Suggestions for the independent traveler, which may be combined with escorted tours and cruises. Remember, we can custom tailor virtually any arrangements.
Kilometres of winding cobblestone streets, red roofs, watchtowers in the Old City walls that surrounds the Old Town, a whole storybook of medieval houses - that’s all Tallinn, one of the oldest cities of Northern Europe. This rich medieval town was forgotten for 50 years in the Soviet times and now, more than ever, Tallinn is attracting tourists to discover the spirit of old medieval times.
Scantours offers a winter fun package filled with sightseeing programs and activities to very attractive rates for both individuals and groups. Easy to book, as our tours are guaranteed departures and with one email it becomes an one-stop-shop. The departures are daily from October to Mars.
Shop for Christmas presents in the capital of Latvia, Riga!
The sixth edition of the festival of light "Staroga" will be held this year. The festival has become highly popular and anticipated among Rigans and tourists. "Staroga" is an exhibition of outdoor installations, used to transform Riga's panorama using modern light and video technology. With the help of modern light and video technology, the festival will present around one hundred outdoor installations - building lights, multimedia projections in parks, on high-rise buildings and monuments. The play of light makes the autumn drabness disappear, and opens up a completely different view of the city. Festival is concluded on November 18th. The Independence of Latvia was proclaimed on 18 November 1918 at the Latvian National Theatre. This day in Latvia is a public holiday. Public institutions and the majority of private enterprises are closed, various events take place throughout the day.
Enjoy a summer break of Copenhagen and Royal Zealand Countryside and castles.
Visit the 3 largest cities of Sweden by train. A great alternative to driving!
This is an opportunity to explore Stockholm and enjoy the west and the south of Sweden in a self-drive tour!
For over a century Jurmala has been Riga’s playground, from the elegant days of the 1930s to the years of occupation. Jurmala was the ultimate destination for the USSR’s holidaymakers and countless tourists from across the union descended on this small peninsula from Lielupe to Vaivari each summer. Even today, some of that Soviet flavour still lingers, but many of the hotels have been upgraded to Western standards and the dining scene has improved by leaps and bounds. You too can explore beautiful beaches, soothing spas and seafood restaurants on the Latvian Riviera.