Gedimino St. 26, Trakai, 21118, Lithuania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trakai

Basking in the Baltics

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane


Leaving Russia wasn't too painful – in fact, it wasn't painful at all! However, let’s talk Border crossings…Ivangorod is the town on the Russian side of the border and it looks like it’s an old town, i.e. pre-dating the Soviet era. As a result, the roads are twisting and narrow-ish, which is not a good combination for trucks, buses, mobile homes & caravans who are wanting to cross the border. Streets that are barely big enough ...

Another castle

A travel blog entry by riege


... is really nice and would really be a day trip worth from Vilnius. Perhaps next time. After Trakai it took me about half an hour to get to the limits of Vilnius but it took much longer to find a petrol station and finally the rental office. The city with all its one-way streets and closes streets in summer it definitely not the easiest to drive around. By accident I drove past the office and could return the car.

In the Footprints of a Ghost

A travel blog entry by davefremland


... to the disbanding of the Soviet Union, and there are to be celebrations in all of the 3 countries most affected by this event which are: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania…The very countries I have enjoyed so much during my obviously well timed travels.

Taking myself out, in a direct path through the lively center area, in addition to the many young people enjoying the pubs and restaurants lining the main promenade, there were older couples and ...

A whirlwind visit

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... s Jewish population was murdered, the Karaim were protected. Today they continue to live in Trakai and guard their language and customs. In fact to keep the gene pool of the community somewhat diverse, many young people now travel to Crimea to find a spouse and bring them back to Lithuania. The town itself is a quaint clustering of colorful wooden homes built in the typical lithuanian style, except that the Karaim build three windows at the front - one dedicated to God, one ...

European Escapades

A travel blog entry by dc240783


... managed to head to the Museum of Occupations later that afternoon. It was a very interesting museum and to think that all the Baltic countries were occupied by the Soviet Union only 19 years ago and the Germans 60 years ago is a sobering thought. The Baltic countries went through many years of hardship and the museum portrays that very well. I'd recommend going to the one in Riga. We went on a Pub Crawl that night and it ended up being the biggest night of my ...

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This 3 star hotel, located on Gedimino St. 26, Trakai, is near Trakai Castle.
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