Baltic Sea Reagion

Exhibition for Meetings,

Events and Incentives

Familiarisation Tours 2018

The CONVENE and its partners offer a selection of familiarisation tours after the event to some Lithuania’s cities and other cities of the Baltic Sea Region. Hosted buyers are welcome to choose one of the destinations they would like to visit.


16-17 February 2018

The capital of Lithuania charms with its labyrinthine Old Town,  sleek business district, its elegant centre, many open squares and parks, historic suburbs, astonishes with its architectural glory – all of which blend together into a seamless whole. It is a compact city where major meeting facilities, hotels, all nice restaurants and important city‘s sights are within easy reach.

15 – 17 February 2018

Kaunas is the second largest Lithuania‘s city, which keeps the authentic spirit of the country‘s national character alive. The city is proud of its strong academic community and a wide range of universities and colleges. Discover Kaunas as a great place for meetings, experience the city’s unique ambience and get introduced to a number of modern conference facilities and quality services, along with exciting activities.

Baltic Sea Coast
15 -17 February 2018

A port town Klaipeda is the oldest city in Lithuania featuring outstanding history, traditions, cultural life, unique Fachwerk-style architecture, spectacular nature surroundings. Klaipėda has become a city that many visitors pass through on their Baltic tour. A narrow lagoon and ferry line connect Klaipeda and Neringa, an amazing Lithuania’s resort situated on a sandy and wooded Curonian Spit, UNESCO World Heritage site. Awarded as the Quality Coast, Neringa has been a famous summer resort for over 150 years. This natural wonderland with highest moving sand dunes in Europe is considered to be an ideal place for incentives and SPA treatments.


15 – 17 February 2018

Riga – the capital of Latvia is ideally located between its Baltic and Scandinavian neighbours. With over 800 years of history, Riga offers an enriching historical cultural heritage with vivid incentives and events programs possibilities. In terms of meeting and event venues, the city prides itself on a blend of historical meeting halls and modern conference venues. With over 80 hotels and a total of 13,000 beds available, Riga is fully capable of hosting large congresses, conferences and official delegations. Over the next two years more than 1500 hotel rooms will be added to an already respectable accommodation figure, including dozens of conference rooms and professional multi-purpose meeting venues.



15 – 17 February 2018

Tallinn is best known for its unforgettable Medieval Old Town, a fairytale neighbourhood of cobblestone streets, gabled houses, and Gothic churches that was built up 13th-16th centuries. Among merchant houses and courtyards are hidden trendy cafés and clubs, not mentioning award-winning restaurants. Tallinn is chock full of one-of-a-kind event venues, everything from Renaissance style guild halls to renovated Seaplane Harbour, TV Tower and numerous modern hotels. And that’s just for starters!



15 – 17 February 2018

Tampere is an active, green university city, situated between two large lakes, and is the home of Finland’s best voted congress venue, Tampere Hall. Surrounded by a lot of nature, Tampere offers many an outdoor activity very close to the city centre, and because of its very compact size, almost everything is within walking distance. The city’s international airport is only 15 minutes from the city centre and is currently served by direct flights from Helsinki, Stockholm and Riga.



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