Trams are the main form of public transportation in central Helsinki, the capital and largest city of Finland. They have been in constant operation since the end of the 19th century – the first horse-drawn tram line in the city was introduced in 1891 and the first electric one in 1900.
The Riga tram network forms part of the urban transportation system in Riga, the capital and largest city of Latvia. It is operated by the Rigas Satiksme.
The well-preserved Hanseatic buildings, medieval towers, and stunning Gothic churches of Tallinn make the city a perfect destination for travelers who want to immerse themselves in history, architecture, and culture.
Daugavpils Fortress (Latvian: Daugavpils cietoksnis) is an early 19th-century Neoclassical fortification in Latvia, and the last bastion-type fortress to be built in the world. Its territory comprises 35 individual historical monuments.
The Church of the Holy Spirit in Vilnius is the only Orthodox church in Lithuania built as a Baroque church in the shape of the Latin cross.
The Bastion of the Defensive Wall (Lithuanian: Gynybines sienos bastėja), or Vilnius Artillery Bastion, is a Renaissance-style fortification in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, which now houses a museum of historical artifacts.…