Gay Group Trip: Discover the Baltic States - Travel Gay - Travel Gay
8 days£2970

Gay Group Trip: Discover the Baltic States

On this 8-day gay group trip, we will explore the three countries that make up the Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. The Baltic States are a smattering of Scandinavian, Polish and Russian influences, but individually, these countries have their own distinct cultures and history. While visiting, you’ll find a rich history to explore, as these small countries have weathered many a storm and preserved their identities throughout time. On this gay group trip, you’ll be travelling with style, in luxury hotels and eating in the best restaurants.

Group Trip Breakdown


Day 1: Vilnius

Upon arrival, you’ll be transferred from the airport to our 5-star Hotel in Vilnius Old Town. You’ll have the day at your own leisure to rest or explore after your flight. Then in the evening we’ll have a welcome dinner.


Day 2: Vilnius

We begin our trip with a morning tour of Vilnius Old Town. Then, we’ll venture further into Lithuania, going 30-minutes outside of Vilnius to Trakai. The quaint town has a 14th-century fortress on Lake Galve.

Day 3: Vilnius, Riga, Latvia

On the boarder of Lithuania and Latvia is the Hill of Crosses, an astonishing pilgrimage site where pope John Paul II held a mass at this site.

Then we’ll be onto Latvia! We’ll check into our hotel after lunch but first we’ll visit the grand, baroque Rundāle Palace.

Day 4: Riga

Onto the Hanseatic city of Riga, the largest city within the Baltic states. During our first day, we’ll visit the Dome Cathedral, the Old Riga Castle and the old Guild Houses, amongst other sights. The afternoon is a time of leisure where you can explore the Viking city at your own pace.

Day 5: Riga

For our second day in Riga, we’ll be exploring the cities central boulevards. Passing through the canal parks and Bastion Hill, we’ll observe the Art Nouveau buildings of the city, ending up in the Art Nouveau Museum. In the afternoon, we’ll visit the Ethnographic Open Air-Miseum where we’ll learn about Latvian culture through the ages.

Day 6: Tallinn

Onto Sigulda next, which has a reputation as the Switzerland of Latvia. A highlight of our trip will be seeing the remains of Turaida Castle in Gauja National park, which has a gorgeous sculpture garden which chronicles Latvian Folklore. Lunch is in Tallinn, where we’ll be staying in a boutique hotel.

Day 7: Tallinn

In the old town of Tallinn, we’ll spend out time exploring the Song Festival Amphitheatre, the parliament building and the famous Toompea Hill, amongst other sights along the way.

The tour ends with a visit to Tower Hill Square, where we’ll have the treat of seeing the medieval Gothic architecture of the Town Hall. In the evening we’ll have a farewell dinner.

Day 8: Departure

And that’s the end of our trip! On the final day you’ll be transferred to the airport for your return flight.


  • Accommodation as listed


  • International Flights
  • Travel insurance

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Gay Group Trip: Discover the Baltic States