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Discover Europe: Alanta to Vilnius and Beyond Exploring the Charming Cities of Atlanta and Vilnius Ever dreamt of escaping the daily grind and losing yourself in the cobblestone streets of Europe? Well, now's your chance.
Pack your bags, grab your passport, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure across Europe.
Starting in the charming city of Alanta,Georgia, you'll make your way through the Balkans and into the Baltics, ending in the quirky capital of Lithuania, Vilnius.
Over the course of two weeks, you'll experience the best these overlooked and underrated parts of Europe have to offer.
You'll wander medieval towns, hike through the stunning Caucasus Mountains, and sail the Black Sea under starry night skies.
You'll feast on khachapuri, cevapi, and kibinai, wash it all down with chacha brandy or midus honey beer, and dance the night away to folk tunes.
This whirlwind trip through the cultural crossroads of Europe will awaken your senses and open your eyes to a part of the continent often missed but never forgotten.
What are you waiting for? Adventure awaits! Pack your bags - you've got a flight to catch and memories to make.
Discover Europe awaits.
Must-See Sights on a Road Trip From Atlanta to Vilnius The charming capital of Lithuania, Vilnius, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and considered the cultural heart of the Baltics.
Walk the cobblestone streets of the Old Town, lined with Baroque churches and pastel-colored buildings.
Check out the Vilnius Cathedral, St.
Anne's Church, and Gediminas Castle perched on a hilltop.
After exploring the city, head to Trakai Island Castle, about 30 minutes away.
This scenic, medieval fortified palace on an island in Galvė Lake is worth the trip.
You can tour the well-preserved castle, once home to Lithuanian Grand Dukes, then rent a boat to explore the lake and Trakai National Park.
Food and Nightlife Lithuanian cuisine fuses culinary influences from Germany, Poland, Russia and beyond.
Try national dishes like potato pancakes, cold beetroot soup, and doughnuts filled with jam, sweet cottage cheese, or chocolate.
Wash it all down with a cold glass of Švyturys, the local brew.
As evening falls, Vilnius comes alive.
Grab a craft cocktail at Alchemikas or head to the bohemian Užupis district, filled with art galleries, cafes, and bars frequented by students and artists.
Check out what's on at Oskaras Koršunovas Theatre, Menų Spaustuvė music venue or the contemporary art space Sodų 4.
Whatever you do, make sure to end the night gazing at the stars from Gediminas Castle Hill.
Vilnius charms with its blend of architectural styles, natural beauty and creative spirit.
Not to mention, it's very budget-friendly, especially compared to other European capitals.
This city has something for everyone, whether you're a culture vulture, nature lover or foodie.
Fall under its spell - you won't regret it.
Top Activities and Attractions in Atlanta and Vilnius A road trip from Atlanta to Vilnius would be an epic adventure, full of stunning scenery and cultural wonders.
Here are some must-see sights along the way: The Blue Ridge Parkway Winding through the Appalachian Mountains, this scenic highway offers breathtaking vistas of rolling hills and misty valleys.
Stop at overlooks like Craggy Gardens or Mount Mitchell, the highest point east of the Mississippi.
Niagara Falls No trip to upstate New York is complete without seeing the thunderous power and beauty of Niagara Falls.
Take a boat tour to fully experience the roar of the water and get soaked by the spray.
Chicago A vibrant metropolis on the shores of Lake Michigan, the Windy City dazzles with world-class museums, shopping, dining, and nightlife.
Check out Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, and don't miss a chance to catch a show at The Second City comedy club.
Prague, Czech Republic Crossing the Atlantic, you'll land in enchanting Prague, a fairytale city filled with Baroque architecture, charming squares, and the historic Charles Bridge.
Climb the hill to Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world, for panoramic views of the city's red rooftops.
Vilnius, Lithuania Your final destination, the capital of Lithuania, is a UNESCO World Heritage site renowned for the largest baroque old town in Eastern Europe.
