If Estonia is on your bucket list for 2017 then take a look at our Eastern Europe tours that depart from Tallinn in 2017. Our tours all run in the warmer months of April until October when the temperatures are more pleasant and the days longer.
2017 sees the 12th Youth Song and Dance Celebration at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds and Kalevi Keskstaadion between the 30th June to the 2nd July. Song festivals are very popular in Estonia dating back to the times when the country would join together and sing patriotic songs in order to make political demands.
Estonia Group Tours 2017
Baltic Explorer - 7 DaysFound 7 departure dates for 2017
This whistle-stop tour of the Baltic capitals captures the history of this less discovered corner of Europe. In a week you will wander the old towns of each of these capitals arriving in Warsaw where the city has risen out of the ashes to become a modern metropolis.
Estonia to Prague - 13 DaysFound 15 departure dates for 2017
On this short tour you will get to visit the historic old towns of five distinct Eastern-European capitals. Many being so well preserved, there are countless cathedrals, marketplaces, plazas and cobbled streets to be explored and European charm in abundance. You will also explore the harrowing but historically-significant Auschwitz concentration camp.
Eastern Europe Explorer - 17 DaysFound 8 departure dates for 2017
Just to the west of Russia the three former Soviet states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania offer an exciting, off-the-beaten track travel experience. Beginning the tour in Tallinn, with its Unesco-listed Old Town, gothic churches, medieval castles and palaces, we continue to Riga, famous for its Art Nouveau architecture and vibrant nightlife scene. Then experience the romantic city of Vilnius, with its fine food, postcard-perfect historic centre and art galleries heading South, in to Poland and the Czech Republic, stopping at some iconic capital cities.