Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga & Vilnius - Nordosteuropäische Vielfalt erleben

Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga & Vilnius - Nordosteuropäische Vielfalt erleben

Erweitern Sie die klassische Reise ins Baltikum und besuchen Sie neben den baltischen Hauptstädten Tallinn, Riga und Vilnius die finnische Hauptstadt Helsinki und die russische Metropole St. Petersburg. Im Grundpaket sind 11 Übernachtungen enthalten, das angegebene Preisbeispiel wurde mit Abflug ab Frankfurt am 08.05.2019 ermittelt. Reisedatum, Aufenthaltsdauer, Hotels sowie der Abflughafen können Ihren individuellen Wünschen entsprechend angepasst werden.
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22/11/2019ECONOMY
Frankfurt Main
Helsinki
Deutschland
Frankfurt Main / 09:40
Lufthansa LH 848 Lufthansa
2h 30min nonstop
Finnland
13:10 Helsinki Vantaa
22/11/2019 25/11/2019

Helsinki

Über die Stadt

Helsinki is situated on a little peninsula on the southern tip of Finland. Approach Helsinki from the sea and you’ll see neoclassical buildings of elegant lines and pastel colours, and a marketplace overflowing with strawberries and salmon. The city has grown with attention to harmony. In summer many residents abandon urban tranquillity for their country cottages, but in winter the capital comes alive with theatre, political institutes and over 20,000 university students. Architecture buffs will love Helsinki. The handsome neoclassical buildings surrounding Senate Square were designed almost singlehandedly by German architect Carl Ludwig Engel in the early 19th century, just after Helsinki replaced Turku as Finland’s capital. The crowning piece is the Lutheran Cathedral, which has recently been refurbished and looks better than ever, with the 12 apostles on the roof once again looking down at the world below. Elsewhere in the city, the bold, simple creations of the city’s great 20th century architects, notably Aalto and Saarinen, blend with the clean neoclassical lines. The stunning Jean Sibelius Monument, dedicated to Finland’s most famous composer, consists of hundreds of steel pipes sculpted by Elia Hiltunen. The monument is in Sibelius Park. The Kansallimuseo, National Museum, has wonderful displays of Finnish culture. The exhibits of the City Museum illustrates the history of the city. The islands surrounding Helsinki make excellent daytrips. The sandy beaches and smooth rocks of Pihlajasaari make it a popular summer spot for tanning Finns. Every summer there are many free outdoor concerts in one of the city’s numerous parks. Afternoons, all kinds of music resound on the leafy Esplanadi. Helsinki is a small city if you compare it to those gigantic cities around the world but the spirit is still quite cosmopolitan. Helsinki is a beautiful city, especially in the summer. The streets are clean and you can always find a peaceful spot, in case you need one. Some say that Helsinki is "the biggest village in the world" and it is a great place for tourism, history, museums, galleries, theatre, music, shopping, restaurants, clubs, etc. all environmentally friendly, free of pollution and traffic congestion.

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Eurohostel

80%
  • Bei 1,9 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • Linnankatu, 9, Helsingfors FI 00160
Das Hostel liegt im Zentrum Helsinkis in einem wahrhaft einzigartigen Viertel der Stadt, in Katajanokka. Es befindet sich ganz in der Nähre des Marktplatzes und ist umgeben von Jugendstilgebäuden. Die Sehenswürdigkeiten des Stadtzentrums, Geschäfte u...
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  • TWIN STANDARD (1)

  • NUR ZIMMER

  • 3 Übernachtungen

25/11/2019ECONOMY
Helsinki
St. Petersburg
Finnland
Helsinki Vantaa / 07:50
Finnair AY 701 Finnair
1h 00min nonstop
Russische Föderation
09:50 Pulkovo
25/11/2019 27/11/2019

