As a travel and food blogger, I’m always looking for destinations that offer a perfect blend of natural beauty and delicious local cuisine. Recently, I had the opportunity to explore Lithuania, and I was not disappointed. Lithuania is a hidden gem that offers some of the most beautiful places with great local food, from the rolling hills of the countryside to the vibrant cities.

This blog will serve as your ultimate Lithuania travel guide. I’ll share my top experiences and recommendations for those looking to discover the best of Lithuania’s natural beauty and delicious cuisine.

Vilnius—The City of Food and Culture

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is a city that offers a perfect blend of history, culture, and food. The old town of Vilnius is a UNESCO World Heritage site home to many historic buildings, churches, and monuments. But it’s also home to some of the best local cuisines in the country.

I particularly enjoyed the traditional Lithuanian dishes at the restaurant “Vilniaus Šnekutis”, which serves up delicious “kugelis” (potato pudding) and other traditional dishes.

If you’re looking for a more modern take on traditional Lithuanian cuisine, I recommend visiting “Kablys”, a restaurant that offers a creative interpretation of traditional dishes. The restaurant has a cozy and welcoming atmosphere, and the food is simply delicious.

Klaipeda—A Coastal Delight

Klaipeda is a coastal city located on the Baltic Sea and is known for its delicious seafood. The city is home to several seafood restaurants offering a wide variety of options, from traditional Lithuanian dishes to international cuisine.

I particularly enjoyed “Viskas Lietuviska” which is a must-visit for a delicious and authentic Lithuanian dining experience. The restaurant’s name, translating to “Everything Lithuanian,” truly lives up to its name, as the menu is filled with traditional Lithuanian dishes made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients.

I highly recommend trying the cepelinai, a dish of potato dumplings filled with meat or cottage cheese. The dumplings were perfectly cooked, with a crisp exterior and a soft and fluffy interior.

Kaunas—The City of Delicious Street Food

Kaunas, the second-largest city in Lithuania, is a great destination for those looking for delicious street food. The city’s street food scene is vibrant and offers a wide variety of options, from traditional Lithuanian dishes to international cuisine. I particularly enjoyed the traditional Lithuanian meat pies sold at street vendors throughout the city. They’re a must-try for any food lover visiting Kaunas.

Another street food favorite is the “Kibinai”, a traditional Lithuanian pastry filled with meat or vegetables. These pastries are available at street vendors throughout the city and are a great way to try traditional Lithuanian cuisine on the go.

Irina Bukatik’s photography of cepelinai.


Overall, my trip to Lithuania was a fantastic experience. The country’s natural beauty and delicious cuisine made it a perfect destination for a food and travel blogger like myself. I highly recommend visiting Vilnius, Kaunas, and Klaipeda for their beautiful places and great local food.

I hope this blog post has served the purpose of your Lithuania travel guide so you to plan a trip to Lithuania and discover its incredible natural beauty and delicious regional cuisine for yourself.

For more fantastic travel experiences, tips, and recommendations, including some secret destinations around the world, visit my blog, Irina Bukatik.  If you’re interested in learning more about exotic cuisines, feel free to get in touch with me.

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