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Since this Baltic nation gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1990, Lithuania has charged forward into modernity, becoming more and more enticing to world travellers over the years.

Fairytale woodlands, peaceful stretches of coastline, cultural wood-carvings, and seemingly endless summer days - it’s safe to say that there’s an ethereal, dream-like quality to holidays in Lithuania.

This small country, neighboured by Poland, Latvia, and Belarus, is home to just 2.8 million people, many of which live in the capital city of Vilnius. This dynamic destination is home to spa resorts, an Old Town dotted with Baroque architecture, cobblestone laneways, and like many other European capitals, plenty of churches. However as Lithuania was the final country in the continent to convert to Christianity, the city still bears a trace of a pagan past with the park by Vilnius Cathedral hosting a solstice, pagan-inspired fire event twice a year.

Lithuania’s section of the Baltic coast is another incredible part of the country, popular among outdoor lovers thanks to its undulating sand dunes, including the 61-mile-long Curonian Spit dunes, often referred to as the Baltic Sahara. Covering the rest of the country’s natural landscape are dense pine forests, quaint farmlands, and wildlife-filled marshes. In other words, Lithuania is the place to visit when you need space to roam and breathe.


Experience the best of the Baltic with these Lithuanian experiences.

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