In September 2004 a Project called “Reconstructing up Liskiava Monastery Ensemble and Adjusting it to Tourism“
Using technical engineers‘ decisions the spring beds of the Nemunas slopes which have been ruining not only the slopes, but also the old remaining fence, have been fixed. A lot of work has been done by the workers in the adjustment of that falling fence. It had to be stretched by the steel ropes, using powerful ferroconcrete panels to stabilise it all. At the Nemunas bank an overgrown pond surviving from Dominican times has been cleaned. In the upper part of the territory the second pond with stone paved banks and newly installed water dam has been handled.
The Project under implementation not only allows to restore the old arched fences, to create wonderful walking paths, sight direction arrows, billboards, to equip the small architecture, replant the trees, shrubs, but also to attract lots of tourists. The latter can already enjoy the beauty and art values of this awesome Lithuanian pearl as well as the territory of this beautiful ensemble. In the summer time from 200 to 300 people daily and during the weekend from 600 to 800 people visit the ensemble. We hope that at the completion of this Project the attendance of tourists will increase even more. Most of tourists come by ship from Druskininkai resort. Those travelling by car or using the services of travel agencies after paying Liskiava architectural ensemble a visit further go on a sightseeing tour to Dzukija national park.
There are set rooms for guests in Liskiava cultural centre, where you can find all convenience:
WC, showers, TV, satellite TV, telephone, workdesk.
We offer for guests in cultural centre:
- 4 single rooms;
- 10 two-man rooms;
- 1 five-man room.
For guests we offer:
- 2 Conference rooms;
- Rooms to sleep over;
- Sauna and steam bath;
- Also sightseeing in church of 17th century, getting to know to its architecture and art valuables stored in it; visiting church’s cellar where lies Jacobin remains of 18th century and exposition of liturgical heritage of 17-20 centuries.