I spent some time during Christmas in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. What will you see and how do the Lithuanians decorate for Christmas? (more…)
In Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania is in the city center a house where the horror previously lived. This infamous house was until 1991 a place many would rather die than to be locked in into. Welcome to the feared security police house. (more…)
Vilnius TV Tower is Lithuania’s tallest building, but also the scene of a bloodbath during a few shocking days in the history of the Baltic states. (more…)
Lithuania’s capital Vilnius has long been overlooked, but it is a beautiful old city in size with Gothenburg, which should not be missed. It offers a relatively unexplored city experience where living costs are cheap and the history is constantly present. (more…)
In east Lithuania, there was until 2009 a time bomb in the same level as Chernobyl. This bomb was called Ignalina, and had the world’s most powerful nuclear reactor – and the same design as Chernobyl. Travel Blog Europe has paid it a visit.