Lithuania does not have mountain peaks, dense forests or endless deserts. However its nature is unique and versatile. Lithuanian landscape is mostly lowlying plains with beautiful hills, steep slopes and skyblue lakes and rivers.
Vilnius, set along the banks of the Vilnia River, is distinguished for its numerous parks, Baroque towers and countless historic buildings of different styles.
Trakai, the historical capital of ancient Lithuania, is only 30 kilometres away from Vilnius. The town is set next to the scenic lake that has 21 islands, and one of them houses Trakai Island Castle.
The city of Kaunas lies in the confluence of Neman (Memel) and Neris rivers. It is famous for its Old Town with various outdoor cafés, shops and well-preserved old buildings.
Klaipėda, a port city 210 kilometres away from Vilnius, was known as Memel in the era of the Teutonic Knights and Prussia until 1923. The main attractions here are half-timbered buildings and the Wilhelm's Post Office.
The Curonian Spit separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast. It is about 100 kilometres long.
The Curonian Spit boasts impressive views. Its main resort is a lovely town of Nida, where famous German novelist Thomas Mann lived for many years.
The resort town of Palanga is a well known place suitable for rest and healing. The town is 750 years old. In the early 20th century Palanga could compete with the best German resorts, and its beach was arranged following the best foreign practices.
Old City fascination and the glitter of the megapolis, modern SPA-resorts and charm of old manors, golf fields of international level and private beaches...Lithuanian hotels are able to surprise!
Fresh natural products, incomparable dishes of Lithuanian cuisine and elegant interiors will turn any meal into a gourmet-journey!
Fabulous weather and a myriad of sights - a real "small land of adventures"!
Druskininkai, a small spa town, is well-known in Russia for its mineral springs, healing muds, modern health resorts, clean air and scenery nature.
Its mineral waters and muds are used to heal various diseases.