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Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) goes to the Baltics & St. Petersburg
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - AARCH, International, Tour
Contributed By: Jessica Parker
Website: http://www.aarch.org

Adirondack Architectural Heritage (AARCH) goes to the Baltics & St. Petersburg
Please join us  for an eleven day guided adventure exploring the rich cultural heritage, architectural marvels, and fascinating history of  Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and St. Petersburg.

We can’t fully explain why our international tours have so far drawn us to former Soviet republics (Armenia and Slovakia) and satellites (Cuba) but all of these places have fascinating histories, architecture, food, and culture, are less traveled than many other parts of the world, and each have a compelling story of renewal since the collapse of the Soviet Union. So once again, we’re off on an adventure to explore the Baltic states of Lithuania, Estonia, and Latvia (all former Soviet republics), and visit the regal and magical Russian city of St. Petersburg where, over 11 days, we’ll see and enjoy the rich cultural heritage, architectural marvels, food, music, art, and fascinating history of this part of the world. We are delighted to once again be traveling with Peter Blazicek, the excellent guide we engaged for our Slovakia tour and, making this an even more special trip, we’ll have the good company of fellow AARCH members and friends.  

What Is Included? The tour cost includes: ten hotel overnights, 10 breakfasts, 7 lunches, and 6 dinners, all in-country transportation, admission fees, tips (for drivers, guides, bellboys, housekeepers, and wait staff), taxes, and special events.  The tour cost does not include air transportation to Vilnius (arrival) and from St. Petersburg (departure), meals not specified, and other personal expenses.  

How Do I Register? Please confirm your interest in this trip by emailing info@aarch.org or by mail by Friday, February 28, 2020. Within your response please include a paragraph or two expressing why you are interested in this trip, along with any previous international travel experience. If you have traveled with us in the past to Cuba, Armenia, or Slovakia there is no need to include your past travel history. The trip is limited to 23 participants (plus AARCH staff members).  If we have more than 23 interested participants, we will choose participants through a lottery process.


Keywords: AARCH, International, Tour

Posted: February 20, 2020
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