Though influenced by dynamics of Northern European region and intervolved by numerous historical sways, Latvia remains a country with its unique language, culture and national identity. Latvia offers you an immense span of cultural heritage, its unique own – one of a kind.

Latvia is a green country with its nature not spoilt, traditions kept living, imposing architecture and places of interest, safe environment and hospitable people.

Justifiably as a part of modern Europe, Latvia represents a contemporary metropolis where historic architecture intersperses with novel.

Being the largest of the Baltic capitals, Riga serves as industrial, business, cultural and financial center, as well as, essential Baltic Sea port. The historical center of Riga city is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and is remarkable with Jugend style architecture with no rivals across the globe.

Beyond question have scattered economies swayed the trends of Meetings Industry. At times like these there is value to be found. If you have tried major cities of Northern Europe or looking for value – why not try Latvia or any of other Baltic States? These destinations imply good value in comparison to cities such as Stockholm or Helsinki.


Primary reason for visiting Estonia evidently is one of the best preserved and intact medieval cities in Europe, listed in UNESCO World Heritage List. Old City of Tallinn is inhabited, and that is why it emits a unique ambience – where beautiful surroundings, peacefulness, friendliness guides you during the whole stay.

For more relaxed stay and those who want to indulge themselves with beautiful uniqueness of Estonian nature there are several options to choose from. Whether it will be a stay in one of the resort towns or divine islands in the Baltic Sea, or exploring of luxurious manor houses, built over the centuries, many of which have been converted to high-class hotels, the impression will surely be enduring.

As for hosting meetings and events in Estonia, a certain advantage is infrastructure. Distances in Estonia are conveniently short. The cities themselves are built on a modest scale with major hotels, event venues, sights, restaurants and shopping concentrated in the same area, all within easy walking distance. That means there’s no need for guests to waste their time waiting for transfers, figuring out public transportation or sitting in traffic.


Lithuania’s green plains and proximity of Baltic Sea radiate an atmosphere of limitless space of solid and safe surroundings and a feeling of grandeur. The country is full of preserved natural landscapes, forests, lakes and rivers, and has an unique sea side, with Curonian split, a sandy peninsula, isolating the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic sea.

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is one of the most frequently visited cities of Eastern Europe. It draws attention, not only because of its unique architectural character, but also by its cultural events and attractions.

The historical center of Vilnius, the Old Town, is one of the largest old town centers in Eastern Europe. The Old Town is situated in a picturesque valley of two rivers – the Vilnia and the Neris, at the crossroads of trade roads, next to the fort, which was guarded by Vilnius castle in the days gone by.