Discover the best top things to do in Alytus County, Lithuania including Antanas Cesnulis Sculpture Park, K.Dineika Wellness Park, Druskininkai Aquapark, Musical Fountain, Church of the Icon of Mother of God of All the Afflicted, Church of Saint Mary's Scapular, Druskonis, Grutas Park, Snow Arena, Lynu Lelias Cable Car.
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5.0 based on 93 reviews
Ticket price 5€ -1 person. Distance from Druskininkai ~5/8km can't remember best go with car but also fine with a bike. There is lot of interesting sculptures to see it also you will find there music and light installation with it. Visit took me ~30min if you would read all stuff around maybe it would take 60min. But it was fun for me and my wife :)
4.5 based on 887 reviews
Lots of fun both for adults and kids. Don't buy the 2-hour ticket because it surely won't be enough.
4.5 based on 343 reviews
We had not been to Druskininkia for six years and this was a very nice surprise. It is centrally situated in front of the Europa Royale Hotels. The surrounding gardens are very well kept.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
I love the church. One can sense the tranquility inside the church. The interior of the church is beautiful. I find it interesting the others have placed miniature statues of Virgin Mary outside the church below the wooden sculpture. We took some pretty drone footage of the church and if interested to see, visit our youtube channel, The Kruns, and search for travel video about Druskininkai.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Beautiful lake with great surroundings - one of the main town's attractions. There are always plenty of people on the shores, but it's rarely noisy, the atmosphere is usually very realxing. Druskonis lake is what the twn of Druskininaki is all about
4.0 based on 347 reviews
This sculpture park contains all of the country's Communist-era statues along with playgrounds, stages and restaurants.
Our tour included a day trip south from Vilnius to this extraordinary park, about 5 kms from the border with Belorus. Very remote. Apparently, after independence in September 1991 communities across the country removed all the statues from the Soviet era of occupation and a Lithuanian entrepreneur came up with the suggestion to create a park to display these (on marshy land he owned and had no other use for). The result is a sobering and moving record of the Soviet occupation, tempered by a sense of surreal humour that came up with this creative concept. Opened in 2001 there are watch towers, a surrounding moat and loudspeakers with Russian announcements to convey the oppression of Soviet occupation. As well as statues large and small of Lenin, 3 of Stalin and other luminaries of the Soviet system, there is a wealth of historic documented records from the period, beautifully and ironically presented, including a "reading room" which was a common feature of all communities to "educate" with appropriate propaganda. Interesting election results show how information was manipulated to record 99 % voter turnout and unanimity ! Lithuanians are rightly proud of their independence and this important reminder of their suffering is also symbolic of the freedoms they recovered. The fact it is near the borders with Belorus, Poland and Kaliningrad highlights a continuing tension and sensitivity around national security, illustrated by the so-called Suwalki Corridor of neighbouring Poland. There is an excellent café/restaurant for refreshment.
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This horizontal cable car goes from the Aqua Park to the snow Area. The views of the forest, the town and and the Nemunas River are excellent.
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