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Information That Will Help With Your Visit to Lithuania

Whether you're a first-time visitor or a regular visitor, you'll find that there are plenty of beautiful cities in Lithuania. From the historical capital, Kaunas, to the beautiful seaside town of Trakai, you'll find a variety of different sights to explore in Lithuania.


Located in southern Lithuania, Druskininkai is known for its healing mineral springs and is a perfect place for a relaxing vacation. The town is located close to an unusual national park, where you can explore 140 different species of flora.

Druskininkai has many spas, parks, and lakes. The most famous tourist attraction is the Aqua Park, which has dozens of swimming pools and waterslides.

In addition, you can visit the Grutas Park, a private Soviet sculpture garden. It's home to many Soviet statues, memorabilia, and kids' playgrounds. The park also opened a unique museum in 2001.

The town has a variety of museums, including the Girios aidas museum, which features an eclectic collection of forest-related items. The Church of Saint Mary's Scapular, which is monumental, is also a highlight of your tour.

You can also visit the Vijuneles Park Flower Festival, which includes theatrical events, music, and poetry evenings. You can also attend master classes in folk crafts. If you want to see how cheese is made, you can visit the cheese factory. The festival also has a cheese tasting, where you can taste different types of cheeses from around Lithuania.

Another great attraction is the Musical Fountain, which is situated right next to the Aqua Park. The fountain is beautiful during the day, but is especially attractive at night.


Located in the northern part of Lithuania, Trakai is an historic town. It was once the capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and is still one of the most visited places in Lithuania.

Trakai is a beautiful town with historical monuments and a rich natural landscape. Trakai is located between three lakes and is a popular destination for both locals and visitors.


Trakai is home to several ethnic and religious communities. Trakai has many buildings with different architectural styles. Some of these buildings include Trakai Parish Church, which has a beautiful Baroque altar. It is also home to a collection of religious objects.

There is also the Trakai History Museum, which showcases the history of Lithuania and the world. There is also an open-air museum, which is called Gruto Parkas. It is also home to a variety of statues from the Soviet era.

Trakai is also known for its traditional Karaim cuisine. The town is home to the Karaite community, who follow the Law of Moses. It is a great place to stop on your way to explore more of Lithuania.

Trakai is also home to the only rowing museum in Lithuania. There are a number of international regattas held in Trakai.


Located on the Baltic coast of Lithuania, Kaunas is the second largest city in Lithuania. It is an important port city. It has an interesting Old Town. The city is also known for its modernist architecture. It is also a popular weekend retreat for Lithuanians.

There are many places to see in Kaunas. The Cathedral is a large church that has undergone changes throughout the years. The building is a mixture of Italian baroque and Renaissance features. The Cathedral also has painted glass windows.

The Kaunas Museum is a great place to learn about the history of Kaunas. It contains several exhibitions and collections. There are also underground exhibits in the Kaunas Town Hall.


The Kaunas Cathedral was used as a storeroom during the Nazi occupation. The building was restored in the 1990s. It was also used as a film set for the Catherine the Great movie. The Old Wise Man is the largest sculpture in Kaunas.

Kaunas is also known for its murals. The city has a great collection of murals in Art Deco buildings and streets. These murals are designed for free expression. Some of the murals are by famous artists, such as Jurgis Maciunas. The city is also home to a large open-air Ethnography Museum.


Known as a port city, Klaipeda is the third largest city in Lithuania. It's also the most important ice-free port on the east coast of the Baltic Sea. It generates twelve percent of Western Lithuania's GDP, making it a major transport hub.

Klaipeda is a quaint town with plenty of attractions. Its Old Town is a unique blend of German and Scandinavian architecture. It's also a city that is famous for its white sand beaches. The best time to visit is in the summer months.

One of the best attractions in Klaipeda is the Castle Museum. It contains archeological finds from Klaipeda's history. There is also a museum that focuses on the Second World War. It's located in an authentic 16th-18th century underground defensive gallery.

The Lithuanian Sea Museum is also a popular attraction. It features a glass-tunnel aquarium, a dolphin show, and pools with various sea animals. It also has a special exhibit about shipping and fishes.

The best restaurant in Klaipeda is the Meridianas Ship Cafe. It was once a USRR (Russian) ship, but now it's a luxury restaurant. You can also take a tour of the Dane River from a boat.

There are many museums in Klaipeda. Among the most interesting ones are the History Museum of Lithuania Minor, the Blacksmith's Museum, and the Klaipeda Museum.

Olando kepure

Located in the Pajuris Regional Park, Cafe Resthouse Camping "Olando kepure" is the perfect place for business meetings, romantic dinners or private celebrations. Its location is close to some of the most amazing nature in Lithuania's seaside.

One of the most famous and beautiful seaside towns in Lithuania is Palanga. It has a pleasant atmosphere and a lot to offer tourists. Palanga has a variety of parks and museums. There are also many biking and hiking trails. In the winter, there is an indoor ski arena. In the summer, there is an adventure park and a swimming area.