St. Petersburg

Über die Stadt

Inextricably linked to the major events of Soviet Union, St. Petersburg cannot escape its imperial past. Physically, at least, St. Petersburg has been the city of the tsars since Peter the Great founded the city in a swamp and moved the capital here from Moscow in 1712 to provide greater contact with the West. Many of the major baroque and neoclassical buildings and well-designed streets and landscaped parks are the work of imperial French and Italian architects. St. Petersburg, Russia’s second largest city, is often called Russia’s Western Gate, and the City of White Nights. For a splendid overview of the city, climb the dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral on Isaakievskaya square, a massive example of 19th century civic-religious architecture; its dome is covered in pure gold. Nearby, on Senate Square overlooking the Neva, is Falconet’s Monument to Peter the Great. Peter and Paul Fortress was founded by Peter the Great and was erected in just one year between 1703 and 1704 during the Great Northern War against Sweden. The fortress was never used to defend the city but it was used as a political prison under the Tsar. Inside the fortress is the main attraction for visitors: the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul containing the tombs of Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Nicholas II and other tsars. Nevsky Prospect is St. Petersburg’s main avenue and one of the best-known streets in Russia. The buildings along Nevsky Prospekt are a treasure house for art-nouveau-fans. Nevsky Prospect is also the city’s central shopping street and the hub of the city’s entertainment and nightlife. Even if the rest of the city were non-existent, the Hermitage alone would merit a week-long visit to St. Petersburg. Located in the magnificent, luxurious Winter Place, former residence of the tsars, this collection of art unquestionably ranks among the world’s finest. But before you immerse yourself in the art, take in the main halls where the tsar reigned and entertained, especially the awesome Malachite Hall, where the provisional Government held its last meeting before the revolution exploded around it. Cool and aristocratic St. Petersburg is a magnificent city with beautiful architecture everywhere. Often described as the Venice of the North, St Petersburg is a city defined by water. Whether you’re cruising the elegant canals, crossing one of the 342 bridges in the city, or just watching them being raised over the mighty Neva River at night to allow ships to pass through, you’re never far from water in St Petersburg.

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Stasov

90%
  • Bei 1,1 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • 1st line of vasilievsky island, 16, Saint petersburg 199034
Hotel von der berühmten Saint-Petersburg Architekten Wassili Petrowitsch Stassow aufgebaut , ist eine elegante klassische Gebäude in eine lebendige Hotel umgewandelt. Befindet sich im historischen Zentrum von Sankt-Petersburg, auf Wassili-Insel, nur...
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  • Economy Double or Twin (1)

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  • 2 Übernachtungen

27/11/2019ECONOMY
St. Petersburg
Tallinn
Russische Föderation
Pulkovo / 06:05
Air Baltic BT 447 Air Baltic
3h 30min 1 Zwischenstopp - Riga Intl (1h 15min)
Estland
08:35 Tallinn
27/11/2019 29/11/2019

Tallinn

Über die Stadt

One of Europe’s most charming cities, Tallinn is a perfect mixture of medieval and modern, with its narrow cobbled lanes filled with baroque architecture, and its wild nightlife. Estonia's capital city has been dubbed the ‘New Prague’ but this city stands out on its own. The World Heritage-listed Old Town has plenty of distractions for even the most exigent traveler. Best explored on foot, Tallinn’s evocative Old Town is replete with castles, Russian Orthodox churches and Dominican monasteries. These historic gems share the streets with old merchant houses and medieval meeting halls where visitors can witness locals displaying centuries-old artisan traditions of glassblowing, weaving and pottery, and, why not, take a peculiar souvenir back home. At night the Old Town transforms. Inside its ancient walls travelers will be able to party in steamy nightclubs, slinky lounges, expat bars and colourful gay clubs until the early hours of the morning. Outside the medieval quarters, there's lots to see. On the fringes of the old borough a new district is emerging, with gleaming new hotels, offices and plenty of restaurants, cafés, boutiques and nightclubs. Anyone arriving in Tallinn with the idea of an old Soviet Bloc grey city will be as surprised by this new skyline as they will be by the charming old core. Tallinn is proud of its old soul but it is also fashion forward, vibrant, colorful, cultural and wild.

