Tours Kamile (LT) is Doing
Riga–Tallinn Sightseeing Tour Bus
Explore the very best of North-Latvian & South-Estonian countryside on your way to Tallinn.
Kamilė is our ambassador of all things Lithuanian. She has done all in her capability to give people first glimpses to this strange and adorable country and culture - she has volunteered in helping Erasmus students adapt to the place, she works as a teacher who teaches foreigners Lithuanian language and she is currently finishing a degree in Lithuanian philology. Not to worry though, she once admitted to liking the other Baltic countries as well.
In her heart, Kamilė is a nature-loving country girl with a big heart. She loves to travel and to meet new people. She also claims people do not experience awkward silences around her - we can attest to this is after hearing her super-cute jokes.
Kamilė is a great person to take a day trip with because she always knows the best 80s pop song to sing to keep spirits high no matter the weather or time. Kamilė is an incredibly sweet person who will use every oportunity to find the obvious as well as the hidden of the Baltics and show you things you would miss on your own.
Explore the very best of South-Latvian & North-Lithuania countryside on your way to Riga.
Explore the very best of South-Estonian & North-Latvian countryside on your way to Riga.
Explore the very best of South-Latvian & North-Lithuania countryside on your way to Vilnius.
Everything was on time and very comfortable. 5 well chosen spots to stop along the way. Lucky with the weather but unfortunately the last two stops in the dark due to short days but both stops are beautifully lit up at night, so it was still perfect in a different way. Guide was very knowledgeable and spiced up the stories with family history. Thanks for a great day.
Camile our tour guide made up for the gloomy, rainy, cold and windy weather by being the most cheerful tour guide i've ever experienced. It was more like having a conversation with a friend more than being with a tour guide during our tour. She really made us feel at home and we enjoyed our trip!
Fantastic trip really great value for money, enjoyed all the stops along the way and our guide was cheerful, extremely knowledgeable and friendly. Learnt loads along the way and spent just the right amount of time in each place. Thanks for a great trip 😊
The only way to. Go, really.
Travelled from Riga to Vilnius in September 2018 with Kamille. Would definitely recommend this tour transfer. The stops to driving ratio was good and although I would love to have stayed longer in some places it isn't possible without making it an over long day. However because my time in the area was limited it at least meant I saw some pretty great sights. My travelling companions were lovely, a group if strangers who ended the day as a little family on the bus
The bus took us from Riga to Vilnius with stops at points of interest along the way. First stop was at Salaspils memorial, that opened up a whole area of history to us and was very moving. We’d have liked longer here to see more of the museum. The next stop was Rundale Palace, a stunning surprise with gardens to rival Versailles. We had lunch at a restaurant offering traditional Lithuanian food, with venison on the menu and limited vegetarian options. The Hill of Crosses in North Lithuania is surely unique; we saw two bridal parties there and our guide explained the custom. After that was Lithuania’s second city, Kaunas; we could have done with less time here. Final stop was the really beautiful Trakai, It was a fine evening and a stroll was welcome, unfortunately the castle was closing so we couldn’t go in. Some people sampled a famous local pastry speciality. Our guide Kamile was excellent, engaging, knowledgeable and with first rate English. All in all, we’d highly recommend this tour to anybody who wants to learn about life in the three Baltic states, past and present.
We couldn't have asked for a better day day. The sights we visited were fascinating (especially the Hill of Crosses), the countryside interesting and our guide informative. Would highly recommend this tour.
Our guide was delightful! We would have been fine with more music in the van for the long ride. The sights are beautiful and it was nice to get out and walk around.
Really enjoyed this trip. Kamille was very well informed and made the trip interesting throughout. Her knowledge of Estonian and Latvian history was extensive and made more interesting by personal family recollections. Loved all the places we visited and the activities! Swinging and bob sleigh driving!
Awesome tour that was well worth the money. Our tour guide was very friendly and knowledgeable. She also dropped us off at our hotels which was very nice of her. Thank you!
Very pleasend experience with a good guide. Visited interesting places in the countryside
Very good, helpful & knowledgeable guide, very interesting sightseeing stops. Good lunch break, arrived in Tallinn in good time.
