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BIZARRE TRAVEL THERAPIES IN LITHUANIA FROM DEER SPA TO AROMATIC HAMMOCKS AND DESTRUCTIVE THERAPY
Regardless where you go, broadening one's horizons actively stimulates the production of serotonin - a happiness hormone. There are places, however, that can have an added benefit, offering a whole culture of wellbeing and natural therapies that can help recover from sudden change in life, stress and anxiety. From forest bathing to deer spa and destructive therapy - Lithuania present some of the most unusual therapeutic experiences in the country to strengthen one's body and soul.
Updated procedure for foreign arrivals
From 14 Semtember those arriving from countries with COVID-19 incidence rate below 25 cases/100 000 population, will not have to self-isolate for 14 days.
Frosty flavours to melt for: Ice cream map
Honey, wine, and mountain ice. Such were the ingredients of the first ice cream served at the table of Roman emperors. Dairy-based ice cream that we are used to date back to the 17th century, according to the European ice cream association Euroglaces. Today, Lithuanians can claim to be the world's biggest fans of ice cream. They eat an average of 7 litres per year or about one and a half servings per week. With this variety of flavours, it's a surprise they don't eat even more!
7 Magic Outdoor Attractions in Deep Forest Green Lithuania
Historically a forest country, Lithuania has much to offer travellers looking for sustainable outdoor adventure. Under-the-radar wonders of nature draw into new experiences. Visitors may try herb picking, dragonfly watching or forest bathing.
Top 11 Instagram Spots in Lithuania
The dunes of the Curonian Spit, the Hill of Crosses, Trakai Castle on its lake island, Vilnius Old Town and Palanga bridge during sunset. These iconic spots in Lithuania provide perfect images for your posts. But if you are looking to generate more likes, why not set your sights on something more unique. Follow the recommendations of tourism information centers and the national tourism development agency Lithuania Travel and dive deeper into some of the treasures this instagrammable country has to offer.
Lithuania Goes Pink. For Returning Tourists - Cold Beet Root Soup Map
Lithuania has lain out the pink carpet to welcome foodies back to Lithuania. Our first ever taste map gives gourmets the chance to experience the many varieties and hues of šaltibarščiai. …Instagram-worthy…It looks like summer. It tastes like summer. And it shares the crown with cepelinai as the most popular Lithuanian dishes… A little sweet, a little sour, a little salty - call it Lithuanian umami flavour …the most aesthetic cold soup in the world …unpronounceable Journalists and Influencers alike have lots to say when it comes to Lithuania’s signature soup. And for those who’ve already tasted the traditional version, why not try cold soup with boiled crawfish tails, or with raspberry beer, or with cucumber ice-cream? Dating back to the 17th century, this cold beet root soup is very much a seasonal dish and is made from healthy local products – beetroot, fresh cucumber, green herbs, boiled eggs and kefir. And despite its luminous pink color, you’ll find that all the soup’s ingredients are completely natural. Truly local, seasonal, and brimming with authentic flavors – these are the defining characteristics of Lithuanian cuisine, be it modern or traditional. So why not start your Šaltibarščiai journey today!
Find your way to Lithuania 10 routes
On the 1,000 Places to See Before You Die list From the Old Town of Vilnius to the Curonian Spit
Best camping routes
For lovers of nature, Lithuania is a treasure chest waiting to be unpacked. And what better way to experience all that the country has to offer than by camper van.
Around Lithuania on two wheels
If you love cycling then you’ll love Lithuania! And we have a challenge for you – a cross county cycle tour that spans the entire country – a mere 300 km journey from the capital city to the scenic Baltic Coast. It’s the perfect way to experience what the country has to offer. On your journey, you’ll take in everything from the historical old-towns of the country’s major cities to the UNESCO-protected Curonian Spit – the “Sahara” of the Baltics. Then there’s the region of Lithuania Minor, with its reflections of its Eastern Prussian past, and resort towns with 200-year-old traditions. While from the River Nemunas Delta, where there are more birds than people, you can travel to mysterious Samogitia which is steeped in Baltic mythology and the legacy of the Cold War. One of the most beautiful cycling routes in the country is the Coastal Cycling Route, part of the EuroVelo 10 and EuroVelo 13 network. And, as Lithuania is a flat country, you’ll find vistas opening out in front of you around every corner, without too much of a challenge for your legs. Choose your route, be open to adventure and discover the most Lithuania’s real treasure – its natural beauty.
Lithuania closes borders due to COVID-19
Lithuania closes borders until May 31 due to COVID-19. The country is eager to invite tourists after the spread is fully mitigated.