Your Travel Guide in Baltics
Visit 5 Greatest National Parks in Lithuania
AUKŠTAITIJA NATIONAL PARK
The Aukštaitija National Park is the oldest national park in Lithuania. Forests cover even 69% area. Aukstatija National Park is famous for its beautiful and clean lakes, ethnographic villages, plenty of forests and natural harmony. This is the area in which different ways you can travel throughout the year.
ŽEMAITIJA NATIONAL PARK
The Žemaitija National Park will be a real discovery for those who are traveling to explore wild nature. The park has more than 200 cultural heritage. What to do and what to see everyone find in this park: tourists who are traveling by bicycle, sailors, divers and water sports tourists, fishing, bird-watching enthusiasts.
TRAKAI HISTORICAL NATIONAL PARK
Trakai Historical National Park is the only such park across Lithuania. Trakai Historical National Park emphasis on cultural heritage, history, and archeology.Almost one-fifth of the historic national park area is covered with water. The majority of the park consists of Trakai island.
DZŪKIJA NATIONAL PARK
Dzukija National Park is the biggest saved area in Lithuania. The forests in this park occupy 91% of the territory. Travel in the park is available in all seasons, especially in the summer to do so popular canoeing, biking.
KURSIU NERIJA (CURONIAN SPIT) NATIONAL PARK
The Curonian Spit National Park is the most visited saved area in Lithuania, in 2000 park was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Curonian Spit National Park is stand out by the specific beauty of the landscape, as well as a unique flora and fauna. In the Curonian Spit is a lot of hotels and holiday homes.