Beautiful, vibrant, and undiscovered, Lithuania is the quintessential hidden jewel of the Baltic. From its immaculate coastline to its vast expanses of lush greenery, this popular Baltic destination is sure to become a favorite on any travelers list. But don't let its tranquility fool you; the country has come to define itself with vigor and tenacity through its colorful history by being one of the first nations to declare independence from the Soviet Union. Its quaint, vintage cities, juxtaposed by the eccentric lifestyles and personalities of their inhabitants, create a distinct and unforgettable nature that can only be experienced by visiting this hidden gem. Let these quaint village towns, abundant with Lithuania hotels, be your next vacation destination!
Figuratively speaking, Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is located at the very heart of Europe, situated just kilometers from the geographical center. The city itself is rather small, but it boasts as being one of the most frequently visited cities Eastern Europe. Its contrasting baroque architecture, eccentric community and relaxed atmosphere provide a backdrop to one of the most interesting destinations within the country, and a stay at one of the breathtaking Vilnuis hotels is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
If you're looking to experience the fresh, salt-infused air of the Baltic coast, try visiting the harbor city of Klaipeda. This alluring destination is a favorite among local travelers seeking an escape from metropolitan areas. Infused with local charm, Klaipeda is a refreshing change from typical European travel destinations. While visiting, be sure to book with one of the many luxurious Klaipedia hotels as they are sure to leave each visitor eager to revisit this popular seaside destination.
Traditional Lithuanian cuisine is often characterized by ingredients that are suited to the country's northern climate. These products, such as potatoes, barley, rye, berries and mushrooms, are frequently used in Lithuanian dishes and are typical amongst most Eastern European cuisines. Visitors are often encouraged to sample the savory local cuisine as it is a very heavy and rather satisfying.
Transportation in Lithuaniais very well organized and is rather inexpensive. Visitors are most likely to be flown in though the Vilnius International Airport, but other means of travel around the country are used quite frequently. Among these is the Lithuanian railway service, or Litrail, which provides transport between the capital and many cities within Lithuania. The country itself can also be visited by boat, as it is linked with the Baltic Sea.
It is assured that the true essence of the Baltic lies at heart of this intriguing, one-of-a-kind destination. For travelers seeking to experience a truly unique adventure, Lithuania is without a doubt the undiscovered, best kept secret in Eastern Europe!Currently, we are offering Lithuanian Hotels at the following destinations:
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