The biggest country of the three, both in terms of its area and population, is Lithuania. It is also the southernmost of the Baltic countries. All three Baltic States are members of the EU and NATO, and share the common EU currency, the Euro.
Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, with Riga the capital of Latvia, and Tallinn the capital of Estonia. And each of these capitals share a particular privilege - their respective Old Towns are all listed on the UNESCO World’s Heritage List.