Baltic Sea Region

Exhibition for Meetings,

Events and Incentives

Familiarisation Tours

The CONVENE and its partners offer a selection of familiarisation tours before/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.


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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.

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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.


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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.


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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!


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Gdańsk is a beautiful port city of nearly half a million people, and is undoubtedly one of Poland’s most popular tourist and cultural centres, diligently developing its universities and a fast-growing business centre. The city is located on the southern shores of the Baltic Sea and has played a key role in the exchange of goods between Northern and Western Europe, and the countries of Central-Eastern Europe for ages.

Established over a century ago, the city attracts thousands of tourists each year and connects the cultural traditions of many nations. It is a paradise for old architecture enthusiasts, who can wander endlessly among the beautiful tenement houses and medieval monuments.

Gdańsk is the hometown of numerous outstanding historical individuals, including Jan Hevelius, Daniel Fahrenheit and Arthur Schopenhauer, as well as two Nobel Prize winners: the first democratically-elected President of Poland, Lech Wałęsa, and the German writer Gunter Grass.

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