Lithuania and the city of Kaunas

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Lithuania, country of northeastern Europe, the southernmost and largest of the three Baltic states. Lithuania was a powerful empire that dominated much of eastern Europe in the 14th–16th centuries before becoming part of the Polish-Lithuanian confederation for the next two centuries.

Underlying rock structures are of little significance for the contemporary Lithuanian terrain, which basically is a low-lying plain scraped by Ice Age glaciers that left behind thick, ridgel ike terminal deposits known as moraines. The Baltic coastal area is fringed by a region characterized by geographers as the maritime depression, which rises gradually eastward. Sand dunes line an attractive coast; the Curonian Lagoon (Lithuanian: Kuršiu Marios), almost cut off from the sea by the Curonian Spit, a thin 60-mile (100-km) sandspit, forms a distinctive feature. It is bounded by the Žemaičiai Upland to the east, which gives way to the flat expanses of the Middle Lithuanian Lowland.

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If you’ve got a heart that’s open to new experiences, and a thirst for artistic adventure, Kaunas is for you. From the city’s unique take on Art Deco through to the dynamic and vibrant street art that adorns many of the city’s walls, Kaunas is a city for the creatively curious.

Name of pub Adress opening hours
From to
Bardakas Laisvės al 11:00 23:00
Pilies sodas Pilies g. 13:00 24:00
Republic No.1 Laisvės al. 13:00 24:00

What to do in free time

Visit Nature

  • Visit parks
  • Visit rivers
  • Visit small mountains
  • Visit lakes

Do some sport

  • Play basketball
  • Swim in the sea
  • Cycling
  • Go for a walk

Meet with Kaunas culture

  • Go to the cinema
  • Go to the theatre
  • Go to the museum
  • Go to the castles

Enjoy evening life

  • Go the concerts at Žalgirio arena
  • Go to dance at clubs
  • Go with friends in bars
  • Go for a walk