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Local specialities include skilandis (smoked meat), salti barsciai (cold soup), cepelinai (made from grated potatoes with a minced meat filling), vedarai (potato sausage) and bulviniai blynai (potato pancakes).
Smoked eel is a famous Baltic delicacy. Waiter service is the norm in restaurants and cafes, but self-service restaurants, bistros and snack bars are numerous.
Local brands of beer and imported drinks are popular. A famous Lithuanian spirit is midus, a mild alcoholic beverage made from honey.



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It is an exceptional culinary water  tourism route in Pamarys region, cruising  King Wilhelm Canal, rivers Minija, Nemunas Delta, the Curonian Lagoon. Route time is possible to admire the Pamarys nature, to visit region places of interest and most importantly - taste the fish dishes of culinary heritage.

Cruising is unique in that all four waters are cruising of  four types of boats, traveling in transit from one to another. Culinary cruise ”Fish Trail“ begins at Jonas Gižas etnographic farmstead, where you will be welcomed by “Žvejytės“ and “Pamariukai“ with Lithuania Minor suit and the folklore program “I Will Become a Fisherman“. In the Jonas Gižas museum you will meet with shipbuilding, history of fishing in the Curonian Lagoon, traditions. Later you will taste the unique local fish soup, learn aboat fish farming in closed systems.

You will take a boat from Dreverna towards Ventainė. Here you will enjoy gastronomy of Pamarys region and Lithuanian Minor: “vofeliai“ and  “kafija“. You continue the journey by bus towards Ventė horn. There you will visit in 1929 established Ornithology Station, bird migration exposure and Ventė lighthouse. You will stop at village Minija, our Lithuanian Venice, where instead of the central street of the village, is flowing Minija river. By the boat you will reach Kniaupas Bay and the Curonian Lagoon and then during Nemunas Delta estuaries you will reach Uostadvaris. Here you will have a possibility to climb the lighthouse, visit the water pumping station and museum. You countinue to cruise and admire ilies plantations, enjoy fish dishes and from Kintai by speed boats reach Dreverna.

Duration:  one day.

Boat type: four types of boats or speed boat.

This Baltic country is a land of rich cuisine and even richer traditions. It shares the traditions of other countries in the Eastern region, while also safeguarding its own identity. Historically Lithuania has been closely connected to many countries throughout different periods such as Polandand Germany, Latvia and, of course, Russia.
Regional varieties in national cuisine are mainly based on two factors: climate and neighbouring countries’ influences. Inland is typically agrarian, as are most countries of this region. Cereals and vegetables are extremely popular in these regions, as well as meat, especially pork and beef. On the Baltic coast, people eat more fish and seafood. The local recipes in these areas are very similar to other countries of Northern Europe, such as Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Also, other countries have had a significant influence on Lithuanian cuisine. Poland and Latvia, for instance, share the tradition of preparing pirogi. Pirogi and bliny(‘crepes’) are popular throughout the entire former Eastern block, though they might exist with different names. The German influence in western regions is also quite strong. This influence is apparent mainly in potato dishes, meat and sausages, some of which have become national specialties. One of them is Kugel, a delicious potato pudding − or the Vedarai, a sausage made from potatoes. Due to various historical events and European trends, other influences have affected Lithuanian cuisine. For instance, the Napoleon Torte became a national specialty after the invasion of Napoleon’s campaign in the past.
Generally, Lithuanian cuisine is based on agrarian products, among which the most important are barley, wheat, rye, potatoes, cucumbers and radish, meat and dairy products. Bread is an inseparable part of most meals in Lithuania. The most popular local version is dark rye bread called duona. Cabbage is also one of the most popular vegetables used. It is used for making soups, second courses and very often for wrapping various fillings. Pork is the most popular meat, followed by beef. An essential part of local cuisine is dairy products. Local cream and butter are uniquely rich and very delicious. One to recommend is the mild white curd cheese, especially when served with honey. Lithuanian food is filling and usually tasty. Some traditional recipes include the Skilandis, or ‘smoked meat’, Salti Barsciai, a tasty cold soup and Cepelinai, grated potatoes filled with minced meat. The Baltic area of the country also specialises in  smoked eel.
Popular drinks in the region are also found in neighbouring countries – from kvass all to vodka. Beer is also commonly served, both local and imported. Another tasty local drink is a mild liqueur made of honey.
Waiting service is typical for most restaurants, as well as for many coffee houses and bars. Still, counter service is also very common. Prices are moderate and often perceived as cheap by western visitors. Tipping is left to customer discretion and no fixed amount is recommended. However, the average of 5 to 7 percent is acceptable.

