Lithuania (Europe) Vacation Travel Video Guide
Travel video about destination Lithuania in Europe.
Lithuania is situated on the Baltic Sea and has a long history, fortified castles and splendid palaces, a country that has many religious buildings and where religious faith has become an art form. Vilnius, the capital, is a city of Baroque mixed with Gothic, Renaissance and Classicism, a melting pot of culture. Its main landmark is Castle Hill with its red-coloured Gediminas Tower that marks the beginning of the city's history. The Boulevard begins in Cathedral Square where, adjoining the cathedral, is a fine white bell tower. The Cathedral’s interior still radiates a Gothic sense of space. The local people are particularly proud of the cathedral’s copy of the Turin Shroud. In the Middle Ages when the Grand Dukes ruled, the ancient capital of Trakei was the political centre of Lithuania’s power. The later built Water Castle is the real landmark of Lithuanian history. Grand Duke Vytautas had the castle extended and from it ruled a vast empire which, for a short time, stretched from the Baltic to the Black Sea. Around forty kilometres northwest of Vilnius lies the archaeological site of Kernave, Lithuania’s ‘Troy’. The exhibits date from the tenth century B.C. until the Early Middle Ages. During the first centuries A.C., large settlements were established in the Pajauta Valley, which were protected by the Castle Mountains. On the edge of the Zemait Highland in the north lies Şiauliai, Lithuania’s fourth largest city, much of which had to be rebuilt after the Second World War and that since the sixteenth century had been an important market and trading city. Sundial Square is the city’s main landmark with its impressive sundial that was created for the city’s seven hundred and fiftieth jubilee in 1986. Full of European history, Lithuania has become a modern day country with magnificent castles, ancient towns, nature and culture and is a destination that is bound to please!
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This short urban video will take you to the largest city, Vilnius. It’s the capital of Lithuania (Europe). It was a bit tricky to shoot this urban video in the rain. The streets were wet, people hid under their colorful umbrellas. The city though looks magical. Our team has creates for you a unique video travel journal in gorgeous 4K (Ultra HD).
Check the list of the most popular destinations and attractions below.
• National museum of Lithuania (00:12)
• The monument to King Mindaugas (00:25)
• Gediminas' Tower of the Upper Castle (00:43)
• Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights (3:20)
• State Small Theatre of Vilnius (Vilniaus mažasis teatras) (4:30)
• Main street of Vilnius - Gediminas Avenue (5:16)
• Bell tower in the Cathedral Square (6:25)
• Monument to Grand Duke Gediminas (7:13)
• The Cathedral Basilica (7:50)
• Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania (8:21)
• Monument to hunting dog Lithuanian Shepherd Dog (in the heart of Cathedral Square) (8:55)
• The Apple Sculpture located in the center (9:05)
• Presidental Palace (9:21)
• Radvila Palace (11:48)
• Vilnius Town Hall (13:20)
• The Gate of Dawn (13:20)
• An Easter egg near The Gate of Dawn (12:56)
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Mini Tourist Introduction To Lithuania | Where To Visit, What to see, and Best Time To Visit!
Hey Guys! Today, we will be talking about the small country that you see of the European map, Lithuania! Lithuania is beautiful and tune into the video to get small tip from me and my recommendations! Bye Party!
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Lithuanian Coastline Three Day Hike
Small part of vlogging three day hike of Lithuania coastline. In these three days we walked from Lithuania/Latvia border to Lithuania/Russia border. In total we made about 151,000 steps
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Palanga, Klaipeda, Curonian Spit - Lithuania - travel video 4k
Palanga is the biggest and the most universal seaside resort of Lithuania. It is located 29 kilometres far from Klaipėda. The Lithuanian seacoast is famous for its beaches of beautiful white sand and dunes, which can be found nowhere else on the Baltic Sea coast. The sandy coast extends for over 15 km and is backed by a pine forest and dunes.
Klaipėda is Lithuania's third largest city, located in the north-western corner of the country. It is a seaport, stopover point for cruise ships, and the gateway to the Curonian Spit.
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The Curonian Spit is a 98 km long, thin, curved sand-dune spit that separates the Curonian Lagoon from the Baltic Sea coast. Its southern portion lies within Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia and its northern within southwestern Lithuania. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site shared by the two countries.
The Curonian Spit stretches from the Sambian Peninsula on the south to its northern tip next to a narrow strait, across which is the port city of Klaipėda on the mainland of Lithuania. The northern 52 km long stretch of the Curonian Spit peninsula belongs to Lithuania, while the rest is part of the Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia (see the map). The width of the spit varies from a minimum of 400 m in Russia (near the village of Lesnoy) to a maximum of 3,800 m in Lithuania (just north of Nida).
