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Lithuanian nature gains a whole new palette of sights, sounds, and senses in the Autumn. Visitors can be enveloped with the serenity and mystery of the season by observing vast orange forests from observation towers or hiking in quiet dunes emptied of tourists.
When traveling, going back to a hotel should not mean that the day’s thrills are over. In Lithuania, there are multiple lodging options that are attractions by themselves, including a Swiss-style holiday home, an off-the-grid wooden hut, and a 19th-century manor.
Latvians are being invited to visit and rediscover Lithuania as part of the “Same, but different” campaign, which aims to highlight how Lithuania may still offer unexpected or surprising experiences in an environment that feels similar to home.
Lithuania boasts of an impressive number of record-breaking spots to visit. From the world’s largest labyrinth made from TVs to the first-ever museum dedicated to devils, visitors with a taste for the curious can break their own record of memorable moments collected during a trip.
Despite being compact in size, Lithuania is a melting pot of various contrasting architectural styles that reflect how the country’s character and values have changed over time. From German-influenced Fahwerk houses to intricate Baroque diamonds and Art Deco innovation, architecture enthusiasts can admire its unique urban landscape.