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Three Crowns Residence

70%
  • Bei 0,6 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • Vene, 8, Tallinn 10123
Das Three Crowns Residence ist ein komfortables, stilvolles Hotel, mit einer langen und spannenden Geschichte. Die Besucher des Hotels haben das besondere Vergnügen den Innenhof zu geniessen. Die Zimmer, wenn auch von mittlerer Größe, zeigen ein hist...
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  • DOUBLE ECONOMY (1)

  • Übernachtung mit Frühstück

  • 2 Übernachtungen

29/11/2019ECONOMY
Tallinn
Riga
Estland
Tallinn / 05:50
Air Baltic BT 362 Air Baltic
0h 50min nonstop
Lettland
06:40 Riga Intl
29/11/2019 01/12/2019

Riga

Über die Stadt

Riga is the crown jewel of the Baltic States and it’s the region’s cultural, educational, political, financial, commercial and industrial epicenter. Charmingly divided by Daugava River, it presents itself as a city of colours, church spikes and beautiful nights of yellow lights. Even though the city is rapidly overflowing with a collage of glass and steel skyscrapers, it is still defined by its stunning chocolate box old town that Disney executives can only dream of. Art-Nouveau is also a big thing in Riga. The city’s notable art nouveau district was declared World Heritage Site and it is commonly regarded as the finest and best-preserved collection of art nouveau architecture in Europe. Aside from its toy town cuteness, this city is funky and vibrant with a big city soul. The Latvian capital is the perfect fusion of old and new; visitors will find the trendiest club inside a spectacular art-nouveau building. The city has been dubbed “The Second City that Never Sleeps” and rightly so; in Riga one can go out every night of the week until the early hours of the morning and there are even 24h restaurants to satisfy anyone’s appetite at any time. With its timeless elegance and its cosmopolitan ambitions, Riga has been declared European Capital of Culture for 2014. The city is now chic, lively and green, parks cover a fifth of the capital, and has left its grey past behind and has no intention of looking back.

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Ibis Riga Centre

80%
  • Bei 5,3 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • Marijas street 5, Riga 01050
Fantastisches Hotel im Zentrum der Stadt vor kurzem renoviert, so dass die Gäste vollständig aktualisierte Einrichtungen und Dienstleistungen genießen können. Alle Zimmer sind im modernen Stil eingerichtet, sie sind geräumig und komfortabel. Unter an...
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  • DOUBLE/TWIN (2 PERS) (1)

  • Übernachtung mit Frühstück

  • 2 Übernachtungen

01/12/2019ECONOMY
Riga
Vilnius
Lettland
Riga Intl / 12:15
Air Baltic BT 343 Air Baltic
0h 50min nonstop
Litauen
13:05 Vilnius Intl
01/12/2019 03/12/2019

Vilnius

Über die Stadt

This Baltic capital is bizarre, decadent, eccentric and bewitchingly beautiful. Located at the confluence of the Vilnia and Neris rivers, Vilnus preserves its medieval soul. Its astonishing Old Town, one of the largest in Europe, was declared World’s Heritage Site. Church spires dominate the city as there are 65 churches in Vilnus. The sight from the city’s castle is dazzling and is the best place from which to appreciate a magnificent panorama of this green metropolis. Vilnus has big plans for its future and is becoming a cosmopolitan city. Quirky bars are found inside the dark medieval courtyards. Užupis, declared the bohemian sector of the city, is booming with art galleries and workshops. In its main square there is a statue of an angel blowing a trumpet that represents artistic creativity and freedom of expression. On the north bank of the Neris, a new Vilnius is taking shape, a 21st-century skyscraper skyline is being developed to accommodate the emerging business community, a symbol that the city and Lithuania are moving forward and ditching its Soviet past. The Lithuanian capital will seduce visitors with its exciting, spirited and charming personality.

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Ecotel Vilnius

70%
  • Bei 1,0 km vom Zentrum entfernt
  • Slucko g., 8, Vilnius LT-09312
This hotel is situated close to Vilnius old town. It is about 5 km to the railway station. Established in 2003, this hotel comprises a total of 168 rooms. It is located in the vicinity of the historic old town of Vilnius and can satisfy the needs of...
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  • 2 Übernachtungen

03/12/2019ECONOMY
Vilnius
Frankfurt Main
Litauen
Vilnius Intl / 06:45
Lufthansa LH 889 Lufthansa
2h 15min nonstop
Deutschland
08:00 Frankfurt Main

Zusammenfassung

Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga & Vilnius - Nordosteuropäische Vielfalt erleben
Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga & Vilnius - Nordosteuropäische Vielfalt erleben