Sightseeing

Curonian Spit National Park

A spindling 98 km long strip of land locked in waters of the Baltic sea from West and the Curonian Lagoon form East is a beautiful creation of nature and people endeavor. The present landscape of the Curonian Spit was mostly formed by people trying to put a bridle on winds and sand. That`s why the Curonian Spit was admitted to be a National Park, what is more,it is an exceptional case of human and nature conjunction that was included into UNESCO World Heritage List.

Vilnius Town Hall

In the very center of Vilnius city on the crossing of 2 famous streets – Didžioji (The Great) Street and Vokiečių (Germans) Street, for almost 600 years the Vilnius Town Hall stands in the middle of Town Hall Square. Of course, it is not the same building first built in the 15th century, however, this location has always been important for massing cultural, political and public events.

Museum of Rumšiškės

The Museum of Rumšiškės was established by Lthuanian Ministry of Culture . Rumšiškės itself is a town situated about 30 kilometers far from Kaunas. A lot of evidences supporting the fact about this area to be settled in 1508 can be found in written sources. Even some bronze artifacts were discovered in 1953 here. Established in 1966, the Museum of Rumšiškės was finally opened to the public 8 years later in  1974.

St. Anne's Church

The Roman catholic St. Anne’s Church in Vilnius was built on the left bank of Vilnia river. Various art forms are found here that were delicately brought together by the best craftsmen. Mostly dominanting are the Brick Gothic style, the flamboyant Gothic style and the late Lithuanian Gothic style. Located right in front of the Bernadine Church, St. Anne’s Church is a very beautiful and pristine architectural structure that accurately represents Lithuanian culture and art.

Kaunas Castle

 

Located near the main avenue in Kaunas called Freedom avenue, the Kaunas Castle is easy to find and both  - interesting and useful to visit. This gothic building used to serve for defensive purposes long time ago, but nowadays it is the main tourism information center in Kaunas.

Grūtas Park

In 2010 the crazy Grūtas Park was officially declared to be one of 10 the strangest museums in the World. Grūtas Park is 130 kilometers far from Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania  and only 8 kilometers far from Druskininkai city, which is also called the Lithuanian spa town.

Contemporary Art Centre (CAC)

The largest modern art center in Baltic states as well as in Post-Soviet Europe is located in Vilnius Old Town, in the famous Vokiečių (German)street. The centre was established in order to improve development of contemporary art in Lithuania and successfully integrate into context of World art and is called the Contemporary Art Centre (CAC).

Devils' Museum

The Devils' museum or more commonly known as the Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis Velnių Muziejus is tucked away in the town of Kaunas in Lithuania. The Devils' museum, as the name suggests is the museum where all the devils are housed. With three floors and over two thousand exhibits of devils of various sizes, shapes, colors and materials, this is a very amazing museum that boasts of having the largest collection of devils in a single place in the whole world.

Vilnius TV Tower

The highest building in Lithuania is the Vilnius TV tower. Whithersoever you are in Vilnius city, it can be seen almost from anywhere. It is not only a fascinating building, it is also an original device to implement various projects and also a particular symbol of Lithuanian independence.

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