13 DAYS BALTIC STATES + BELARUS + UKRAINE + MOLDOVA

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Assemble at Changi International Airport, flight to Finland Capital or Helsinki.

• Upon arrival Helsinki, we head to Porvoo. from the red werehouse nestled on the riverbanks to the delightful old town, you will discover a tranquil village with a rich maritime and trading past. Porvoo retains its original town plan from the Middle Ages. Completing the magnificent view is the Statuesque Medieval Cathedral.

• Ferry to Tallinn

• An orientation tour walk through the city, medieval Old Town, one of the best preserved hanseatic town centres in the world, St Olaf Church.

• Visit 19th century Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathdral, and an 800 year old castle – the Toompea Castle & Tall Herman’s tower.

• Riga Castle – stood on the right bank of the River Daugava for more than 700 years.

• The Three Brothers – oldest stone residential buildings in the city and represent different stages in the architectural development of Riga

• Riga Cathdral – Magnificent red bricks Evangelical Lutheran cathedral.

• Freedom monument status – honouring soldiers killed during the Latvian war of Independence.

• New Opera – the 19th century that Wagner directed in 1837.

• Art Nouveau District – one third of all buildings in the centre of Riga, highest concentration of Art nouveau architecture anywhere in the world.

• Vilnius Cathedral – one of the most beautiful architectural masterpieces of classicism style.

• Gate of Dawn – a city gate, one of its most important religious, historical and cultural monuments.

• Vilnius University – oldest university in the Baltic states.

• Town hall Square – a traditional centre of trade and events, various concerts as well as celebrations of the important dates of the state are organised.

• Trinity Suburb – an old picturesque part of Minsk

• Island o Tears – a memorial commemorating Soviet soldiers from Belarus who died in the decade-long war with Afghanistan.

• Independence square – over 7 hectares big, which makes it on of the biggest squares in Europe.

• House of Government – the largest building in the Belarusian architecture.

• National Historical museum – biggest collection of the monuments of material and spiritual culture of the Belarusian people.

• Gomel Palace – famous for the beautiful Palace complex of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches, which is a true architectural masterpiece.

• St Tikhvin Monastery – Russian Orthodox monastery founded in 1560.

• St Peter & Paul Cathedral – Very popular among locals and tourists, hundreds of people come to the temple with their problems, thoughts, joys and sorrows. But eventually, they all go out calm and the peace.

• St Vladimir’s & Mikhailovsky Cathedral – commemorate the 900th anniversary of the baptism of Kievan Rus.

• Maidan – the central square of Kiev.

• Opera theatre – the oldest musical theatre in Ukraine founded in 1867.

• Golden Gate – main gate in the 11th century fortifications of Kiev

• Kiev Perchersk Lavra – named one of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine, listed Unesco WHS.

• Exhibition of Microminiatures – imagine the model of the windmill consisting of 203 golden items set on half of a poppy seed one of the four microminiatures museums in the world.

• Museum of the Great Patriotic War – world’s first museum to tell the story of the bloodiest war of the 20th century and only one in Belarus created during the years of Nazi occupation.

• Museum of Mamaeva Sloboda – Open Air Museum replicates a traditional Cossack settlement of the 17th and 18th.

• Monument to Stefan the Great – the ruler of the medieval principality of Moldavia, is the enduring hero of the Republic of Molova.

• Cathedral of the Moldovan – the main orthodox church of the Chisinau.

• The Alley of Classic – alley is decorated on both side with red franite busts of classic Romanian literary figures and political leaders.

• Pushkin Monument – oldest surviving monument to the renowned Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

• Triumph Arch – also known as the Holy Gate.

• Cricova Winery – second largest wine cellar in the world, with some 120 kilometers of underground wine storage.

• Monument of Suvorov – Russian military leader, considered a national hero.

• Central Plaza – A square in 1979 in commemoration of his 250th anniversary.

• Primorsky Boulevard – one of the most prominent streets.

• Potemkin Steps – a giant stairway considered a formal entrance into the city from the direction of the sea.

• National Academic Opera and ballet Theatre – Several styles are combined in the design of the facade and the interiors of the theater.

• Old Odessa Corner – a collection of old artefacts taken from various old Odessa yards and dachas.

• Catacombs -Stretching to an estimated total length of 2,500km, perhaps the largest network of tunnels anywhere in the world Bid farewell to Odessa, flight back to Singapore.

Arrive Home Sweet Home!!!

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