Country Holidays

How to travel to and around the Baltic States

Ferries

Several ferry ports connect the Baltics with Germany, Sweden, Finland and St. Petersburg in Russia. The ferry ports are Riga, Liepaja and Ventspils in Latvia, Klaipeda in Lithuania and Tallinn in Estonia. Local ferries connect the Estonian islands with the mainland.
www.ferries.countryholidays.lv

Airports

Main airports are located in the capitals: Riga, Vilnius and Tallinn. However there are also smaller regional airports where international airlines operate - Kaunas in Lithuania and Tartu in Estonia.
Latvia
Lithuania
Estonia
Riga
www.riga-airport.com
Vilnius
www.vilnius-airport.lt
Tallinn
www.tallinn-airport.ee

Kaunas
www.kaunas-airport.lt
Kuressaare
www.kuressaare-airport.ee

Palanga
www.palanga-airport.lt
Kärdla
www.kardla-airport.ee


Pärnu
www.parnu-airport.ee


Tartu
www.tartu-airport.ee

Trains

International train routes from Riga are to St.Petersburg, Moscow, Pskov in Russia and border town Valga in Estonia. Trains go from Vilnius to St.Petersburg, Moscow, Kaliningrad in Russia and Warsaw in Poland. From Tallinn, trains depart to Moscow.
Latvia
Lithuania
Estonia
www.ldz.lv www.litrail.lt www.edel.ee

Coaches

There are good bus services among the largest cities of the three Baltic states and neighbouring countries.
Latvia
Lithuania
Estonia
Riga
www.autoosta.lv
Vilnius
www.autobusustotis.lt
Tallinn
www.bussijaam.ee

Car rental

We can help you to rent your prefered car for the tour. We work with international companies - Avis, Budget, Sixt and Hertz as well as local company Car4Rent. Detailed offers are on our website.
www.car.countryholidays.lv


Here in this map you can find the major transport infrastructure points in Baltic states. You can click on the pictogram to open the website of each transport infrastructure point.

Baltijas karte