1. The Baltic Sea offers one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe.
Lithuania's coastline is 90km long. While it may not span such a large distance, it is impressively beautiful. And its sandy beaches, white dunes and fishermen villages will undoubtedly impress.
2. During the 1500s, works to protect the core of the city with masonry walls and five gates commenced.
This wall formed a closed space spanning 3km. The wall measured 12m high and 1.5m thick.
3. Captured at the golden hour. The sun illuminates St. Apostle Peter and Paul Church.
4. The sun sets over Meridian and Klaipeda's Old Town.
5. Constitution Avenue - the capital business and skyscrapers district.
6. A panoramic photo of one of the most stunning streets of Vilnius - Gediminas Avenue.
7. The Old Town of Vilnius.
Vilnuis had great influence on the cultural and architectural development of Eastern Europe in the 18th century. And while it had been attacked and destroyed on numerous occasions, it retained its impressive Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicist buildings.
8. Birstonas, one of the prettiest towns in Lithuania, best known for its spas.
9. Captured on a stunning evening.
10. Christmas is one of the most magical times to visit Vilnius. Expect to see some of the best Christmas markets in Europe and one of the most impressive Christmas trees you will ever see.
11. Elektrėnai St. Queen of the Virgin Mary Church.
12. The capital of Lithuania is decorated with three white, magnificent crosses erected on a mountain.
They symbolize the old town of Vilnius but are also a monument to their national identity and resistance to occupation.
13. The Vilnius-Kaunas route.
14. Vilnius - a city that combines past with present and future.
15. There is nothing quite as serene as seeing the countryside covered in snow.