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Lithuania is not exactly known for being a culinary paradise. However, Vilnius didn't disappoint me. I was able to try two vegan restaurants and went to a vegan store during my short stay in Lithuania’s capital. When I travel I choose to support vegan places, so I can only report on those, but there are several other restaurants that you could go to which offer vegan options.
Living in Athens, Greece means that when I meet other travelers abroad they usually ask me for tips on what to do in the Greek capital. While there are certainly some pretty places here (check out my post on the old neighborhood of Plaka), I always tell people that there is no need to stay in Athens proper for more than two full days.
A few days ago, I got back from my trip to Vilnius, Lithuania. To be quite honest, I was never particularly interested in the Baltic countries (Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia), but as I travel on a budget and still want to do as much traveling as possible I have to pick cheap destinations over the ones that seem most exciting. (To find cheap flights, consider checking https://www.skyscanner.com/ – You can also get the app at https://skyscanner.app.link/ I earn points if you use my links, but there’s no catch for you if you click on them.)
Out of the three Baltic countries, Lithuania probably gets the least amount of hype in the travel community, but often when you expect the least you’ll be rewarded the most. I spent a total of 72 hours in the city, and these are the things I recommend if you find yourself in this beautiful Baltic city.
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.
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