Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Lithuania

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Lithuania
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Lithuania

While it is predominantly flat there are some amazing things to see in Lithuania and this post not only takes you on a tour of the most amazing things to see but also some of the more unusual tourist destinations…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Lithuania


Banknote Kaunas, Kaunas
Banknote Kaunas, Kaunas

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This 10 story office building located in Kaunas is designed to look like a Lithuania bank note. Shame it isn’t a bank.

Day and Night Monument, Kaunas
Day and Night Monument, Kaunas

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Erected in 1939 this statue when viral and has been seen millions of times and is well worth seeing.

Hill of Crosses, Meškuičių
Hill of Crosses, Meškuičių

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This site of pilgrimage is home to over 100,000 crosses and countless memories of loved ones and family lost.

Trakai Island Castle, Trakai
Trakai Island Castle, Trakai

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This fairytale-style castle on a lake looks like something from Game of Thrones!

Pan House, Žagarė
Pan House, Žagarė

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This amazing house is not just quirky and unusual, it is a stand against the government and the householders rights to be an individual.

Monument to the Victims of Fascism, Kaunas
Monument to the Victims of Fascism, Kaunas

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While it’s style and whole reason for existing is a dark and powerful one, there is also something amazing and worth seeing about it.

Hill of Witches, Juodkrantė
Hill of Witches, Juodkrantė

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There are many woodlands with statues inside them, but not many with a public trail to a Hill of Witches!

Europos Parkas, Joneikiškės
Europos Parkas, Joneikiškės

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This amazing sculpture park is stretched over 50 hectares and features art from various artists and some of it is a little on the weird side.

Dvina Missile Silo, Plateliai
Dvina Missile Silo, Plateliai

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Part of the Soviet Unions nuclear defence it is now thankful abandoned and is more of a decaying museum.

The Frozen Lake, Trakai
The Frozen Lake, Trakai

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This strange phenomenon that happens most winters is all about gas coming up from within the lake. Whatever it is, it looks incredible.

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