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The "Great Baltic Tour 2011"

02.08.2011

The "Great Baltic Tour 2011" is an adventure campaign that takes place in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. It is an exciting way to spend free time and is full of new impressions and adventures that can be experienced across thirty different tourist attractions, ten in each country.

The "Great Baltic Tour 2011" is an adventure campaign that takes place in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. It is an exciting way to spend free time and is full of new impressions and adventures that can be experienced across thirty different tourist attractions, ten in each country.

While traveling with family or friends through the Baltic States, participants will come across unique and important tourist attractions in each country: historical buildings, amazing examples of architecture, museums and beautiful nature scenes.

By participating in this campaign not only will participants gain wonderful new impressions, but they will also have the chance to win great prizes.

It is possible to register as a participant online at www.greatbaltic.eu.

It is also possible to get a brochure for the "Great Baltic Tour 2011" from any tourist information center in Latvia. There is it possible to read about the tourist attractions included in the campaign and plan a route.

To win any of the prizes, participants must find the specific location within any attraction as depicted in the brochure and take pictures of themselves at this location. The pictures must then be uploaded at www.greatbaltic.eu.

The "Great Baltic Tour 2011" will take place from May 5 to September 15.

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