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Lithuania under quarantine: don’t panic
To mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Lithuania has announced a nation-wide quarantine and closed its borders until April 13. If you are in Lithuania at the moment and planning on returning home, don’t panic – you are not on your own. We hope you find the answers to your questions below.
Lithuania closes borders due to COVID-19 (Constantly updated)
Lithuania closes borders until April 13 due to COVID-19. The country is eager to invite tourists after the spread is fully mitigated.
Airbnb and Lithuania Travel sign first Experiences partnership in Baltics
Airbnb and Lithuania Travel have signed a partnership to promote healthy and sustainable tourism in the Baltics. It is the first partnership between a destination marketing organization (DMO) and a travel platform in the region.
The Bathhouse Experience Map of Lithuania
It may not have occurred to you that a bathhouse for Lithuanians is as sacred as the sauna is for Finns. Lithuanian bathmasters have long-lasting bathhouse traditions and use only natural materials such as plants, honey and amber for health rituals.
You can find not only traditional bathhouses here in Lithuania, but also a bathhouse built in a tree, at a mill or a manor – there is even a bathhouse made from amber!
For bathhouse-goers we present information about bathhouses in all the regions of Lithuania. These places are where the temperature is the highest in Lithuania all year round!
What are the latest European Destinations of Excellence in Lithuania?
In late January, the latest Lithuanian additions to the European Destinations of Excellence (EDEN) network were announced. The theme for EDEN 2019 was Wellness, and Paliesius Manor with its physical therapy clinic, located in the district of Ignalina, was selected the overall winner. The panel of experts praised the manor for its uniqueness and commitment to social, cultural and environmental sustainability.
How does foreign news media present Lithuania to travellers?
In 2019, Lithuania was covered as a travel destination by TIME, The Times, The Independent, Travel+Leisure, Le Monde and a variety of specialized publications and blogs, which have audiences in the millions.
7 Lithuanian dishes for your Christmas table this year
Wondering how to spice up your Christmas table this year? We’re guessing you’re looking for something simple yet exotic, homey yet exquisite, right? Wait, that sounds exactly like a Lithuanian dish! Sweet, savoury, crispy and colourful – we have all bases covered. Lithuania Travel brings you some mouth-watering dishes for this season!
Discover the ghospitable Lithuania
Trick-or-treat! Wait, what? Lithuanians don’t celebrate Halloween. Shocker, right? We know, but we do get to hang out with ghosts, faeries and witches ALL YEAR ROUND for other occasions. We’re not just ghospitable to otherworldly creatures, we’re also pretty hospitable to people as well! Visit to learn more about the quirky nature of Lithuania.
Looking for well-being and happiness? Lithuania has the answers
Tired of traffic jams in the morning - jobs that needed to be done yesterday - kids with never ending colds - not meeting that 10,000-step goal - and bad cholesterol levels that are on the up and up? Seems like someone needs to recharge their batteries! If so, we’ve got a unique escape plan for you: a trip to Lithuania!
How Emmy-award-winning Chernobyl series made Lithuania a prime destination for alternative tourism
A fresh look on an event that almost changed the course of human history. A masterpiece of on-screen storytelling. HBO’s Chernobyl, a massive hit with viewers and critics around the world, has just won 3 Emmy awards. The name Lithuania was mentioned several times at the ceremony, with the crew and actors praising the location, where 80% of the series were filmed. Nuclear tourism – centered around the decommissioned Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (INPP) – has been booming in Lithuania since the series premiere. In a span of just several months the series’ fame brought thousands of fans to the country.