Lithuanian resorts publicize summer attractions


Slashed prices in Palanga and Nida, golf course in Druskininkai

Although the value-added tax on hotel services has been raised by almost four times in Lithuania, accommodation prices are expected to go down in an effort to attract guests. But it’s not only hotels that are lowering their prices; canoe rental companies and cafés are doing the same Lietuvos Rytas writes, something that should lend a boost to domestic tourism. Holidaymakers can expect prices to go down in the coastal resorts of Palanga and Nida. Meanwhile, close to the spa resort of Druskininkai, a 60 ha golf course will open in August, while at the opposite end of the country, in lake-filled Zarasai district, a wide assortment of active leisure activities will also be on offer to those who choose to stay in Lithuania for the summer.


Lietuvos Rytas, 2009-05-05

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