Via Hansa & Borealis was recently entertaining a group of fifteen travel executives from companies in Europe, Canada and Australia through a week-long tour in the Baltic countries. The purpose of the trip was to reconnect traditional customers and to acquaint new customers with the Baltic destinations as they are today. The trip which was supported by the three Baltic national tourism boards and a number of regional Baltic tourism boards, was in particular inspiring the customers to innovate traditional programs, and the guests were acquainted with a lot of novelties in the capitals cities, introduced to many cultural immersions and soft nature adventure in all three countries. The trip was blessed by unusually warm and sunny spring weather, and the guests went back with an impression of the Baltic destinations as safe and secure and with a lot to offer in the future.
The Latvian prime sea resort of Jurmala is looking forward to welcoming many visitors this summer. The hotel scene in Jurmala is dominated by three large hotels: the 5-star Hotel Baltic Beach Hotel & Spa, the 4-star Hotel Jurmala Spa, and Lielupe Hotel Spa & Conferences. All three hotels dating back to the 70s and 80s have over the most recent years been completely renovated. They are offering well-appointed guest rooms and suites, many with balcony and sea view, excellent and large spa facilities, extensive conference facilities with large conference halls and break-out rooms, ready for conferences and meetings with hundreds of delegates, as well as a wide choice of restaurants and bars. Jurmala is also featuring a number of smaller and more boutique-style hotels, built partly or fully in wooden style. These properties are very suitable for individual travelers and include such hotels as the 5-star Hotel TB Palace & Spa and Hotel Lighthouse, the 4-star Amber Sea Hotel & Spa, Pegasa Pils Spa Hotel and Rixwell Collection Seaside Hotel and the 3-star hotels Villa Joma and Rija Eiropa.
The Hotel Segevold in the Gauja National Park in Latvia has been taken over by the Mogotel Hotel Group and has been reopened after renovations for the 2023 summer. The 4-star hotel features 43 rooms, a restaurant, a spa with saunas and indoor swimmingpool, and two conference rooms. We recommend the hotel for individual travelers and groups looking for 1st class accommodation. The Mogotel Hotel Group has been expanding over the last years and is now operating a number of hotels under various brands. in Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, Germany, Poland, Hungary, Slovenia and Bulgaria. For more information, please contact: email@example.com
Via Hansa & Borealis has finalized a comprehensive FIT product manual for 2023 with hotel rates, private package tours, private city tours, private shore excursion, fly&drive, private transfers and much more.