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Vilnius hotels

Vilnius hotels

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is the largest and most beautiful Lithuanian city with a population of 600.000 The town, founded in 1323, stands at the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers and is surrounded by picturesque wooded hills. Vilnius Old Town, covering 360 hectares territory, is one of the largest in Eastern Europe. It is no wonder that in 1994 the Old town was included into UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites
Vilnius hotels



Kaunas hotels

Kaunas hotels

Kaunas is the second largest city and former capital of Lithuania. Situated in the valley of the two longest rivers of Lithuania, the Nemunas and the Neris, the town itself became an example of a confluence of people and cultures, an attractive blend of architecture and nature.Kaunas hotels



Klaipeda hotels

Klaipeda hotels

Klaipeda, spread along the Baltic Sea and the Curonian Lagoon, is situated on both banks of the Dane river. There is the Old Town on the left bank of the river, and there is a industrial region and the fishing port to the south of the Old town near the Lagoon. There is a new town where the present centre of the city and the trade port are located on the right bank of the Dane. Klaipeda is Lithuania's gate to the sea.
Klaipeda hotels



Kursiu Nerija hotels

Kursiu Nerija hotels

The Curonian Spit is a unique and distinctive little patch of land situated in the very center of Europe that has been carefully protected and maintained by destiny and people. In 1961, when the town was founded in the Lithuanian part of the Curonian Spit, a new name of the place appeared on the map – Neringa. Neringa is one of the most beautiful resort towns in the Baltic Sea region. In the year 2000, the Curonian Spit was included into UNESCO World Heritage list as cultural landscape of outstanding value.
Kursiu Nerija hotels



Palanga hotels

Palanga hotels

Palanga is a town on the very coast of the Baltic Sea, attracting visitors by the crunch of white sand under their feet, amber washed out by waves, dark green pine trees and unrepeatable sunsets. Wonderful creations of nature have been fascinating people for centuries.
Palanga hotels



Panevezys hotels

Panevezys hotels

According to its size Panevezys is the fifth town of Lithuania. It is located on the "Via Baltica" international highway. For the first time Panevezys is mentioned in historical sources in 1503. The town is situated on a plain in the upper reaches of the river Nevezis.Panevezys hotels



Sauliai hotels

Siauliai hotels

The city became famous for the Battle of Saule, which took place in 1236 near Siauliai. It was in historical chronicles detailing the battle between the armies of Lithuania and the Order of the Crusaders that Siauliai was mentioned for the first time. Near the town, on the left bank of the Kulpe River sits the famous Hill of Crosses. After the rebellions during the 1800s, people from near and far began to put crosses on the hill till our days.
Sauliai hotels



Trakai hotels

Trakai hotels

Trakai – this old Lithuanian capital nowadays is a small, quiet town in an attractive country area of lakes and islands, making it a popular spot for a day out or weekend break from Vilnius. The historical part of Trakai is located on a peninsular and surrounded by several lakes. Trakai Castle, built on the island of Lake Galve, used to serve as a residence of the rulers of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.
Trakai hotels



Druskininkai hotels

Druskininkai hotels

Druskininkai is the largest resort in Lithuania, located in the south of the country, 120 km from Vilnius and Kaunas. The resort is famous for its old sanatorium treatment traditions, wonderful nature and rapidly developing tourism services infrastructure. The resort has long been famous for its mineral waters and curative mud, which currently are combined with modern technologies and have a great value for health services. Druskininkai is the international resort for active recreation and treatment, which is aimed at the wide spectrum entertainment industry with its highly developed modern service infrastructure. The resort infrastructure is developed in these directions – sanatorium treatment, tourism, recreation, entertainment and commercial sporting activities. The wide range of available services is suitable for people of all ages.

Druskininkai hotels



Marijampole hotels

Marijampole hotels

Marijampolė, is an industrial city and the capital of the Marijampolė County in the south of Lithuania, bordering Poland and Russian Kaliningrad Oblast, and Lake Vištytis. The population of Marijampolė is 48,700 (2003). It is the Lithuanian center of the Suvalkija region. Under Soviet occupation from 1956 to 1989, the town was officially named Kapsukas, after Vincas Kapsukas, founder of the Lithuanian Communist Party. The historical name was restored just before Lithuania regained its independence. Marijampolė, is the seventh largest city in Lithuania, and has been its regional center since 1994. The city covers an area equal to 205.07 square kilometres. The Šešupė River divides the city into two parts which are connected by six bridges.

Marijampole hotels