Trekking Baroque Lithuania
Lithuania is a tourist attraction for its lively nightlife coupled with its folksy art scene. Before it joined the European Union, it was already ranked the one of the most financially capable candidates.
Aside from its economical competency, Lithuania also prides itself for its landscape. Lithuania sits in Northern Europe. It is one of the three European nations that share the sands of the Baltic Sea. Geographically, it enjoys 99 kilometers of coastline. Among its natural attractions is the Curonian Lagoon. The state’s main river, the Neman River, has tributaries, which ferry international vessels.
The region’s landscape is smoothed by glaciers. This European terrain also shelters a number of lakes including Lake Vystitis. Lithuania’s climate plays between maritime and continental, with wet to moderate winters and summers.
Lithuania’s capital, Vilnius, is a sight to behold at nighttime. The city is highly developed, and it houses one of the oldest universities in Northern Europe. Vilnius University has been around since 1568. Vilnius’ financial center is home to a lot of business establishments, which line Lithuania’s cityscape at night.
May through December is the best time to visit Lithuania. During these months, the region would be experiencing its milder springs and summers. Lithuanian springs are warm and the landscape opens up in full bloom after a long sleepy winter. June is a peak tourist season for Lithuania. People are quick to take advantage of Lithuanian’s coastline during the summer.
Among Lithuanian’s tourist highlights are the Hill of the Crosses, the National Museum, and the Trakai Island Castle and History Museum. Lithuania is accessible by air through other European capitals. Little or no direct flights are offered between other continents to Vilnius or Kaunas. Buses are still the cheapest means of transportation to reach Lithuania if you’re coming from other European destinations.