The tourist route is made for a minimum of two days. It is a great opportunity to get acquainted with parts of Lithuanian history. Cultural and historical sites are quite diverse, so even the most demanding travelers will find something memorable.
The sightseeing route begins in Anykščiai, in the barn of the Lithuanian poet and linguist Antanas Baranauskas. It is symbolic, but it is the first memorial museum in Lithuania. The route continues through the impressive nature and history sanctuaries of Dubingiai and Kernavė. In the middle of the route you will visit the capital, you will see the world-famous Trakai Castle, and the temporary capital of Lithuania – Kaunas. The end of the trip is crowned by a visit to the seaside objects: Tiškevičiai Manor and M.K. Čiurlionis house in Palanga.
This is a minimum two-day itinerary. It is recommended to travel by car along the route. Before planning your trip, please note that the estimated times on the route are indicative and have been calculated for the distance for travelling from one object to another – the end time of the entire trip will depend on you and the time spent on each object individually.
The barn of A. Baranauskas in Anykščiai is the first memorial museum in Lithuania
On the shore of the longest and one of the most beautiful lakes in Lithuania - Lake Asveja in Dubingiai town, there is a huge hill - Dubingiai mound.
Kernavė is a unique archaeological site
The Cathedral Basilica of St. Stanislaus and St. Vladislaus is the most important Catholic shrine in the entire country and a venue for major Christian, national and state celebrations
M. K. Čiurlionis House is a memorial site, a historic building in the Old Town of Vilnius where the genius of the Lithuanian nation lived and created.
The Vilnius Gaon State Jewish Museum, which is widely known throughout the world, is also interesting to our society with its expositions and activities.
Trakai Castle – the most advanced 15th century fortification ideas on Galvė Lake Island
Birštonas Mound – a place shrouded in legends
Kaunas Castle is the oldest remaining stone castle in Lithuania. The castle built at the confluence of Nemunas and Neris rivers is mentioned for the first time in written sources in 1361
Tiškevičiai is a family of noblemen of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania of Ruthenian origin.
Čiurlionis House in Palanga - a historical and cultural monument