Discover Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania teeming with life, and its local history. The 150-km-long route takes 5 days to complete. During the trip, you will see stunning architecture, learn fun facts about the lives of Lithuanians in the old times when visiting museums, pass through captivating landscapes of unique beauty and spirit at any time of the year as you cross nature trails and gardens. The route starts in the winding streets of the largest Old Town in the East and Middle Europe, takes you along various churches, Trakai castles and the remaining hillforts, bewitching your heart and allowing you to feel the flow of living history.
Take a dive into the unique and magical world of the Lithuanian seaside and lagoon nature. The 250-km-long route requires as many as 7 days to be thoroughly enjoyed and will leave you in awe of the one-of-the-kind landscapes inherent to this area only. Semi-wild beaches of white sand and breathtaking dunes in Neringa and the phenomenal colony of the Great Cormorants near Juodkrantė will spread happiness and inspiration to lovers of nature. Those who enjoy cultural discoveries will have no time to grow bored as the daily lives and history of this magical corner of the world is as unique as its nature. Discover the ancient crafts of fishing and ship building anew and climb atop the mystical mountain of witches decorated by folk artisans and brimming with the mysticism of folk fairy tales and pagan spirit.
The 150-km-long route lasting 5 days will introduce you to the history and nature of the Lithuanian port, Klaipėda City and its sister cities of Palanga and Šventoji. The port city, often called the Lithuanian Gates to the Sea has distinct architecture and cultural traits. Visit the Baltic Sea exhibition in the Sea Museum, the Palanga Bridge and the captivatingly beautiful beaches of the Baltic Sea. The route will also familiarize you with the history and culture of the local people living by the Baltic Sea.
Samogitia is a region of Lithuanians who have always taken great pride in their authentic background and origins and who have been protecting their history for many years. The 150-km-long route takes 5 days to complete and makes it its goal to teach you about Samogitia and its uniqueness. Manors and museums will reveal the Samogitian culture and traditions since times immemorial and hillforts will speak of castles long gone. The surrounding nature of Samogitia will leave you inspired by its myths and religions.
The Panemunė route is 300 km long and is often called the most beautiful route in Lithuania. If you travel by car, you hardly need to get off to witness the history, culture and nature of the Neman, the father of all Lithuanian rivers. The route is perfect for those interested in the history of wars as you will pass many castles and hillforts reminiscing the times of battles against the Teutonic Order. The route also passes by the settlements of the Neman which are rich in cultural objects, such as manors, churches and other cultural places speaking of the history of the region. The route ends at Ventė Cape with its bird migration routes and stunning vistas of the lagoon.
The centerpiece of this 250-km-long route lasting about 7 days is Birštonas, the Lithuanian pearl of relaxation and peace. Travel along the Neman visiting its astonishing outcrops, learn of the ancient Hanseatic trading routes, visit one of the most impressive Lithuanian monasteries and discover the daily lives of Lithuanian villagers of old in Rumšiškės Open-Air Museum of Lithuania. When you arrive at Birštonas, take a minute to rejoice at the peaceful nature and get to know the interesting and colorful history of this resort town.
The 150-km-long route takes 5 days to complete. The route is mostly comprised of natural objects with the Stelmužė Oak being its centerpiece. This oak is the most famous oak in Lithuania as it is the oldest and the thickest one. The route will take you to three lakes and the second largest reservoir. As you travel along the cognitive paths and enjoy the views from the 17-meter-high Zarasai Observation Tower, you will also see several churches revealing the local history of the region.
This 150-km-long route lasting 5 days will introduce you to the land of lakes. During the trip, you will visit as many as five of the most beautiful lakes in Lithuania. The Fishing Museum will reveal the history and peculiarities of fishing in lakes. As you climb the 36-meter-high Mindūnai Observation Tower, you can enjoy the beautiful vistas of the lakes and forests from up above. Do not forget to visit the Anykščiai Treetop Path for an unforgettable experience of walking along the tree tops.
Discover the famous Dzūkija Region known for its forests, mushrooms and berries! The 250-km-long route requires as many as 7 days to complete and will introduce you to the key traits of this land, its nature and history. Enjoy the beautiful nature of the lake shores and climb up the observation towers to take a look from up above. Visit two villages which depended solely on the treasures of the forest to survive. One of those villages is called Zervynos and it is a settlement of 48 homesteads and an architectural monument. The unique forest settlement has retained its original layout of the 17th-19th centuries and distinct folk architecture.