M. Ambrazas / NAME


Have you ever discovered a town by following the paths not of humans, but of birds? You can experience this in Ukmergė, where an interactive route of singing pigeons invites you to travel through town, count the signs of Lithuania’s centennial, and celebrate freedom together with your grey feathered friends. In one of the oldest old towns in Lithuania, take note of the characteristic 19th century buildings, follow the footprints of Jewish heritage, and don’t forget to climb to the top of the local hill fort, which provides a wonderful panorama.