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Vilnius, Cathedral Square, Lithuania
Vilnius, Cathedral Square

Facts about Lithuania

Area: 65 300 sq. km

Population: 3 484 000

Capital: Vilnius

Other major cities: Kaunas and Klaipeda

Currency: Litas(LTL)

Language: Lithuanian, Russian

Telephone country code: 00 370

Time Zone: EET (GMT + 2 hours)

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TOP Destinations in Lithuania

Picturesque Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, located at the junction of the Vilija and Vilejka Rivers, is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities of East-Europe. Almost universally Baroque in style, the old-city has been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. More...

The city boasts a compact, well-preserved and nurtured Old Town, which is a concentration of valuable cultural and architectural monuments, including Kaunas Castle, Gothic Perkūnas House, Vytautas the Great and St. Gertrude Churches, Kaunas Town Hall, and a number of others. More...

Klaipeda, like the entire coast of the Baltic Sea in Lithuania, boasts excellent white sand beaches. The Seaside Regional Park, in close proximity north of the city, is attractive by beautiful landscape and unique nature. More...

The Hill of Crosses, one of the most famous symbols of Catholic Lithuania attracting crowds of visitors from all over the world, is located in close proximity to Šiauliai. More...


World Heritage Sites in Lithuania

Picturesque Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital, located at the junction of the Vilija and Vilejka Rivers, is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities of East-Europe. Almost universally Baroque in style, the old-city has been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. More...