• April 7, 2015
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New tourist trails in Vilnius, Trakai and Kernavė

New tourist guides of Vilnius, Trakai and Kernavė were published, promoting bicycle, water and cultural tourism in those cities. They were issued in several languages, including Polish.

Residents of Lithuania and tourists visiting Vilnius, Trakai and Kernavė may from now on use three new tourist guidebooks: ‘Bicycle Routes. Vilnius. Trakai. Kernavė.’, ’Water Routes and Active Leisure. Vilnius. Trakai. Kernavė.’, ‘Explore Historic Capitals of Lithuania. Vilnius. Trakai. Kernavė.’

The guides have information about tourist attractions, descriptions of routes and maps.

The guidebooks about bicycle and tourist routes are available in four languages: Lithuanian, Russian, English and Polish.

In ‘Explore Historic Capitals of Lithuania. Vilnius. Trakai. Kernavė.’, 70 tourist attractions were presented, and the information is available in as many as 6 languages – in one file – Lithuanian, Russian and Polish, in other – English, German and French.

New guidebooks will be circulated free of charge in tourist information centers in Vilnius and Trakai and in the Kernavė Archeology Museum.

Guides were made as a part of a project partially financed from European funds.

New tourist trails were also created in Vilnius, Trakai and Kernavė, as well as an app for smartphones and promotional videos. Total value of the project – 472 672 litai.

Videos available under the links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIjVH59FrlY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tzw8Dc-cBQ
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y3Io33IBn0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7L1C5BIShs

Translated by Antonina Górka within the framework of a traineeship programme of the European Foundation of Human Rights, www.efhr.eu.

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