From the 12th to the 21st century
- Historical buildings – mainly gothic, baroque, rococo and classicistic. The Tallinn Old Town has the most survived medieval buildings and streets (dating back to the 12th and 13th century); The Riga Old Town is famous for its breathtaking Art Nouveau houses and The Vilnius Old Town is one of the biggest in Europe. You can easily fake it as Paris, Berlin, Vienna, while saving up to 40% of the production costs.
- Modern glass architecture and skyscrapers
- Soviet-style apartment blocks
- Romantic wooden houses
- Castles and manors with German, Russian, Danish or Swedish influences. There are approximately 3000 castles and manors in the Baltic States.
- Abandoned Soviet-style military facilities
- Historical manufacturing buildings
From beaches to bogs
- Mysterious bogs
- Endless beaches
- Untouched wild forests (including the pine wood forests distinctive to the Baltics) with approximately 60% of the land covered with them.
- Broad spread of wild animals and birds
- Parks and lakes
- Short distances between different types of nature
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