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Lithuanian City Squares—Testament to Overlapping Historical Eras and Architectural Gems
Many Lithuanian squares have recently been reconstructed but have retained layers of city character entrenched in their tiles. Vingriai Stream Square in the capital, and the award-winning Unity Square in the second-largest city are some examples of Lithuanian architectural ingenuity, the fusion of the old with the contemporary, and public-serving functionality.
Blending Love for Baking and Lithuanian Heritage: 3 Family-Owned Bakeries Beloved by Locals
As Autumn gradually brings in colder weather and shorter days, Lithuanians frequent bakeries to warm up and enjoy a comforting treat. Three such family-owned confectionaries — Biržų Duona, Pinavija, and Patorė Sesės — have become especially beloved by Vilnius’ locals for their home-like atmosphere and genuine love for the craft of baking.
Lithuania’s Autumnal Nature — from Sea of Golden Trees to Foggy Bogs
Lithuanian nature gains a whole new palette of sights, sounds, and senses in the Autumn. Visitors can be enveloped with the serenity and mystery of the season by observing vast orange forests from observation towers or hiking in quiet dunes emptied of tourists.
The Destination for Unique Accommodations: 10 Novel Places to Stay in Lithuania
When traveling, going back to a hotel should not mean that the day’s thrills are over. In Lithuania, there are multiple lodging options that are attractions by themselves, including a Swiss-style holiday home, an off-the-grid wooden hut, and a 19th-century manor.
Lithuania Through Latvian Eyes — Same at First Glance, Different in Person
Latvians are being invited to visit and rediscover Lithuania as part of the “Same, but different” campaign, which aims to highlight how Lithuania may still offer unexpected or surprising experiences in an environment that feels similar to home.
Lithuania, Land of Record-Breaking Sights: From First-Ever Devil Museum to World’s Largest Dreamcatcher
Lithuania boasts of an impressive number of record-breaking spots to visit. From the world’s largest labyrinth made from TVs to the first-ever museum dedicated to devils, visitors with a taste for the curious can break their own record of memorable moments collected during a trip.
Country of Architectural Contrasts — How Were Baroque Churches Built Alongside Fachwerk Homes in Lithuania?
Despite being compact in size, Lithuania is a melting pot of various contrasting architectural styles that reflect how the country’s character and values have changed over time. From German-influenced Fahwerk houses to intricate Baroque diamonds and Art Deco innovation, architecture enthusiasts can admire its unique urban landscape.
From Foraging Championship to Hearty Dinner: Lithuania Turned Mushroom Picking Into Autumn Entertainment
400 varieties of edible fungi, bountiful forests, and mushroom picking championships lure avid foragers to Lithuanian woods in early autumn. Both a beloved leisure time entertainment and a means to stock up the pantries before winter, mushroom picking has become a fall staple in the country.
Eco-Friendly Day in Lithuania: Electric Transportation, Plant-Based Culinary Heritage, and Sleeping on Eco-Farm
Eco-friendly explorations of Lithuania involve getting around in shared cars, enjoying the country’s iconic dish, cold beetroot soup šaltibarščiai, in innovative plant-based restaurants, and spending the night on an environmentally-friendly farm complex.
Reimagining Lithuania’s Cityscapes: Former Prisons and Factories Repurposed Into Cultural Hubs
Faced with discussions over sustainability and regulatory limitations, an increasing number of buildings in Lithuania are now undergoing adaptive reuse and transforming into modern and lively cultural spaces. From train stations to dredgers, to even a prison, repurposed buildings reveal how heritage can gain new life and become cultural relics for local communities.