Discover Lentvaris

Lentvaris is a city located in Lithuania, approximately 25 miles east of the country's capital city of Vilnius. It is home to about 5,000 people and is situated along the Nemunas Riverbank. Lentvaris is known for its historical importance as it has played an important role in many military conflicts over the centuries and was once part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

Visitors can enjoy Lentvaris' rich history by visiting sites such as the 18th century wooden church, a 19th century manor house with a beautiful park, or take a stroll down Vytautas Avenue lined with various statues dedicated to prominent Lithuanian figures from years gone by. There are also several fortifications that were built around 1748 which still stand today.

Those looking to experience something unique during their visit should make sure to head over to The Horse Museum where visitors will find an abundance of interesting artifacts related to horses from past eras including saddles, stirrups, horseshoes, and more. For outdoor activities visitors can partake in kayaking or fishing on the Nemunas River or take advantage of all that nature has to offer at The Nemeda Regional Park featuring vast forests and rolling hills perfect for hikes and camping trips.