Lithuania Travel   Booth No : D-006  

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City break
Lithuania is very compact country. You can have breakfast in the capital Vilnius and in 4 hours be relaxing on the seashore. With short distances and a comfortable infrastructure, Lithuania allows you to pack in many sightseeing opportunities along the way.
Vilnius, Kaunas and Klaipeda are the biggest Lithuanian cities. Get ready to explore their history and vibrant culture attending the traditional events, cultural hubs and, of course, having gastronomical experiences. Get to know Lithuania through truly local, seasonal and authentic flavours - everything from resurrected historic dishes to creative modern approaches and restaurants aiming to identify new Lithuanian cuisine. By the way, Lithuania is probably the only country in the world providing it’s national menu for all the guests.
CAPITAL VILNIUS. Vilnius Old Town is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is the largest in the Baltic States. Vilnius Old Town is full of narrows streets and specialised shops. The bohemian atmosphere of the quarter of Užupis, which used to be a craftsmen’s neighbourhood, resembles of that of Montmartre in Paris. If you get a bird’s-eye view of Vilnius, you’ll see dozens of church steeples and domes snuggled between the red roofs of the Old Town.
KAUNAS. Once the temporary capital of Lithuania, what sets Kaunas apart from other Lithuanian and European cities is its interwar architecture. With its abundance of buildings dating from this period, it surely deserves a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is the European Capital of Culture for 2022. Medieval Kaunas Castle, numerous fortresses, Pazaislis monastery and Devil museum are worth visiting in Kaunas.
KLAIPEDA. Lithuania’s only sea city, its port is home to both cruise ships and commercial ships alike. Heritage of German culture and rich history makes Klaipeda unique. Former Memel takes great pride in its marine traditions. Every year it celebrates those traditions at its Sea Festival, which has been held on the last weekend of July since 1934. Marine life awaits in the Sea Museum with dolphinarium.

Nature tourism
In recent times, when “nature-deficit” becomes relevant problem in many countries, Lithuania can claim to be an unspoilt natural paradise with its vast expanses of forest covering one third of the country, and dozens of well-preserved national and regional parks. App. 30 observation towers and more than 200 hiking trails can be found in the most beautiful surroundings of national and regional parks.
Covering an area of 65,000 km2 Lithuania stands out with a population density of half that of other European countries; thus, tourists can easily escape the buzz of the city and go cycling or horse riding, kite surfing, bird watching or relaxing in countryside homestead. With approximately 3000 natural lakes, rivers, a coastline sea and lagoon, one’ll find there’s plenty of opportunities for water activities – from kayaking, sup’ing, boating and fishing to yachting.
Nature sometimes is called the most beautiful town in Lithuania, worth observing in every of 4 seasons of the year.

Health tourism in Lithuania combines the highest quality service and wonderful nature that allows to offer a wide range of aesthetic, beauty, and wellness services. Mineral waters, healing mud, Lithuanian herbs and amber are just a few local natural remedies whose healing properties are successfully used by Lithuanian health service providers. In Lithuania, you can quickly regain strength in spas in the big cities or treat yourself to the pleasures of health and beauty oases away from the city’s bustle.
Except official resort areas in Lithuania (such as Trakai, Ignalina, Zarasai, Anyksciai and Kaunas district), there are 4 resorts in Lithuania.
The resort towns Druskininkai and Birštonas have the oldest wellness traditions in Lithuania. There are mineral water sources and the latest diagnosis and treatment technology used in wellness and health centres.
In Palanga and Neringa resorts, which are situated in Lithuanian seaside, one can enjoy thalassotherapy (form of therapy which uses sea climate and sea products such as sand, mud, etc.). You can experience SPA procedures with amber dust, milk bath or mud application procedures.
Those looking for untraditional wellness experiences in Lithuania can find apitherapy (therapy with bees), forest therapy or Lithuanian rituals in local sauna.