Tourism and attractions

UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Lithuania

1- Vilnius Old Town: The old capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, is among the largest historical centers in Central and Eastern Europe. 2- Kernavė: The ancient capital of Lithuania, a complex of historical hillforts and an archeo logical site, called “Troy of Lithuania” 3- Curonian Spit: The resort and nature reserve. 4- Struve geodetic arc Vilnius...

Lithuanian Tourism Attractions

Nearly 3 million tourists have visited Lithuania in 2019, and although numbers were totally different in 2020, Lithuania hopes to get travellers back in the nearest years. Tourism industry makes 3 % of countries GDP and employs around 50.000 people. Lithuania has 4 UNESCO heritage listed sites Vilnius Old Town, Kernave old capital remaining,...

8 Festivals in Lithuania

Lithuania might be a small country located in the farthest point in the map of Europe but has few of the most fun and energetic festivals celebrated in the entire continent. Galapagai Rock Music Festival Palanga Smelt Festival Vilnius Festival Trakai Middle Age Festival International Vilnius Film Festival The Feast Of Saint John Klaipeda...

National Parks

Protected areas established for the preservation of natural and cultural features: • Aukštaitija National Park • Žemaitija National Park • Kuršių Nerija National Park • Dzūkija National Park • Trakai Historical National Park Aukštaitija National Park Žemaitija National Park Kuršių Nerija National Park Dzūkija National Park Trakai Historical National Park

Aukštaitija National Park

Boasting patchwork of invaluable natural resources, dazzling lakes, and wild woods are what represents Aukstaitija, the first-ever national park of Lithuania. It is a gem of the north-eastern corner of the country and houses several lakes and traditional villages. Tourists to this place get to know Lithuania’s biodiversity and catch a glimpse of its...

Dzūkija National Park

Dzūkija National Park، a national park in Dzūkija, Lithuania, was established in 1991 in order to preserve the pine forests, the landscape, and the villages of the region. The area encompasses 584.53 square kilometers on the banks of the Nemunas River. The park is the largest protected area in Lithuania. It belongs to both...