Summer vacations are often one of the most anticipated, so you want to spend a beautiful and memorable sunny day with family and friends. Travel ideas for summer - that's what you've been looking for right now! DayTrip Lithuania has prepared several suggestions for you to spend your holidays and the next long weekends:
The Nemunas Loops Regional Park is freely accessible from any corner of Lithuania. In the park you will definitely find a place to hide from the heat waves. There is an asphalted 10 km long bicycle-pedestrian path in the Prienai-Birštonas loop. There is a 1.6 km long Škėvoniai nature trail for pedestrians. There is a bird watching place near the Nemunas islands. To view the park from above, you can use the services of Pociūnai Airport. Those who want a quiet rest will gladly be accommodated in Birštonas sanatorium. Amateur fishermen will find many convenient places to throw a fishing rod.
Ventė Cape is a peninsula near the Curonian Lagoon, very close to the mouth of the Nemunas River, south of Ventė settlement. This is the westernmost point of Šilutė district. It is best known for its flying bird ringing station.
Jurbarkas manor, here, in a beautiful park, on the left bank of the Mituva, Duke Vasilchikov built a stylish palace, expanded the park and it was surrounded by a red brick fence. Two more houses called flutes were built near the main palace. Today, the park houses two symmetrically arranged late classicist-style former manor offices (wings of the central palace). The Jurbarkas Regional Museum is located in the manor. It is housed in a recently renovated northern office adapted for the museum.
The Amber Museum is one of the most attractive summer heritage sites in Palanga. The Amber Museum is surrounded by the 100-hectare Palanga Botanical Park, where you will find a refreshing shade. The park was designed by French landscape architect Eduard André together with his son René and Belgian gardener Buyssen de Coulon.
The Curonian Spit Cognitive Road - a unique part of Lithuania, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is exceptional not only for its nature, but also for its impressive adaptation for cyclists. There are several tens of kilometers of bicycle paths on the Curonian Spit. It is recommended to travel by car or bicycle along the route. Before planning your trip, please note that the estimated time indicated for the route is indicative and has been calculated for the distance from one object to another - the final time of the whole trip will depend on you and the time spent on each object.
Palanga City Heritage Road is a short cognitive route of the exclusive Lithuanian seaside resort town. While traveling, you will get acquainted with the Palanga Amber Museum, which has more than 30 thousand exhibits, the neo-Gothic Palanga Church that attracts the attention of every passer-by, and the legendary Birutė Hill.