Lithuania Travel Guide
This north-eastern European country is the southernmost and largest of the three Baltic states. It borders to its north Latvia, to its east and south Belarus, and the south Poland and detached Russian. It has access to the Baltic Sea on its west coast.
The white sands of the Baltic coastline and its adjacent large Curonian Lagoon quickly rise to highlands and then to the flat expanses of the Lowlands before rising again to the Baltic highlands.
The country has several UNESCO World Heritage Sites to see as well as its amazing coastline and towns with winding cobbled streets, charming local markets, and impressive red brick architecture.