A Foodies’ Guide To Lithuania

I have some advice: Don’t holiday in Lithuania if you don’t like carbs, if you wince at the thought of loosening a belt buckle or if, for whatever reason, you don’t enjoy eating.

Continue reading “A Foodies’ Guide To Lithuania”

Behind Closed Doors: A Brief History Of Lithuania’s Capital

A drizzly day in Vilnius can be deceptive. Rain hits the greys of dilapidated tower blocks and the cobbled streets of the old town are shiny underfoot.

Continue reading “Behind Closed Doors: A Brief History Of Lithuania’s Capital”

A Baltic Bargain: History And Nature In Trakai, Lithuania

From a thin slice of fertile land that extends into the lakes of Lithuania’s southeast, wooden jetties push into the still water dangling narrow fishing boats and colourful pedalos.

Continue reading “A Baltic Bargain: History And Nature In Trakai, Lithuania”

Vilnius In Monochrome: Walking In Lithuania’s Capital

During a walking tour of Lithuania’s capital, our guide produced a statistic: 60% of the time in the country it’s either snowing, raining or overcast.

Continue reading “Vilnius In Monochrome: Walking In Lithuania’s Capital”