Lithuania is a surprising destination on the Baltic sea. Discover its different colours, the deep green forests, its blue from the Baltic sea and the red Rooftops in the capital Vilnius.
Situated on the Baltic Sea, Lithuania will surprise you. Discover its vibrant colours, the deep green forests, its blue from the Baltic sea and the red rooftops in the capital Vilinius.
Lithuania is very proud of its UNESCO heritage. This tiny country boasts a long list of UNESCO cultural and natural heritage sites. The medieval old town in the capital Vilnius is one of Eastern Europe’s biggest and most well preserved. This compact and walkable city shows impressive architecture with street art and makes it an urban gallery on its own.
Kaunas was once the temporary capital of Lithuania. It stands out for its interwar architecture and is becoming a modern city with its very a unique character.
Lithuania has five National Parks, which are well worth the visit. They all shine in their own uniqueness and offer wonderful opportunities to enjoy different activities, explore the countryside and Lithuania’s natural world.
Near Šiauliai, you will find a hill covered with thousands of wooden crosses. During the Soviet era, the authorities would remove them, but locals would replace them. The Hill of Crosses is a symbol of faith, hope and freedom.