Lithuanian kebabs are the best kebabs.
Pic related "Todzhe" made by lithuanians for lithuanians.
mmm just look at that shit
Here I can't buy kebabs, because nobody controls the sanitary
Lithuanians can't do foreign dishes for shit.
Judging from those things you call "pizzas", I honestly don't want to know what your kebabs taste like.
Myself after visiting Vilnius, Kaunas, Siauliai and Birzai.
They probably have nothing to do with Mid East? Even there they were created by Greeks. It's natural to make such meal. Whatever. What's inside?
No chains, no shaurma in cafes, supermarket food courts?
I have always been curious about visiting Lithuania. How is it there? Which city is the best? How is the food apart from these kebabs which look bretty good to me? What should one do or see there? I would assume its quite safe country for tourists and so on.
I'm not the best person for this kind of question, but most of our interesting stuff was destroyed during ww2 or ww1. Give me a second and I will give you a travel guide which I approve.
Yeah though we didn't stay there and headed for Klaipėda
I can't seem to find that one website that basically has all of the best locations for one visit, but here are two websites that are useful if you want to visit this shithole.
You mean Klaipėda? Also I liked this
Weather was really shit so we just walked around old town and then took ferry back to Sweden. And cepelinai were good too, though I couldn't finish them
Walked by foot up that hill
how much did the ferry cost? Also were you surprised how cheap everything was?
If you actually want to come here, I could give you a tour myself of my own city, Kaunas. I know a few interesting locations.
Ferry was about 60 euros or something and yeah pretty much everything is cheap, especially in smaller cities. I mean we called a taxi, drove to other side of the city and it cost us 2 euros
I've spent like 1,5 month in Lithuania and I even lived in authentic commieblock, it was small but really comfy. I wanted to go back in winter but sadly my friend couldn't accommodate me. In general yeah Lithuania was unique and pleasant experience
Vilnius and Jonava, since my friend is from there
Well, there's definitely something about you guys
I was actually surprised how many kebab stands were there around Lithuania. It seemed more than in Germany to me.
Also most of them are not even Turkish or something, they are usually run by 14/88 Lithuanian babushkas.
I can assure you it was not small but let's not get into details
Vilnius is a very interesting city. The old town reminded me a lot of Prague or any other town in my homeland. It has that central european baroque feel. Really nice. Kaunas is also comfy, although not so interesting.
why do I only see photos from the castle towards the river all the time on the interwebs?
I mean, the view towards the old town is so much better.
Vilnius old town is great. Many Swedes know Tallinn but not Vilnius or Riga.
No idea, though it's aesthetically pleasant view, to both old town and new centre