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Vilnius & Tallinn in March/April - how bad will the weather be?

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I have 9 days off during late March - early April and am considering a trip to Estonia & Lithuania, to be split between the two cities of Tallinn & Vilnius. If I have the time, I'd also love to add on Trakai and the Hill of Crosses and even take the ferry to Helsinki.

However, I know that the timing isn't all that great, since it will be the end of winter, and the weather will probably still be cold and the roads icy and slushy.

The guide books that I've read so far aren't all that promising about the weather, either, but I thought I'd check on here to see if it is as bad as the books say, or if I could still have a relatively good trip despite the weather?

The actual dates that I am looking at are March 27th to April 4th.

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