Lithuania has many resorts on the Baltic Sea. Palanga is a city with loud music, funfairs, restaurants, hotels, SPAs, and lots of entertainment. It is also the “summer capital” of Lithuania. Similar to Jurmala in Latvia, it offers various types of leisure activities during the summer period. The pedestrianised Basanavičiaus street with its open-air concerts and its cafes, bars, and restaurants, has lights, fountains, funfairs, lotteries, a fair share of kitsch, as well as throngs of people, is sometimes reminiscent of an Asian metropolis, a bit like Jomas street in Jurmala, Latvia. Only Basanavičiaus street is much longer. There are no hotels built on the beach, although a beautiful pine forest welcomes everyone to visit its enchanted trails. Palanga is also known for many celebrations and annual events, such as Race weekend in July and concerts and local festivals.
Another resort in Lithuania is Scentoji, which is popular with families and young couples. Unlike the other resorts of Lithuania, Sventoji almost entirely closes outside the summer season. You will barely be able to find anything open there in winter apart from a few shops.
Neringa resort is the most expensive and certainly the most luxurious in Lithuania.