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In the centre of Lithuania’s coastline lies the popular resort town of Palanga. Surrounded by greenery, with a pristine white beach, it’s no surprise that it was the go-to holiday destination for the 19h century aristocrats, whose spirit lives on in the town’s rich architectural heritage.

These days, Palanga’s beachfront is the biggest draw, and the city’s famous main pedestrian thoroughfare, Jonas Basanavičius Street, is alive with cafes and bars in the summer season. For those looking to escape from the hustle and bustle, there’s plenty of quiet corners and expanses of unspoilt beaches to escape to. And we haven’t even started on the many outdoor activities you can have a go at in and around the town. And the icing on the cake is that Palanga even has a small airport close by, which services regular flights from London, Oslo, Copenhagen, Dublin, and Riga.