Welcome to the European Network of Regional Culinary Heritage

This is a European Network with member regions all across Europe with the common goal to develop our regions through the promotion of local and regional food.
We encourage an increased production and use of regional food as a way to develop small scale business life and tourism in all the member regions.
On this webpage you can find restaurants, producers, farm shops and many others in each region. Member ship in the network ensures the tourist or consumer that the product or meal has its origine from the region and has a regional characteristic.
Welcome and enjoy!

This isn't to say that vegetarianism is wholly nonexistent in Lithuania—vegetarians can and do survive here. Seasonal produce is exceptional and affordable, and a tradition of home cooking runs deep. Besides, it's silly to expect mainstream vegetarianism in a country that cast off Soviet rule only 20 years ago—it was hardly conducive to conscientious food choice. As a movement and a lifestyle, if not a philosophy, Lithuanian vegetarianism is in its infancy, as is vegetarianism in Eastern Europe as a whole (with the curious exception of Poland, where it's far more common). Its emergence is being accelerated by Lithuania's development (which, until recently, was blazing) and westernization, and by the subcultures the country is adopting. Lithuania thus serves as a "vegetarianism barometer" of sorts, a harbinger of regional change. It's an instructive (and, admittedly, entertaining) study of the dissemination of a really, really foreign idea.

Half-day tour to Trakai

Trakai (4 hours tour) is one of the oldest Grand Duchy of Lithuania residence and capitals. Trakai is the second capital of Lithuania.

Tour to Kernave

Kernave village (4 hours tour) located on the banks of the river Neris (35 km from Vilnius) has been known as the capital of Lithuania before Trakai and Vilnius. 

Country life museum in Rumsiskes

Country life Open Air Museum of Lithuania (6 hours tour) is a unique and one of the largest (195 ha) open-air ethnographic museums in Europe.

Baltic Highlights



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Vilnius is a great place for pleasant strolls. It is green, full of cultural diversity and cozily compact. So compact, that in just a few dozen steps from the gallery, you find yourself in a park, followed by a baroque church, and off to the castle after a cup at the local cafe. Thus, in a short time you get to not just see, but also hear, touch, taste and tune into the soul of the city.

Is it just us, or are you already planning a weekend trip?

Get to know Vilnius from within.

Fly & Lease of campers in the Baltic.

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Take a tour and discover Baltics by yourself!

You will be able to travel comfortably throughout Baltic Sates in our campers, as passengers really may feel themselves like home and take any necessary stuff with them, even their most loved cup for coffee.
A virtue of motor homes is the possibility to be in the cabin in all companionship while going from place to place.
Moreover, you will be free as you will be independent from hotels and every evening you will be able to spend in any place you wish!

Prepaid individual transfer :

no trouble with money exchange upon arrival,
no need to take care oftaxi search,
no language problems !

The driver will wait for you at arrival hall with your name on the card, will help you with luggage and will safely transfer you to agreed place.
Please fill in the Transfer Reservation and we will contact you within 24 business hours with confirmation

KIA CARNIVAL  25 EUR (max 5 persons)                                                
MERCEDES-BENZ VIANO  35 EUR (max 7 persons)

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