Ferry to Lithuania
Lithuania is a beautiful country full of history, culture and stunning landscapes. Located in Eastern Europe right next to the Baltic Sea, the country stretches from the stunning dune-filled Curonian Spit in the west to the rolling hills and small villages of Aukštaitija in the east. Lithuania’s capital city, Vilnius, is renowned for its inventory of stunning Baroque and Gothic architecture, as well as its quaint old town, which is full of charming cobblestone streets and winding alleyways. A short walk away, visitors can enjoy the peaceful respite of Vilnius Cathedral or explore the city’s many museums, galleries, cafes and restaurants.
Outside of Vilnius, visitors can explore Lithuania in its many guises. Head to the banks of the Neris river and take a boat trip through the serene forests and meandering rivers of Aukštaitija to experience first hand the beautiful nature of the region. In Western Lithuania, visit the awe-inspiring ruins of the impressive Trakai Castle that stands proudly over a picturesque lake, or explore the stunning Curonian Spit, a World Heritage Site boasting some of the country’s most spectacular sand dunes and uninterrupted views of the Baltic Sea.
In any season, Lithuania seems to shine brightest in the heart of the country. Head south to explore the country’s archaeological and spiritual wonders, from the mysterious Stone Age Hill of Crosses near Šiauliai, to the holy bunker city of Siluva, the site of the country’s most important miracle. Finally, in Southern Lithuania, visitors can find some of the best beaches in the region, as well as the remarkable sandstone caves of Vilnius Regional Park.
The country offers a wealth of opportunity for visitors to explore and discover the beauty and history of this wonderful country. With its stunning nature, fascinating culture and friendly people, will always keep a place in the heart of any traveller who come to discover it.