Excursions in Lithuania

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If you’re looking for a unique place to visit, then Lithuania is the place to go. You’ll be pleasantly surprised by all the different attractions and landmarks in the country!

One of the most unique places to see in Lithuania is Kryziu kalnas, or the Hill of Crosses. Covered in hundreds of thousands of crosses, it’s truly a sight to behold!

1. Pazaislis Monastery

Pazaislis Monastery is a must-see for anyone visiting Lithuania. It is known as the most impressive late baroque architecture masterpiece in North-Eastern Europe.

It was built by the Camaldolese monks in the 17th century and is a beautiful example of Italian baroque architecture. Located on the riverside of Kaunas Reservoir, it is a favorite among tourists for its beautiful appearance, exciting history and remarkable atmosphere.

The monastery was originally founded by Chancellor of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania Kristupas Zygimantas Pacas (1621-1684). He commissioned the Camaldolese monks to build a sanctuary that would serve as a place of tranquillity.


2. Devil’s Museum

Despite being an unpronounceable name, this off-the-beaten-path museum is one of the most original and interesting things to see in Kaunas. Spread out over three floors, it displays more than 3,000 artifacts that represent the Devil himself!

This bizarre collection was started in 1906 by painter Antanas Zmuidzinavicius. When he received a Samogitian Devil as a gift, people from all over the country began to send him Devil statues and other devil-related artifacts.

These lords of the underworld came to Kaunas from more than 70 countries, including former Soviet republics and even Japan. They’re carved out of wooden pieces, silks, ceramics, stones and pottery.

The smallest ones are so small that you have to look through a magnifying glass. Some even appear as a human or animal. It’s the perfect way to delve into Lithuanian folklore and learn about the Devil’s role in the culture! There’s also a lot of interesting historical information. It’s a must-see for all Devil lovers!

Trakai Castle

3. Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre

Located in the capital city of Lithuania, the Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the country’s most prestigious cultural institutions. It is dedicated to promoting and nurturing the traditions of musical theatre in the country, as well as bringing these traditions to an international audience.

Founded in 1920, the theatre is a key cultural landmark of the region. It is responsible for producing a range of high-quality operas and ballets that attract both local and international audiences.

The theatre is a stunning building that is home to a 1142-seat auditorium and other impressive facilities. Its complex architecture encompasses urbanism, volume plasticity, function and the smallest details to create a truly exemplary piece of architecture.

Another unique attraction is Gruto Parkas, a privately owned collection of Soviet-era statues and Soviet memorabilia in the woods near Druskininkai in South Lithuania. This unique museum is a great place to learn more about Lithuania’s history.

Trakai Castle

4. Trakai Castle

Trakai Castle is the only island castle in Eastern Europe and it was the main residence of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. In the 14th century, the Grand Duke Kestutis started to build a new castle on an island in Galve Lake.

Today, it is a museum dedicated to Lithuanian history. It is a gorgeous structure with a lot of chambers that visitors can explore.

During the visit, you can see original artifacts and medieval brickwork. In addition, you can see the damage that was done to the castle during wartime and how it has been restored over time.

During the 14th century, Trakai was a key defense centre of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. It was a stronghold against the Teutonic Knights.

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