The bus tour was from 9 am to 8:30 pm. There were several stops between Vilnius to Riga as described in the website. In general, the tour guide was very friendly and passionate who told us many interesting stories. However, I wish we could spend a bit more time in Trakai Castle which is really beautiful.
I used this tour to go from Tallinn to Riga. It was really worth while doing it. We saw little villages that I could not have seen if I had only stayed in the capitals. The guide was very friendly and we stopped in a nice restaurant where we had a very nice lunch. I really recommand this guided tour. I don't remember the name of the guide (sorry). She was Lituanian and very nice.
Getting from Riga to Vilnius wasn't going to be easy, so my partner and I decided we may as well book a tour and see some sights on the way! It really is good value for money, as you stop and visit the Salaspils Memorial, Rundāle Palace, Hill of Crosses, Kaunas and Trakai, all whilst getting to your destination. Our guide, (I think it was Kristel, she had red hair!) was very friendly and just like all the other Traveller guides, very knowledgeable and passionate about history.
Our guide Camille was great, very happy and bright. She gave us a bit of history along the way. She even told us about her own personal family story of the Soviet invasion. It was a terrific day, even though it rained. It was a great way to see the countryside and have a transfer at the same time. A very clever way to get from A to B. i highly recommend this tour.
This trip gave us the possibility to learn new places of Latvia and Estonia, mostly not described in your typical guidebook. Our guide Kamile is a very friendly and enthusiastic person, who gave us very good instructional and sometimes funny explanations of the monuments and places.
So glad we took this tour to Riga. The whole experience was fun from start to finish. The only disappointment was that we didn't book onto the Riga to Vilnius trip as well.
Me and my friend took the tour from Riga to Tallinn. There were many great activities on the way, but for us the highlight was the national park. So beautiful! Our tour guide Kamile was so friendly and informative and made the trip super special. She went out of her way to make everyone in the group comfortable. My friend is particularly interested in Baltic history and Kamile shared many fascinating stories with her that totally made her day. Highly recommended!
It was a wonderful day. We learned some history and saw the beautiful scenery. And our guide was kind and passionate. Love the trip.
Very nice guide (Kamile), well prepared and full of energy. Highly recommend!
Really quite brilliant experience on this tour - coming from the UK I hold my hands up and admit I knew little about the Baltic nations and it was a brilliant insight into the nature, history and culture of the area. The guide Kamile was lovely and very informative, took very good care of us catering for anything we needed! We travelled alongside a group of friends from Luxembourg and a family from Romania which was also great for meeting new people and we had chances to share experiences over lunch and whilst exploring the beautiful and interesting locations we visited. So much learnt, so much to admire - for the price it is so worth the experience, the 12 hour journey passed by and it was a shame to have to end it!
Getting to know all about the Baltics' history and culture. Our tour guide Kamile is really enthusiastic about and have a background in the Baltics culture, therefore gave us really informative stories. The tour involved some walking around, but it wasn't tiring, and the lunch was great!
Excellente journée ave Camille qui est une très bonne guide et aussi une bonne conductrice. Les visites étaient très intéressantes. Je regrette juste l heure tardive pour déjeuner (16h)!
Zero hassle way of travelling between two great cities, with stops along the way at locations I would never have found otherwise. Guide was friendly and knowledgeable, and the sights were amazing. Would definitely recommend.
We took a tour between Riga and Tallin and Kamile was our tour guide, bus driver and our walking talking purveyor of information. We had a great time on this tour and would recommend it to everyone. Kamile comes from the area and has great insight and personal connection which really put things in context. The stops were perfect covering a bit of everything you would want to see history, nature, good food and bobsleighs. We had a lot of fun learning about the area and the time slipped by without even realising. We would like to thank Kamile for the great time we had during the tour.
