The Baltics in brief
|Area||45 227 km²||64 589 km²||65 300 km²|
|Population||1.34 million||2.1 million||2,99 million|
|Language||Estonian (Finno-ugric)||Latvian (Balto-slavic)||Lithuanian (Balto-slavic)|
|Currency||Euro - €||Euro - €||Euro - €|
All of the Baltic States are members of the European Union and NATO and also parties of the Schengen agreement.
The nordic-medieval Tallinn near the Baltic Sea that has excellent connections with Helsinki, Stockholm and St Petersburg and is also one of the world's smartest cities, the glamorous Riga nourished by the wide Daugava River with its elegant Art Nouveau boulevards and almost Mediterranean-like Vilnius rich in baroque and churches.
All three Baltic states have had strong influences from foreign occupations and yet have a face of their own. You can definitely sense how different the countries really are - from the catholic Lithuania to the world's least religious country - Estonia.
Excellent destination for business meetings
For business travellers it is always important to have high quality facilities and first class service, the Baltics offer all that and also the excitment of a new destination. Compact cities with modern facilities and medieval history are an excellent choice for conference tourism. The incentive programs can surprise you as well: from the soviet prison experience in Tallinn to the opera backstage in Riga.