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Vilnius Old Town

One of the largest and most beautiful in Central and Eastern Europe. Famous for its Baroque architecture, cosy narrow streets and a Montmartre of its own – the Užupis Republic, the Mecca of artists with different galleries and art performances - Vilnius Old Town will fascinate you. For a splendid view of the Old Town be sure to make your way onto Gediminas' hill.

Unforgettable Neringa

Over five thousand years ago the waves and winds of the Baltic Sea drifted dunes and eventually shaped the Curonian Spit – a stripe of land which separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea. When you’re here, be sure to travel to Nida and see the wandering sand dunes. The landscape will leave you astounded: hills of white sand in the middle, waves of the Baltic to your right and the calm waters of the Curonian Lagoon on your left. A desert amidst water. Don’t forget your camera!

The monument to Frank Zappa

That’s right. The peculiar fact is that Zappa never did visit Lithuania, nor did he have anything in common with this Baltic country. But when Lithuania gained independence from the Soviets, people wanted to do something with their new-found freedom. So did Saulius Paukštys, who thought that in a free country, one could have a monument to Frank Zappa built if he found other people who supported the idea too. And so he did. The world’s first monument to Zappa was erected in the Lithuanian capital. If you’re in Vilnius, be sure to drop by: K. Kalinausko Street 1.

The SPA resorts of Druskininkai

The small and peaceful town of Druskininkai in Southern Lithuania is an ideal place for a relaxing getaway. If you’re the one who enjoys peaceful walks and spa treatments or you’d like to spend your time more actively and go cycling, playing golf or have fun in a water park, consider coming here.


A small and cozy town near Vilnius surrounded by five lakes. You can rent a boat, wheel the pedalo and go yachting or simply take a walk and make your way to Eastern Europe’s biggest castle, located on an island. The castle now hosts a museum and you can travel in time to the glorious times in Lithuanian history. And you must try the famous kybyns and other local dishes!


This small town on the right bank of the Nemunas river is a quiet and restful location with many green areas. Birštonas is a perfect place to relax. The town is also known for its international jazz festival.


The majestic baroque complex built during the latter half of the 17th century. Every day Pažaislis is visited by those who are looking for relaxation or are interested in art, architecture and legends about the ensemble of Pažaislis church and monastery.

Ensemble of  St. Anne and Bernardine churches in Vilnius

One of the most famous architectural monuments in Lithuania. St. Anne's Church is known for its impressive late Gothic facade.This church is undoubtedly the most celebrated building in Lithuania. As the legend says, Napoleon Bonaparte was impessed by St. Anne's Church and wanted to carry it to Paris in the palm of his hand.

Interwar Kaunas architecture

Lithuania experienced  industrial growth during the Interwar period. Kaunas became the temporary capital of Lithuania and this resulted in the rapid modernization of the city. Borough of Žaliakalnis ant the New Town are the districts most saturated with art deco style architecture. The most famous examples of interwar architecture in Kaunas are the Bank of Lithuania, The centre of Dairy industry “Pienocentras”, the Church of Christ Ressurection in Žaliakalnis, the War Museum, Central post building and entire V. Putvinskio street.