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Things to do in Lithuania
Kaunas - go the Ninth Fort
Lithuania was one of a handful of countries that were occupied by both the Russians and Germans during World War 2, and the Ninth Fort is a memorial to the atrocities committed by both, against Lithuanians. The museum, created in 1958, showcases 4 cells in which the atrocities occurred, and threre is a memorial, to the victims of Nazism, located in a field, where an estimated 30,000 people were killed.
Klaipeda - visit the Maritime Museum at the port
Klaipeda has been an important maritime centre for over 750 years, as it is the northern most ice-free port of the Baltic. The port complex has a number of informative sites to visit, including the Maritime Museum, plus an aquarium and dolphinarium. If visiting during the last weekend in July, wander around the many different stalls at the annual Sea Festival, that has been held since 1938.
Vilnius - explore St. Anne's Church
St Anne’s Church in Vilnius is an unusual mix of Gothic design on the outside, and Baroque style on the inside. The stunning brick exterior, completed in 1500, looks like wood from a distance. It has been created by the use of 33 different style of bricks, and has changed little over the centuries. The interior is beautiful, and comes with marble, stunning stained glass windows, as well as statues and frescos.
Vilnius - stroll through the old town
As a city of importance since medieval times, Vilnius has seen many changes over the years. The architecture of the Old Town reflects many of these changes, as some buildings have been perfectly restored and now are part of an UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a walk through the narrow streets and the hidden courtyards and look into the numerous antique and craft shops that make up the area. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, and during the summer months, entertaining, skillful street performers can be seen.
Introduction of Lithuania
Located on the southeastern corner of the Baltic Sea, Lithuania has a wealth of attractions that lure thousands of visitors from the Baltic States, Russia, Scandinavia and Europe. From the sandy beaches of the coast, to the cultural hearth of Vilnius, Lithuania offers something for everyone. Cultural and historical enthusiasts will enjoy the plethora of museums, architectural structures and monuments of past eras, while nature lovers can opt for a more secluded rural escape away from the vibrant cities of Vilnius or Kaunas. Hotels in Lithuania differ depending on the location. Most world-renowned lodgings stand in the larger cities, whereas smaller towns and villages usually provide comfortable and inexpensive lodges, inns and retreats for guests. A greater number of cottages are being erected as agritourism is becoming increasingly popular. The district possesses a phenomenal natural landscape, offering lakes, forests, beaches and highlands for travellers to experience and explore.