Yesterday in Kaunas, LIthuania the start of the Kaunas Photo Jubilee began starting this year’s season with a festive creative note. The tenth in the series, the event will feature hundreds of photos from as many photographers around the world.
According to the news from Lithuania’s biggest airport, Vilnius International served some 2 million plus passengers in September, a record number according to previous totals. As for growth, the number indicated upwards of a 41 percent increase year on year.
Kempinski announced last week their first Vilnius hotel opening with Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square. A 96 room luxury affair, this is the first Lithuanian and the first Baltic accomodation offered by the famous luxury hoteliers.
Countries in Eastern Europe are awash with odd sights; some can be explained by the region’s turbulent history, some can be explained by the human imagination and some just can’t be satisfactorily explained at all.
Lithuania’s top seaside resort Palanga has gone all-out in its efforts to draw in the crowds this summer, kicking off this year’s “I Love Palanga” festival with a wide range of contests and events amid a carnival-like atmosphere.
In recent years, Eastern Europe has gained popularity among the most fashionable summer destinations, becoming an elegant fusion of history, culture and sexy beaches.
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 […]