The Baltic Sea may not be as warm as thte Med or the Aegean – to say the very least – but the thousands of beaches in the region are amongst the widest, wildest and sandiest in all of Europe. Many are also quite often deserted. Even during high summer you need not worry about somebody knocking over your sandcastle on the endless stretches of white beach.
Source: Six of the best: Baltic beaches – Emerging Europe | Intelligence, Community, News
Summer travel in Europe now seems possible as many countries open borders, restaurants and hotels and create “air bridges” to liberate flights.
Source: Summer In Europe: The 20 Safest Places For Travel And Tourism Post-Coronavirus, According To European Best Destinations
In Lithuania’s capital of Vilnius, many of the plazas and streets are being turned into outdoor seating to help restaurants stay open during COVID-19.
Source: Lithuania Allows Restaurant Seating to Expand Into Streets and Plazas to Safely Reopen its Vibrant Old Town Cafes
The Sony World Photography Awards has announced its top photos from each of the 63 countries that submitted, and they do not disappoint.
Source: Amazing National Winners of the 2020 Sony World Photography Awards
Those with a penchant for history, gastronomy, architecture or the arts will find Vilnius has it all in troves. Audrey Gillan gives the lowdown…
Source: City Guide: Vilnius | ABTA Magazine
Explore the best places in Lithuania, from historic cities full of modern culture, to dream-like Baltic shores, to vast lakes, forests and remote treasures.
Source: 15 best places to see in Lithuania | Skyscanner’s Travel Blog
Discover Neringa: Reasons to Explore the Magnificent Curonian Spit, Lithuania, Including Beautiful Beaches, Wildlife, Sand Dunes, Heritage & History…
Source: Discover Neringa: Reasons to Explore Lithuania’s Magnificent Curonian Spit
Information on visiting and staying in Vilnius, Lithuania, including top attractions, hotels, and restaurants.
Source: Vilnius Historic Center
Amy McPherson travels to Lithuania and learns the story of Neringa and the Hill of Witches.
Source: The Legends of Lithuania’s Curonian Spit
As the Daniel Libeskind–designed MO Modern Art Museum opens, the city prepares for its global close-up—and deservedly so…
Source: Now Is the Time to Visit Vilnius, Lithuania’s Sophisticated Capital | Architectural Digest
Planning a trip to the Baltic states? If you’re thinking about going to Estonia and Latvia, you may be considering Lithuania as well. Here are the best things to see and do in the capital city of Vilnius, Lithuania.
Source: 10 Things To Do in Vilnius, Lithuania | Kevin & Amanda
Vilnius is just starting to earn a reputation for itself as one of Europe’s hottest city-break destinations. So what shouldn’t you miss during a break to the Lithuanian capital?
Source: Travel Guide to Vilnius, Lithuania: what is there to see and do
In 2018, Lithuanian celebrates the 100th anniversary of the restoration of its statehood. From a new seaside cycle route to unique folk festivals, here are five ways you can join the party
Source: 5 reasons you must visit Lithuania in 2018
The Curonian Spit is a unique and vulnerable, sandy and wooded cultural landscape on a coastal spit with small Curonian lagoon settlements.
This extended sand dune peninsula is 98 km long and 0.4-4 km wide. Its human habitation dates back to prehistoric times. During this period, natural forces of wind and wave have threatened the spit. Only continuous human efforts to fight the erosion of the Spit have made possible its survival today.
The Curonian Spit is a transboundary property, belonging both to the Klaipeda Region (Lithuania) and the Kaliningrad District (Russian Federation). The status of their respective National Parks guarantees the protection of the cultural landscape. They share the common goal of preserving the natural and cultural attributes of the property.
Formation and Evolution
Photo: Lithuania Travel
From bright orange bicycles to baroque book stores, Lithuania has plenty of reasons to part visitors from their euros.
Source: Lithuania has the euro: Here are 11 ways to spend it
Photo: Huffington Post
The second week of Diana Lee’s 10,000 mile road trip across the Eurasian continent marked a watershed moment — she had officially exited the nations commonly defined as “Western European,” and entered the Baltic countries, a region that was new and exciting for all of us.
Source: Week 2 of the Mongol Diaries in Pictures: Lithuania to Russia