Kaunas In Your Pocket


Kaunas is changing so consistently it’s hard to keep up with all the new restaurants, bars, clubs and cafés. Along with these new dining, reclining and party hotspots, a superlative, newly renovated art gallery recently reopened – the M K Čiurlionis National Art Museum – which we write about in this issue. Lithuania’s second city, edgier yet less pretentious and more relaxed than the capital, is also gearing up for an unforgettable year as European Capital of Culture 2022, along with Luxembourg, so the changes will keep on coming.
In this guide you'll find the best of what to do, see, eat and drink. We also have feature articles on the history, culture, customs, sports, where to travel in Lithuania, plus some pointers on local food. We also have a list of what's on. The print guide is published once a year, available at selected hotels, bookshops and kiosks. Don't forget to check out Lithuania's other cities Vilnius and Klaipėda and the sandy coastal resorts Palanga and Nida. Visit our facebook page to get the latest updates, and download our new free In Your Pocket travel app for IOS and Android.

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