The Curonian Spit was formed about 3rd millennium BC. A glacial moraine served as its foundation; winds and sea currents later contributed enough sand to raise and keep the formation above sea level.
The existence of this narrow shoal is inherently threatened by the natural processes that govern coastal shoreline features. It depends on a dynamic balance between sand transport and deposition. If (hypothetically) the source area to the south-west were cut off, say, by a large port construction with a pier, the Spit would erode and eventually disappear. It is thus a geologically speaking ephemeral coast element. The most likely development, however, is that the shallow bay inside the Spit will eventually fill up with sediment, thus creating new land.
The Curonian Spit is home to the highest moving (drifting) sand dunes in Europe. Their average height is 35 meters, but some attain the height of 60 meters. Several ecological communities are present on and near the Spit, from its outer beaches to dune ridges, wetlands, meadows, and forests. Its location on the East Atlantic Flyway means it is frequently visited by migratory waterfowl. Between 10 and 20 million birds fly over the feature during spring and fall migrations, and many pause to rest or breed there.
The largest town on the spit is Nida in Lithuania, a popular holiday resort, mostly frequented by Lithuanian and German tourists. The northern shoreline of Curonian Spit is the site of beaches for tourists. Both the Russian and Lithuanian parts of the spit are national parks. The settlements of the Curonian Spit (from north to south) are:
The first six are on the Lithuanian side, while the last three are on the Russian side. The Russian side of the Curonian Spit belongs to Zelenogradsky District of the Kaliningrad Oblast, while the Lithuanian side is partitioned among Klaipėda city municipality and Neringa municipality.
There is a single road that traverses the whole length of the Curonian Spit. In the Russian side it goes to Zelenogradsk, while on the Lithuanian side it goes to Smiltynė. The spit is not connected to mainland Lithuania. Car ferries provide a transportation link between Smiltynė, located on the spit, and the port town of Klaipėda.
According to Baltic mythology, the Curonian Spit was formed by a giantess, Neringa, who was playing on the seashore. This child also appears in other myths (in some of which she is shown as a young strong woman, similar to a female version of the Greek Heracles).
From ca. 800 to 1016, the Spit was the location of Kaup, a major pagan trading centre which has not been excavated yet. The Teutonic Knights occupied the area in the 13th century, building their castles at Memel (1252), Neuhausen (1283), and at Rossitten (1372). The Spit may have been the home of the last living speaker of a now-extinct Baltic language, Old Prussian.
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The most beautiful of the Baltic states, Lithuania, holiday resort of Palanga
The most beautiful of the Baltic states, Lithuania, holiday resort of Palanga
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A new and distinct European travel experience abounds in this region budding with tourism. Discover a natural bounty of cultural riches in the forests and lakes that cover endless stretches of countryside. Explore Gutmanis Cave, the largest in the Baltic States. Cruise the splendid Baltic Sea coastline. Tour the wonders of the Islet of Neringa, The Estonian archipelago, and The Curonian Spit, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Look for pebbles of golden amber on the coast and then follow the Amber Road to Venice. Marvel in the medieval ramparts, the world’s preeminent collection of art nouveau architecture, and a rich crossroads of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and classical buildings in the region’s proud capitals. Surround yourself with exotic languages, a history of merchant cultures and burgeoning tourist experiences.
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You may have seen a lot of the world, but have you discovered Lithuania yet?
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- Aukštumala Walking Path, Šilutė region
- Kirkilai Observation Tower, Biržai region
- White Rose Bridge in Alytus
- The Coastal Artillery Battery Memel-Nord, Klaipėda region
- Marvelė Cascade in Kaunas
- Panemunė Castle, Jurbarkas region
- Pagonija Rock for Climbing, Kaunas region
- Salakas Church, Zarasai region
- Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology, Molėtai region
- Kite Surfing and Sailing Spot „Scencelė“, Klaipėda region
- Apvalasas Lake, Rokiškis region
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A Baltic Private Tour
Baltic holidays take you through a Baltic journey with visits to Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius, as well as coastal towns parnu in Estonia and Jurmala in Latvia. we meet the Baltic holidays' guides and have an opportunity to do some activities in Lithuania, from drowning in mud to flying over Trakai Castle in a small plane and hot air ballooning over Vilnius Old town and then kayaking in to the centre of Vilnius