Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Lithuania do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Lithuania, DST starts on the last Sunday in March and ends on the last Sunday in October.
Facts About Lithuania
Information for Travelers
Lithuania is the southernmost of the three European Baltic states and was the first Soviet republic to declare its independence.
The former Soviet republic is the southernmost of the three Baltic countries that also include Estonia
The country borders Poland
The capital Vilnius with its medieval historic center is not far from the Belarusian border.
Lithuania is a quirky, beautiful and affordable holiday destination, and its tourism statistics attest to this with well over a million visitors a year.
The Hill of Crosses in Siaulai, the Castle of Trakai Island in Lake Galve, the Pagan Sculpture Garden in the Curonian Spit National Park and the Tower of Gediminas, a symbol of Vilnius with breathtaking views of the city await the curious traveller.
Architecture in Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles can be found in the city.
The 18th century cathedral was built on the site of a pagan temple.
The Gediminas Tower, located on a hill, offers a wide view and is a landmark of the city and the country.
Alytus is an ancient city dating back to the 14th century with beautiful forest-covered hills surrounded by a nearly 10-kilometer-long bend of the River Nemunas.
The city is a cultural and natural oasis with a rich and impressive history.
Monuments like the obelisk built over a massive graveyard of civilians and prisoners of war killed during the horror of World War II speak of a tragic past.
Read about Lithuania in Wikipedia