In addition, the town has a unique architecture and is known for its sand dunes. During the summer, it gets crowded on weekends. During the low season, it can be quite empty. In addition, there are six other beaches within a five-kilometer radius.

One of the most popular open-air museums in Lithuania is Arklio Muziejus. It is known for its horse museum, as well as its hands-on activities. It is a great place to visit with kids. There are several different exhibits to explore, including a replica of an old fisherman's house and a collection of various fish.

The Curonian Spit is a unique part of the Lithuanian coastline. There are small towns and villages along it, as well as golden sandy dunes.

Gediminas Tower

Located in the heart of Vilnius, Gediminas Tower is the most popular tourist attraction in Lithuania. This landmark is an important symbol of the city and it is considered to be the founding father of Vilnius. The tower offers stunning views of the city and the historic quarter.

The tower has been rebuilt many times over the course of 700 years. The original structure was built in wood and it is a remnant of the Upper Castle.

Gediminas Tower has a museum that houses historical material of Old Vilnius. Visitors can see reconstructions of the castles built in the 14th and 17th centuries. It also displays iconographic material of Old Vilnius.

The tower has an observation deck, which gives you an excellent view of the city. Gediminas Tower is located in the heart of the city, allowing you to see Vilnius from a different perspective. The view stretches across the river valleys and the new town district in the southern part of Vilnius.

There are many different attractions and sights in the city. Some of the best include the Gediminas Tower, Vilnius Cathedral, and the Old Town. The Old Town is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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Located 30km west of Vilnius, Trakai is the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It is known for its medieval castle and authentic food.

The town is surrounded by a forest, and the Skarbelis lakes are located near the city. You can explore these lakes and their surroundings.

The city also has several museums, including the Lithuanian Sea Museum, which has a dolphinarium. In addition to this, you can visit the Lithuanian National Museum. There are many historical books and rare items on display here. The Amber Museum explains the production of amber and gives you a glimpse into the history of amber.

In the old town, you can find a variety of buildings and parks. You can also visit the National Art Gallery. This museum houses eleven galleries that display artwork from the nineteenth century to the present day. There are also temporary exhibitions.

The city's museums are also well-known. You can visit the Prehistoric Lithuania Exhibition, which explains the history of Lithuania up to the Middle Ages. You can also visit the Gruto Parkas, an open-air museum that features Soviet-era statues and propaganda materials.

In addition to these, you can also visit the Grand Dukes' Palace, which was a former residence of the Grand Dukes. This building also includes a cafe and a gift shop.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Lithuania

Getting a ticket for a guided tour in Lithuania is an excellent way to learn about the culture and history of the country. The capital, Vilnius, is one of the largest old towns in Europe. The city is also home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Curonian Spit. The spit is a sand bar along the Baltic Sea that is home to nature enthusiasts and fishing villages.

The Vilnius Jewish Museum gives an interesting look at the history of Lithuania's Jewish community. Visitors can learn about the city's former Jewish ghetto and how the Nazis occupied Vilnius. The museum's exhibits include stories and exhibits that show the horrors of the Holocaust. It also features the former KGB headquarters. It takes around 1.5-2 hours to see everything at the museum.

Another great museum in Lithuania is the National Museum. Located inside the Vilnius Castle Complex, the museum is an excellent place to learn about the history of the country. Visitors can see artifacts that are authenticated by archaeologists. The museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday. It closes one hour earlier on public holidays. Visitors can tour the museum's prison cells and learn about genocide artifacts.

If you're looking for a day trip from Vilnius, you can visit Anyksciai Regional Park. This park is easy to get to from the city and features a 300-meter treetop walking path, 360-degree panoramic views, archeological sites, and hiking trails. There are also 32 lakes to explore. The park is also home to the largest moving sand dunes in Europe.

Another great day trip is to visit Dzukija National Park. There are several hiking trails and archaeological sites that cover 400 square kilometers of land. The park is also home to 30 rivers and hundreds of lakes. The park is also home to spruce trees, wildlife, and more.

There are also several museums that offer free entrance. You can visit the Hill of Crosses, an old tradition that is considered to be a sacred site. The park is free to enter, but visitors must be accompanied by an employee. There are over 100,000 crosses at the site, and religious statues can also be seen. It's also worth exploring the museum at the site, which is a former Soviet jail.

Vilnius is also home to the National Museum - Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. The palace was once the home of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and is a great place to learn about the history of the area. It also features stately ceremonial rooms that show how the ruling class of the 17th century lived. There are also exhibits that show traditional weaponry and armor.

Vilnius is also home to a number of parks and green spaces. The Uzupis neighborhood is home to a number of art galleries and sculpture parks. The Grutas Park features Soviet-era statues. Another great destination is the Church Heritage Museum. It features a number of European decorative items.

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