Paplatele, Plunges r., Plunge, Lithuania | 2 star hotel

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Searching for the sun and hedonists

A travel blog entry by ilenes1225


We took off for the famed Palanga (the hotbed of hot bodies and hedonists- ok, at least that's what they say in the brochure), which is well-known for what happens during the short summer months of Lithuania. Incredibly, the population usually balloons from 20,000 to 100,000 people. No, we did not hang on the beach ...

Seaside!!! happy again..

A travel blog entry by the-gibbons


Posted the keys and left Latvia with high hopes for Lithuania (Angela had a good feeling)
4 hour drive to the seaside town of Palanga (recommended to us by the bar man at bar 38 WIQ)

Had originally booked the Lasas Hotel for tomorrow to stay 2 nights but arrived a day early, first impressions were good, very quaint town, Hotel receptionist was lovely and it was no problem to add another night.

Room was beautiful, more 4* than 3*, we had a big corner balcony ...

Palanga & 1000 year Lithuanian celebration

A travel blog entry by will.traveller


I am going to another beach town, Palanga, 30 min North. Micro busses leave frequently. They appear to wait until full which can be 2 minutes or 40 minutes (like to Nida).

This is a total beach resort. It's pedestrian walk even has Carnival type rides, huge cafes, ice cream everywhere … The crowds dwarf Nida. The beach has a volleyball tournament going on. I do my thing which is to ...

Zemaitija NP - Lithuania

A travel blog entry by roamingmonk


And now to one of the most bizarre things we've gone to see on this trip. In 1960 the Russians, who occupied Lithuania at the time, built a nuclear weapon facility in the middle of a forest. It took 10,000 people to build it over 2 years, all done in secret. Much of it had to be done by hand because of the noise factor - in fact it was so secret the local population ...


A travel blog entry by rnriggins


So much for me not writing about places I visit! I couldn't let this one go by without a little more detail than the photos can provide. First of all, Palanga is the most gorgeous beach town I have ever visited! It is simply perfect (assuming you replace the Baltic with the Adriatic). The town is spotlessly clean, incredibly well-designed, full of art and flowers, has a long and wide sandy beach backed by millions of pine trees and plenty to do for every age and interest. ...


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