Lithuania became the first country in the Soviet Republic to leave the USSR in 1990 and since then has been trying to re-establish itself in its own right ever since. There are many relics of the Soviet period such as bunkers and museums, but you will also find a whole lot more in this country including beautiful churches, monasteries, and palaces.



Lithuania is famous for its landscapes, flatlands, abundant forests, lakes and marches. In addition, the seaside with its sandy beaches where amber may be found and the Curonian Spit with its impressive images and dunes attract tourists as well.

From the capital city of Vilnius to wide open spaces like the Curonian Spit, there is a lot to see in this country and a surprising number of quirky and interesting museums like the Beekeeping Museum and the Money Museum. Several spots in the country are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and wherever you choose to go you will find winding cobbled streets, charming local markets, and impressive red brick architecture.

A jewel of baroque architecture

Trakai is a lake resort and historically important city that sits close to Vilnius and makes a nice day trip if you are looking to get out of town.
Trakai dates from the 13th century and is also the home of the Trakai Historical National Park that dates from 1991. One of the main sights in the city is the Island Castle which is also the host of the Trakai Castle Festival and the entire town is surrounded by pretty water.


Almost half of the country is filled with unspoiled natural gems in the form of dense forests, placid lakes, and rushing rivers. The walking trails within these natural parks offer stunning views of nature. For those who love the sand and the sea, the beaches in are a paradise waiting to be appreciated.

beautiful architecture

The church has remained almost unchanged over the last five centuries and is one of the most beautiful and probably the most famous buildings in Vilnius. It is a masterpiece of late Gothic architecture and is surrounded by many legends. The most famous of them recounts how Napoleon wanted to take the church back with him to Paris in his palm.

10 Best Things to Do in LITHUANIA:

1. Wander around Vilnius Old Town
2. Take a trip to Trakai
3. Explore the Curonian Spit & Kursiu Nerija National Park
4. Visit the Museum of Genocide Victims
5. Have a spa session in Neringa

6. Take a journey to the Gate of Dawn
7. Visit the Ginuciai Water Mill
8. Enter the Atomic Bunker Museum
9. Wander at the Siauliai Hill of Crosses
10. Visit the Presidential Palace

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