Lithuania lies in the northeastern part of Europe and is the largest of the three Baltic States. This beautiful country offers many amazing sights and its people are very proud to show them off with their welcoming hearts. The coastal areas are adorned with fishing boats and kite boards. The refreshing mineral water springs and the pine forests are filled with fragrant air.
Proud of its UNESCO Heritage this tiny country can boast a long list of UNESCO Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. Vilnius is a very cosmopolitan city with astonishing UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The city is famous for its architecture with its white churches and red roofs. It has a focus on high quality services and is a city where everything is within walking distance. It has plenty of cultural, active and health and spa tourism to offer.
If you have a little more time to spare you must discover some of the other cities and the wild grasslands and forests this country has to explore.
Kaunas is the second city of Lithuania, it also has an attractive centre and a couple of interesting museums with exceptional restaurants and bars. A growing number of people are finding Kaunas to be the hub of health and rehabilitation.
Klaipeda’s is another unique location for natural therapeutic remedies situated on the Baltic Sea. The Kopgalis Fort Complex, which houses the Maritime Museum, Aquarium and a Dolphinarium are some of the main attractions in Klaipeda. The Dolphinarium is the only one of this kind in the entire eastern part of the Baltic coast. Visitors come from all over the world not only to enjoy dolphin shows but also to heal with dolphin therapy.
Lithuanian food comes from the land; they catch it in their clear lakes and lagoons, hunt for it in their forests, harvest it in their fields and ripen it in their gardens. Lithuanian cuisine is known for its naturalness and for its ancient cooking traditions served up in new ways. Don’t be surprised if instead of an avocado, you’re served a kohlrabi or if instead of tuna, you get a piece of local zander. And if for dessert you’re offered a piece of curd cheese pie with nettle filling or red beet jelly! All you have to do is sit down and taste everything in front of you.