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Walk the ancient streets of Vilnius old town, where Lithuanian Jewish history can be traced back to the 14th century. The classic Lithuanian Jew (Litvak) is known in folklore for a love of education, no-nonsense straight-talk and certain sardonic..
Let the Lithuania landscape slide past your window as you travel 40 minutes to Trakai, located 18 miles (28 kilometers) west of Vilnius. Learn more about the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Battle of Grunwald, and Vytautas the Great (1392-1430). Th..
The Curronian Spit is a narrow peninsula, a 61 mile (98 kilometer) long, separating the Baltic Sea from the Curronian Lagoon. The main settlements on the Lithuanian section of the Curronian Peninsula, Nida, Preila, Pervalka, Juodkrante and Alksny..
Siauliai is the fourth largest city of Lithuania. By the 15th century Siauliai was a relatively large town. Today there are 150.000 inhabitants. Visit the Hill of Crosses near Siauliai, where the Pope John Paul II held the most highly attended ma..
Kaunas is the second largest city in Lithuania and lies within 100 kilometers of Vilnius. It is situated at the confluence of the rivers Nemunas and Neris. Kaunas is charming not only for its historical buildings, green parks, but it is well known fo..
Situated 50 miles (80 kilometers) to the northwest of Vilnius and 12 miles (20 kilometers) from Kaunas is the Rumsiskes, an Open-Air Museum of Lithuanian Folk life, located on a 40-acre park. You can see all four areas of Lithuania as they looked..
The collection of the museum consists of monumental sculptures and bas-reliefs of "heroes" of the Soviet period symbolizing brutality and absurdity of the Soviet system and occupation, reflects manipulation of the facts of history and shows..
At over 400 km2, Lithuania's first national park (1974) offers a breathtaking break away from it all. Thirty rivers, over one hundred lakes, large wooded areas featuring 200-year-old-plus oaks, marshes, and villages entirely overlooked by the creepin..
See top Vilnius attractions, visit quirky neighborhoods and sample tasty Lithuanian tidbits and beer on a 3-hour city walking tour! With a local guide to show you around, your tour includes visits to Vilnius’ UNESCO-listed Old Town, St Anne’s Church,..