Flights to Lithuania

Located close to the Baltic Sea, Lithuania is a country that underwent massive modernization after breaking out from Soviet Union in the 1990. It has unspoiled landscapes.

Exuberant and welcoming people, ample grounds for outdoor pursuits, beautiful national parks, stunning beaches and a blend of rural villages and urban towns give Lithuania a perfect backdrop for memorable vacation. The country, which is often considered as ‘quirky’ is known for its beautiful Baltic Seas (even though it has the shortest coastline in comparison to other Baltic States). It is Europe’s best kept secret that deserves to be explored. Places like Vilnius are perfect for artists, where courtyards lure and cobbled streets enchants. Then, there is a nuclear missile site that fascinates and shocks, transporting you the bygone era.

Lithuania is rarely advertised about and mostly makes it into newspapers because of its basketball exploit. But it certainly is worthy of being explored. Of its various places to visit, the country’s majestic Baltic coastline is must see. The unique silver white sand of the Curonian Spit along with lush forest watching over clear blue lakes, offer a visual delight that’s worth experiencing. Fabulous pine tree with plethora of migrating birds are other major attractions.

Vilnius, the capital is intriguing on its own. Colonial with a modern twist, this place is enthralling artists’ enclave. It is characterized by enigmatic courtyards, threadbare cobblestone streets and putrefying corners, which is outshined by ornate beauty beyond belief.

Apart from this, the Soviet sculpture park and a disused nuclear missile site, which has now been converted into the museum of cold war, still fascinate tourists. Some other fascinating places include the Hill of Crosses and Orvydas stone garden. Hill of Crosses is a place that shouldn’t be missed. The awe-inspiring landmark, which along with Museum of Devils and Cold War Museum offers an enthralling view of Lithuania’s history. Museum of Genocide Victims is another place worthy of your time- a reflection of how wars and fights between the states have nothing positive for the civilians.

Those fond of creamy, delectable foods will be lured by this country’s cuisine. Here, sour cream is prominently used for dishes, along with mushrooms, green berries and potatoes. The cuisine is a yummy mix of bread, vegetables and spices, along with meat like pork, beef and lamb.

Flights to Lithuania are available via Wizz Air and Ryanair, which connect major destinations across to the world to Vilnius Airport. Wizz is a budget airlines, whose prices can be compared online for more affordable rates or online discounts. Other operators that serve include Norwegian Air Shuttle and several airlines that offer connecting facilities to the country.

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