Tours in Lithuania

Here you will find how to get the most from your time in LITHUANIA

  • Whether it be nature, culture, culinary or heritage, please look through and find the tours to satisfy your wish.
  • The Baltic Region is a place to relax and unwind and enjoy a different perspective. If you wish to visit the whole region we advise you to come for at least eight days.
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TOP 3 TOURS

  • Legends of the Witches Hill

    Uncover Lithuanian’s most fabled folktales on a guided tour of quaint, seaside Juodkrante, as you marvel a collection of sculptures and visit a weathervane gallery. Meander through the forest and ascend the Hill of Witches to see 80 carved wooden sculptures based on local fairytales. Visit the fishing village of Juodkrante, where you can stroll along its quay and tour the 19th-century Lutheran church. View amber jewelry and taste amber tea at the Weathervane Gallery.

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  • A Spiritual Experience in Franciscan Kretinga

    Tour offers unique experience which is sought after by experienced cruise ship guests. During the tour of the church and monastery have a chance to meet Franciscan brother or sister. Hear a living testimony of their contribution to Lithuanian culture. Visit the museum filled with wooden art and authentic equipment used in daily life. Come back to Klaipeda and have some free time to look for a perfect souvenir.

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  • Klaipeda Past & Present

    The tour takes you to the detailed journey of Klaipeda's Past & Present. You will visit museum 39/45 at former Klaipeda Castle bastion, where you will learn all about Klaipeda's part at WWII and how it affected today's living. Take a chance to see what Klaipeda has the best: see where the Queen of PrussiaLouise once lived, pass by the Clock and Watches Museum,the Neo-Gothic Church, and the Park of Sculptures. Also visit Klaipeda Old Town which is unique for its rectangular layout of streets. Stroll around narrow streets, where once finest craftsmen used to live and ply their trades.

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