The Baltics

Lithuania

Photo credit: Martin Klimenta

The Best of Old and New Europe Combined

A country of rolling hills, patchwork fields and a lovely Baltic Sea coastline, Lithuania was the last pagan country in Europe and the first of the Baltics to re-establish independence from the Soviet Union. Blessed with a sunny and self-deprecating cultural personality and a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, the Lithuanian people are happy to welcome foreign travelers. Let us introduce you.

Why travel to Lithuania with MIR

Travelers frequently praise us for our inspired itineraries that take them deeper into the culture and communities of the places we visit. Let us take you on an adventure to explore museums, mansions, and palaces. Discover the windswept beauty of the Curonian Spit, the incredible folk carvings of the Hill of Crosses, and experience the warmth and sense of humor of the Lithuanian people.

  • Over 30 years of Lithuania travel experience
  • Twice named one of National Geographic Adventure’s “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”
  • Travel programs such as Stanford University alumni and the Commonwealth Club have chosen MIR to guide them to Lithuania
  • Personalized travel planning from start to finish
  • On-the-ground support
  • Guides and tour managers that clients rave about
  • Quality you can trust
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14th-century Trakai Castle, built on an island in Lake Galve. Photo credit: Lithuanian State Department of Tourism
View of Vilnius' Old Town from Castle Hill. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta
Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta
Sailboats, dinghies, and kayaks fill Klaipeda's Dane River. Photo credit: Lithuanian State Department of Tourism
Soaring arches inside Lithuanian cathedral. Photo credit: Peter Guttman
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  • 14th-century Trakai Castle, built on an island in Lake Galve. Photo credit: Lithuanian State Department of Tourism 14th-century Trakai Castle, built on an island in Lake Galve. Lithuanian State Department of Tourism
  • View of Vilnius' Old Town from Castle Hill. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta View of Vilnius' Old Town from Castle Hill. Martin Klimenta
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Vilnius, Lithuania. Photo credit: Martin Klimenta Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Vilnius, Lithuania. Martin Klimenta
  • Sailboats, dinghies, and kayaks fill Klaipeda's Dane River. Photo credit: Lithuanian State Department of Tourism Sailboats, dinghies, and kayaks fill Klaipeda's Dane River. Lithuanian State Department of Tourism
  • Soaring arches inside Lithuanian cathedral. Photo credit: Peter Guttman Soaring arches inside Lithuanian cathedral. Peter Guttman
  • Colorful Lithuanian national costumes with intricately embroidered aprons. Photo credit: Peter Guttman Colorful Lithuanian national costumes are noted for their intricately embroidered aprons. Peter Guttman

Traveler Reviews

  • "My favorite part was Lithuania. Its history felt like the gateway to understanding the Baltics."

    A. Letafati

    Vancouver, BC, Canada