Fantastic trip, informative, quirky, fun. The trip was made by our guide Kamile - she was enthusiastic, knowledgeable, interested (and interesting), responsive to people's needs. And a superb driver. Yes there is some (well a moderate degree) of walking but all easy. Leave plenty of room for the lunch stop
The tour was fantastic, as was our guide! I loved all the stops, especially the national park. Beautiful landscapes and wonderful towns! We even had a little karaoke session on the longer part of the drive through Estonia! We have the perfect tour size and awesome people who made it all a great trip. It was also special to see smaller towns and to get out of the bigger cities!
We had planned a small tour starting in Riga and finishing in Helsinki before we went back home to Sweden. Instead of just taking the bus from Riga to Tallin we were happy to find a guided tour. Our guide was very good and lively and made the tour to a nice experience. It was also nice to meet some interesting people from other countries since we shared the van with some Canadians and Americans. I absolutely recommend this tour! My favorite stop was in Cēsis.
Kamile treated us to a special tour of local sites. The restaurant served excellent local cuisine. She made suggestions to match our tastes. She enjoyed telling us the history of the country. The military muesum might appear "cheesy" but look closer, and realize the context.
We did the private tour from Tallinn to Riga. It was the best way to see everything in between the two cities. From quaint little towns to lush forests. The amazing sceneries along the journey was eye opening and most importantly. Kamile our lovely driver/guide was friendly, knowledgeable, and engaging. Absolutely highly recommended and opt for the private tour option should budget allows.
We spent almost 12 hours discovering some of the most interesting places between Riga and Tallinn, enjoying the tales of our guide. Normally this kind of tours has tight rhythms, but this time I felt it relaxed and relaxing, so it was particularly pleasant. Thanks to our friendly guide and to her sociable attitude I learned many things.
The tour was well organised, the guide very friendly and helpfull. We had different nice stops (museum, nature, town, castle, bobslee)
I was amazed how quickly the time went and how soon we were approaching our destination, Tallin. If it is about the journey then this is a good option for you. Great information, quality mini bus and the regular interesting stops get top marks from me.
So this wasn’t the fist time I did a tour with Travellers. I also did the tour from Vilnius to Riga. And I was so lucky to have Kamile for both of the tours. She is a very spontaneous woman who can bring a story very well. In the militairy museum she gold us the emotional story of her grandmother. I never thanked her for that so I hope she will trad this. And I think she will.
Very nice guide. Kept the tour always interesting. She has lots of patience. It is one of the trip we are going to remember for long time.
Not great value for money- you don't actually get to spend as long at the stops as they advertise. We had 15/20 minutes per stop which isn't enough time to explore a new city.
With a small group you make stops on interesting points, learn new things,have a lunch at a fancy restaurant and enjoy the time together. Kamile did a great job👍 she loves her job and this makes the trip much better...
My sister and I opted to take a scenic van tour from Riga to Tallinn instead of flying or a bus, and we are so extremely happy we did! Chamomile and Lara were absolutely fantastic tour guides and we were blown away by how knowledgeable they were on the history of each town we visited. The itinerary allowed us to see the infamous bobsled track, eat lunch on the border of Estonia and Latvia, check out a few small towns rich in history, walk in a national park and try out the large swing activity, which was incredible. I would recommend the tour, and these two tour guides in particular, to everyone as we learned an incredible amount about the Baltic history, saw places we would without a doubt otherwise not see, and get to meet a few new friends along the way!
Absolutely one of the highlights of my trip! Laura T and Kamile were very friendly and knowledgeable! Great experience!
Our guide is friendly and professional. The tour is value for money. Highly recommend for tourists who want to travel from Tallinn to Riga.
The tour itself was well organized, but Kamile the tour guide managed to gave me a very negative vibe. Yes, I am coming from Eastern Europe (Romania) but so is she (Lithuania). I saw a dog alone close to Vilnius and I asked her if Vilnius has stray dogs and she told me: Not as many as Bucharest and she also made some other undermining comments about Romania. I don’t need to be put down by a tour guide that I paid for a service. I arrived in Vilnius feeling very sad and humiliated also. And not to mention the little car accident on the way when she made space for a car from the lateral side but forgot about the car behind us, she stopped the car too fast for the car behind us to have time to react so the car behind us hit us, no one got injured but I got very scared since I am recovering after an ankle sprain.