Berlin to the Baltics - June 25 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
Berlin to the Baltics - July 01 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
Berlin to the Baltics - July 12 2017 - Suitable for grades 8-12 (High School)
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Challenge yourself and experience personal growth as you:

  • Navigate the challenges of Tallinn’s premier ‘Rope Garden’
  • Explore Helsinki by bike during an exclusive People to People moment
  • Explore Finland’s thrilling amusement park, Linnanmaki


Learn about different cultures and traditions as you:

  • Pay your respects at Auschwitz
  • Attend an insightful, specially arranged meeting with a witness to the fall of the Berlin Wall
  • Challenge the body and mind with sporting competitions and classical music performances


Connect with locals as you:

  • Immerse yourself in the glorious architecture of the region, particularly the much heralded city of Dresden
  • Meet like-minded peers and create long-lasting international relationships
  • With the help of experts, examine the progression of European society during the Cold War and beyond
  • Day 1

    Depart the USA
    Board your overnight flight to Europe.
  • Day 2

    Welcome to Berlin
    Embark on a guided orientation of the capital of Germany. Pass by the Victory Column, the Brandenburg Gate and the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedächtniskirche. Enjoy a spectacular view of the city from its famous TV-Tower.
  • Day 3

    East Meets West
    Visit the Checkpoint Charlie Museum to discover the realities of the Berlin Wall and the repercussions of WW2 with the help of someone who lived through it. Take a stroll along the iconic Kurfürstendamm.
  • Day 4

    The Jewel Box
    Enjoy a city walk through Dresden, one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Explore the stunningly refurbished Dresden Frauenkirche, a beautiful example of Baroque architecture.
  • Day 5

    The Heart of Europe
    Explore Prague on a guided orientation. Marvel at sights including Prague Castle, which sits in a prime location overlooking the city. Discover the old and new town of Prague before taking in a performance at the world famous Black Magic Theatre.
  • Day 6

    Pay your respects at Auschwitz
    Take a city walk through the old town of Olmouc. Experience the darker side of European history at Auschwitz, a symbol of inhumanity, intolerance and the terrible consequences of racism.
  • Day 7

    Explore the sights of Krakow
    Join a guided visit of the Wawel Castle, a truly breath-taking cathedral with a wealth of history. Visit the old Jewish Quarter of Krakow, called Kazimierz. Discover over 100 cathedrals and 30 museums on a guided tour culminating in a visit to the setting of the movie ‘Schindler’s List’.
  • Day 8-9

    Welcome to Warsaw
    Enjoy a classical music concert before embarking on a guided exploration through Warsaw, the Polish capital and UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore a wealth of architectural styles including baroque, gothic and classicism. Visit the Royal Castle in Warsaw, which was destroyed in WWII and subsequently completely reconstructed in a spectacular fashion.
  • Day 10-11

    Journey to the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius. Join a guided tour of the city. See the Gediminas tower, the only remains of the Upper Castle, and enjoy magnificent views over the city.
  • Day 12

    The Hill Of Crosses
    Explore Siauliai by climbing its famous hill, home to one of Lithuania’s most holy shrines. Since the 14th century pilgrims have placed crosses of all shapes and sizes on the hill. Meet up with Latvian students at the bowling centre in Riga.
  • Day 13

    Welcome to Riga
    Experience Riga, the capital of Latvia. Pass by the Latvian National theatre, the Freedom Monument and the Powder Tower before visiting the largest medieval church in the Baltics. Explore the city centre before heading to one of the most famous buildings in Riga, its ancient castle.
  • Day 14-15

    Explore the very best of Tallinn
    Enjoy a short walk through Pärnu where you can relax at the beach and discover the medieval city centre. Embark on an adventurous day at the Ropes Garden Tallinn before indulging yourself at one of the famous Chocolate Factories of Tallinn.
  • Day 16

    Enjoy free time in Helsinki
    Depart the Baltics by ferry. Visit Heureka, The Finnish Science Centre before a late night shopping trip in the Helsinki Design District.
  • Day 17

    Visit the amusement park
    Experience the city of Helsinki by bike. Celebrate a successful tour in the amusement park of Linnanmäki and tuck into a farewell dinner before bidding goodbye to Europe.
  • Day 18

    Depart for the U.S.
    Return home from your voyage of self-discovery with a wealth of memories.

Why This Itinerary?

  • Adventure : Challenge yourself and experience personal growth
  • Education : Learn about different cultures and traditions
  • Culture : Connect with locals as you