Back on the map since 1990, Lithuania still flies under the radar of most travelers. That might be why we like it. Unlike its Baltic neighbors with their coastal capitals, Lithuania relies on the charms of lovely Vilnius. Relatively small, Lithuania has a population of three million. Half a million live in Vilnius. Lithuania is a quaint, quirky, inviting destination for travel. With its northern latitude, Lithuania is best visited from late March to late-September. The mild summers are comfortable for travelers from colder climates. But visiting Lithuania is fun any time.
Top Lithuania vacation destinations
In Vilnius you'll find Europe's largest Baroque Old Town. It's on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You should also visit sights as the Hill of Crosses and Trakai Castle. Venturing westwards from the capital you will reach first Kaunas. Known as a city of museums, it has a compact but lively Old Town. Go all the way to the coast and you'll reach Klaipeda, the country's main port. It's an ideal starting point for exploring the UNESCO-listed Curonian Spit. These are a few of the options for traveling in Lithuania.
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Lithuania joined the EU in 2004. It is a member of the Schengen Area. That means entry by road from Estonia, Latvia or Poland is simple. In 2015 Lithuania joined the Euro. This simplifies travel between Lithuania and its Baltic neighbors. Belarus no longer requires a visa providing you stay less than 30 days and arrive and depart from Minsk International Airport. We can create an itinerary for you that combines Lithuania with any or all of them.
Lithuania vacation packages
Our comprehensive vacation packages make traveling in Lithuania easy. Accommodation in Lithuania is comfortable and affordable. Getting between Our local guides will be on-hand to assist all vacationers. Wherever you want to travel in Lithuania, we can make it happen. Visit Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius, or all of them. Contact us for a free travel consultation and we'll start planning the perfect Lithuania vacation, just for you.
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Popular Lithuania Vacation Itineraries
Our suggested itineraries in Lithuania and neighboring countries allow you to enjoy a multi-destination tour with ease. Our Lithuania vacation packages make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.
For such a small country, there's a lot to see in Lithuania. You'll begin your week long tour of Lithuania in the quirky capital Vilnius, with its sizeable baroque old town. Next you will enjoy a private transfer to Klaipeda, the country's Baltic sea port. From here you will visit Nida on the Curonian Spit. Your tour ends in Kaunas, Lithuania's lively second city, known for its museums. read full itinerary
We start in the medieval city of Tallinn which is highlighted by its charming old town. Then we travel onto the exquisite port city of Riga with its impressive collection of Art Nouveau architecture. We finish up in glorious Vilnius with the largest surviving old town in Northern Europe. read full itinerary
This ten day itinerary features overnight stays in Krakow, Warsaw and Vilnius. All three cities have a significant Jewish heritage to be explored, as well as a wealth of other historical and cultural aspects. read full itinerary
Over the course of two weeks, you can take in the capitals of the three Baltic states as well as St Petersburg. Start from quirky Vilnius, then it's big-city Riga and on to the medieval coziness of Tallinn. A short ferry across the Baltic Sea gets you to design-forward Helsinki. Finish up with a high speed train ride to St Petersburg, the magnificent imperial city in western Russia. read full itinerary