Meander cobblestone streets, gawk at opulent churches, and peruse the local crafts at Amber Gallery-Market.
Your epic road trip ends on a high note in this Baltic beauty.
Where to Stay and Eat Along the Route Once in Atlanta, you’ll have no shortage of exciting things to see and do.
Here are some of the top highlights: World of Coca-Cola No trip to Atlanta is complete without visiting the World of Coca-Cola.
This museum is dedicated to the history of the world’s most popular soda.
You can see vintage Coke machines and advertisements, learn about the secret formula, and sample Coke products from around the world.
Centennial Olympic Park Built for the 1996 Summer Olympics, Centennial Olympic Park is now a popular public park.
Go for a stroll, have a picnic on the lawn, or check out the Fountain of Rings, which features a synchronized water and light show set to music.
The park often hosts concerts and festivals as well.
Martin Luther King Jr.
National Historic Site Honoring the civil rights leader who shaped Atlanta, this site includes Martin Luther King Jr.
’s birth home, museum, church and memorial.
You can walk the grounds for free and learn about the American Civil Rights Movement.
His “I Have a Dream” speech was given at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.
C.
, but you can stand on the same steps here.
Fox Theatre The Fox Theatre is an opulent historic theater that hosts Broadway shows, comedians, concerts, and other live events.
Even if you don’t catch a show, you can take tours of the theater to admire its architecture and learn about its history.
Once you’ve explored Atlanta, head to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
A few top things to experience there include: •Exploring the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with beautiful churches, courtyards and architecture.
•Seeing the Gate of Dawn, a historic city gate containing an icon of the Virgin Mary.
•Visiting Vilnius Cathedral, a Neoclassical church completed in 1801.
•Checking out the charming Užupis district, a bohemian neighborhood that declared itself an independent republic.
•Taking a hot air balloon ride to get a birds-eye view of the city.
•Sampling traditional Lithuanian food like potato pancakes, cold beetroot soup, and cheese curds.
Discover the unique charms of these two very different European cities.
There’s something for everyone in Atlanta and Vilnius! Planning Your Epic European Road Trip From Atlanta to Vilnius Along this route through Eastern Europe, you'll find charming places to rest your head and fill your belly.
Here are some recommendations to make the most of your adventure.
Bratislava, Slovakia In the capital city, stay at the Hotel Marrol's, a boutique hotel in a restored historic building.
You'll be walking distance to Old Town, with charming cobblestone streets, cafes, and Bratislava Castle.
For traditional Slovak fare like bryndzové halušky (dumplings with sheep's cheese) and kapustnica (sauerkraut soup), head to Modrá Hviezda.
Budapest, Hungary There's no shortage of stunning hotels, but for old-world glamour try the Corinthia Hotel Budapest, with an opulent spa and Royal Ballroom.
Explore the Central Market Hall and dine on goulash, palinka (fruit brandy), and dobos torte.
Take in the views of the Danube River and Parliament building with a stroll across the Chain Bridge.
Cluj-Napoca, Romania This charming Transylvanian city has hip cafes, live music venues, and an energetic vibe.
Casa Boema boutique hotel features stylish rooms, an art gallery and cocktail bar.
For traditional comfort food like mici (grilled meatballs), mamaliga (a cornmeal porridge), and sarmale (stuffed cabbage rolls) washed down with a pint of Ursus beer, check out Crama Sibiu.
Vilnius, Lithuania In the capital, stay at Stikliai Hotel, a refurbished historic glass factory.
You'll be well situated to explore the charming Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Try cepelinai (potato dumplings), kibinai (meat or fruit-filled pastries), and alus (Lithuanian beer).
Stroll through leafy Vilniaus Žaliasis Turgus (Green Market) and take in the panoramic views of the city from Gediminas Tower.
This whirlwind tour through some of Eastern Europe’s most enchanting cities will satisfy your thirst for culture, cuisine, history and adventure.
But go slowly—there’s no need to rush through such a wonderful part of the world.

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