In 1990 Lithuania made history as the first Soviet Republic to leave the USSR. Since then, the country has been striving to re-establish itself.

While relics of the Soviet era, such as bunkers and museums, still exist, there is much more to discover in Lithuania. The country boasts beautiful churches, monasteries, and palaces, from the bustling capital of Vilnius to the serene Curonian Spit.

Visitors can explore a range of quirky and fascinating museums, including the Beekeeping Museum and the Money Museum. With several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Lithuania has winding cobbled streets, charming local markets, and impressive red brick architecture.

With so much to explore one visit is just never enough!

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