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If you think Lithuania is somewhere in South America, think again. If your eyes are fixed on a map of the Balkans, press another key on your keyboard. So where is Lithuania located? The lyrics of one of our songs say it’s in the middle of Europe – and indeed, those are not just song lyrics. Using the method of gravitational centres, researchers at the National Institute of Geographic and Forest Information in France established that the geographical centre of Europe is in fact found in Lithuania. The nation is only a few hours by plane from other European capitals and can also easily be reached by coach, train or even boat. So welcome to this country of Northern Europe, to the very centre of Europe… to Lithuania.


Country Highlights

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The Republic of Užupis
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Užupis may be the smallest district in Vilnius, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in style and character. Nestled on the banks of the Vilnelė River, the area is a hive of creativity and eccentricity, attracting the city’s artists, intellectuals and entrepreneurs. The spirit of the district is best embodied by its constitution, a somewhat ironic list of ordinances that is displayed on the walls as you enter. You can take the pretty path alongside the river under Užupis Bridge, and even try your luck on the Swing of Destiny.

Kaunas city
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Once the temporary capital of Lithuania, Kaunas stands out from other Lithuanian and European cities for its interwar architecture. The extremely high concentration of buildings from this period is making it possible for the city to seek a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today, Kaunas is going through a transformation and becoming a modern city with a unique character and pulsing with life.

The Hill of Crosses
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Desecrated but never destroyed, set on fire but never burned down, the Hill of Crosses is a potent symbol of faith, hope, and freedom. And for pilgrims, it is another must-visit location in Lithuania. The Hill of Crosses near Šiauliai is a hill covered with thousands of wooden crosses. During the Soviet era, these crosses were removed by the authorities, but locals continuously replaced them. In 1993, Pope John Paul II prayed here, and he often mentioned the sacred site in his homilies and speeches. He later sent a crucifix to Lithuania which was placed on the hill, and today pilgrims begin and end their journeys at this location.

Kursu Nerija National Park
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The settlements of Alksnynė, Juodkrantė, Pervalka, Preila, and Nida join together into the Neringa resort. The entire resort is located on the Curonian Spit, which is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The strip of sand that separates the Baltic Sea from the Curonian Lagoon is a unique place, enchanting for the magnificence of its dunes and the spirit of Curonian heritage.

Labanoras Regional Park Observation Tower
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At 36 meters high, the observation tower in Labanoras Regional Park is the second tallest in Lithuania. Once you climb up the spiral staircase, you will be astounded by the bird’s eye view of the forests and the Baltieji Lakajai and Juodieji Lakajai lakes, with their many islands and peninsulas.

Aukštaitija National Park and Labanoras Regional Park
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An exceptional corner of nature in Lithuania: Aukštaitija National Park and Labanoras Regional Park will leave you an indelible impression. There are things to do and see all year round. Highlights: Labanoras Regional Park observation tower - the 36 m high observation tower of Labanoras Regional Park is one of the tallest observation towers in Lithuania. The site offers a panorama of Labanoras Regional Park akin to a bird’s eye view. As far as the gaze can wander, the view of Siesartis Lake with its islands and peninsulas can be seen (these belong to the Siesartis Hydrographic Reserve) and the Lakajai Landscape Reserve. These spectacular peninsulas and islands full of rare species of plants and other natural objects. Ladakalnis - the legendary Ladakalnis is the most famous sight of Aukštaitija National Park. The hill stands at 176 meters above sea level and is part of the Šilinškės Ridge. From Ladakalnis a wonderful panorama of 6 lakes can be seen. It is believed that this hill served as a place for pagan sacrifices to the Baltic goddess Lada - the great Mother. Ladakalnis is declared a geomorphological monument of nature.