Argophilia Travel News has selected ten of the most interesting and diverse events in Eastern Europe to help you choose a destination for 2012.
Argophilia Travel News has come to a decision on its favorite Eastern European cities to welcome 2012.
If you happen to be in Vilnius this month, consider an evening of culture and entertainment you’ll never forget.
If you missed the first two concerts, which took place July 20, and 25 in Kaišiadorys, respectively Joniškis, you can still attend concerts in Plungė, July 27; Kaunas, July 28; and Vilnius, July 30.
Cinema Under the Stars will present 40 films from Tuesday to Saturday every night under the open sky.
Nothing reveals more about the soul of a country than its folklore. This is where traditions are born, shaping national culture, social order, and those unique traits that make each country its own entity. Folklore festivals are designed to preserve these traditions, to keep alive the spirit of the ancestors, and to reveal the cultural […]
For those travelers out there who love to dance, shake it even, Lithuania is the place to be this week. The Annual AfroLatin Dance Festival begins in Vilnius on Friday and ends on the following Monday. Organized by the Afrolatin dance studio “Bachata Souls” – this year’s Bachata extravaganza promises to be the hottest Latin dance event of the Summer.
The summer festival, Klaipėda Sea Festival (Jūros šventė), is one of the most spectacular celebrations in Lithuania. 30 days of fun, the festival features authentic cuisine, arts and crafts, and the true spirit of the country.
The European Commissioner for Transport Siim Kallas insisted at the weekend that key Rail Baltica project could well become a viable alternative to air travel to the region. Kallas said that project leaders need to show more ambition about the rail line, which will connect the Baltic States as far north as Tallinn with the […]
The Baltic national identity will surely merge into a Nordic identity within the next twenty years, said the prime ministers of both Latvia and Lithuania at the Lennart Meri Conference last weekend. “We are emphasizing in our development strategies for the next twenty years the need for Baltic countries to catch up and become more […]
If you surf to Lithuania’s online country portal you will be enthralled with just how pretty and refined that country’s online presence is. As websites go, their portal is nearly perfect for engaging visitors and imparting crucial information. However, closer scrutiny reveals an all too common missing link between the tools of engagement, and the actual commitment needed.
In an effort to preserve the essence, and the tradition, Lithuania has proposed the Sutartinės for inclusion on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity 2010.
Ryanair apparently knows something other airlines do not. With traffic to and from destinations like Lithuania growing exponentially, Ryanair’s overall strategy to help grow tourism seems to be paying off. Lithuania as an emerging economy has pretty much the same strategy with perhaps the lowest corporate tax rate in Europe. For travelers all this news spells “deal” basically.