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Visit This Spa Town While Volunteering In Lithuania

Posted by Auvi Evans on 1/13/18 5:26 PM

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While volunteering in Lithuania you probably should take a relaxing weekend trip to this little charming spa town.

Did you know that there are two cities you can live in while spending a semester abroad in Lithuania? Lucky for you both Vilnius and Kaunas are just short of a two hour bus ride from Druskininkai, Lithuania (this cute spa town)!

Have some questions about what it's like to serve abroad in Lithuania? Talk to an ILP representative who can help you out!

Druskininkai is a fun little town which will be a perfect weekend trip for you ILP volunteers! There are gorgeous churches to explore, a beautiful lake, cable car rides, spas to relax in, and more. Even if you don't visit a spa there is still a ton to do in the city! Keep reading for the top things to do in  Druskininkai.

Visit The Churches

One of the most beautiful things about Europe are all of the amazing churches you can visit. Druskininkai won't leave you disappointed! There are many churches to walk through and they are extremely unique and intricately decorated. These two are the most visited ones:

  • St. Mary's : I. Fonbergo g. 15, Druskininkai 66120, Lithuania
  • Joy of All Sorrow:  LaisvÄ—s a. 2, Druskininkai 66001, Lithuania

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Stop By The Parks

If you are visiting Druskininkai at a warm time of the year, take some time to stroll through the parks and people watch, or pack a picnic.

Vijuneles Park

This is a wonderful place to go for a walk, go swimming, or rent bikes and ride around. You can also find a playground, memorials, and a cemetery at this park.

Gruto Park

Gruto Park is really interesting and has quite a few things to do. A rather eccentric man began collecting Soviet Era propaganda and statues and has arranged them for you to walk through. You can also check out the mini zoo and a playground with some really awesome swings you've never seen before!

Uno Park

If you want to mix things up check out Uno Park! It  is an adventure park with things like ropes courses, in the air bridges, and more!

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Eat Delicious Food

One of the best parts of any trip is the food!  Druskininkaihas great restaurants and cafes to eat.

Toli Toli 

This is one of the most popular restaurants in Druskininkai and for a good reason. Their food is delicious and the staff is super friendly.  You will be able to find a great mix of European and Middle Eastern food here. Make sure you try out the hummus plate! 

Boulangerie

A French inspired cafe and bakery. There are a ton of delicious pastries, cakes, muffins, and more. A lot of it is only a Euro, which makes it a nice quick and cheap treat to grab on the go.

Forta Dvaras

If you want to try authentic Lithuanian food make sure you visit Forta Dvaras. With the traditional Zepelinis, potato pancakes, and other delicious things you will get a real taste of Lithuania!

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Spas

You're in a "spa town" so consider checking out a spa or two! There are A LOT of options in Druskininkai so do some research before you settle on one. Even though the spa treatments are affordable compared to typical spa treatments in America, it can be a bit pricey, so keep that in mind. 

Here's a quick list of spas to check out! You can find their prices for spa treatments online and decide if you want to indulge yourself at all! 

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 While you serve abroad in Lithuania you will also be able to travel throughout Europe! Together with your ILP group you can see amazing countries you've always dreamed of. 

Click the button below to learn more about Lithuania, the fun kids you can teach, and all the amazing things you can see! A semester volunteering in Europe will seriously change your life. 

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