Goal Events – Latvia, Estonia & Lithuania

Goal Events is one of the most creative and experienced Destination Management Companies in Baltic states.

Their high-powered team, their creative ideas, their professionalism make Goal Events your guarantee to success. Goal Events has a passion for creative events, excellent results and perfect logistics. From the moment they receive a request, you will see the difference: high quality services, professional management, no-nonsense creativity, friendly contact, detailed explanations, and the most important, they are reliable and flexible.

You want to trust your DMC with your important event and their aim is not short-term, but to leave a lasting impression on you and your guests. From the first planning to the successful conclusion we always guarantee the personal handling and assistance from our company staff.

What they are looking for are those big smiles and warm congratulations at the end of a successful event.

“Your vision is our GOAL!”

Their focus is to help clients to achieve their goals. The events they organise make client employees more motivated and satisfied.
It’s all in the name.

Website: www.goalevents.com

Silvija Stafecka


Riga is more than 800 years old. Each century has left its marks in the architecture in the Old Town and City Centre here the cultural heritage coexists with the quick pace of modern living. Riga is perfect for organising conferences, exhibitions, and team-building activities. The city is very dynamic and can offer not only a professional service, but also good infrastructure.


In between Estonia to the north and Lithuania to the south, Latvia is loaded with colourful fixings. Thick greens take the form of Gauja Valley pines; onion-domed cathedrals sprout up above local towns; cheesy Russian pop blares along coastal beaches; and spicy Rīga adds an extra zing as the country’s cosmopolitan nexus and the unofficial capital of the entire Baltic.


Tallinn never fails to amaze visitors with its historical charm. At its heart is the Medieval Old Town, an area of cobblestone streets, gabled houses, churches and squares that developed here from the 13th to the 15th centuries when Tallinn boomed as a key Hanseatic commercial hub.


Vilnius has many names, many faces and many mysteries. Seeming to be in the remote corner of Europe, it is, in fact, located less than 20 kilometres from the geographical centre of Europe. Indeed, Vilnius is like a miniature Europe in one town – from Italianate Baroque to Russian Orthodox churches, from German Gothic to Austrian Rococo architecture and traces of the Jewish past. It is a city, where one street can tell you a thousand stories.