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Tallinn - a busy city in a very calm and quit Estonia

Updated: Jan 6

It's amazing how different are all cities in the Baltics!





Tallinn – is for huge conferences and short city escapes. The town is tiny, but that is the strength! You will come to medieval town that looks exactly like Disney castle!


Estonia is a best escape for all nature lovers.

Estonia is one of Europe’s least crowded countries, with a population density of 28.4 people per square kilometre. Only Finland, Sweden, Norway and Russia can beat it. It is also one of the least populous of all the EU member states (1.3 million).



Travel Deli

Travel Deli was born form a dream to show Baltics to the world! Twenty years being a guide I have learned that most people who come to Vilnius, Riga or Tallinn still had totally different image before coming. Something about Eastern Europe, post-soviet, grey and sad. That is completely different from reality. Yes, all three countries once in twentieth century were in Soviet Union, but for 45 years only. This is terribly short in comparing with the history of Lithuania that starts in 1009, or Riga – dated back in 1201, or Tallinn that was built in 1219. Lithuania once was the largest country in Europe and locals are very proud of that. We have always been in the historical crossroads and that just made us more interesting, much stronger and surer about our long and bright future. Look at the countries now – Estonia is a first to have e-elections, Latvia – developing strong airline or Lithuania, becoming a political leader in all Eastern – Western European negotiations. All three countries has strong economic growth, fastest WiFi in the world and friendly environment both for working or visiting!

Our destinations: Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Belarus. Baltic States is not an unknown destination anymore – but have you been there?

What we do: group travel, incentives, conferences, meetings, product launches.

contact us: info@traveldeli.lt

 

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