You'll feel like a child again with this unique treehouse cabin building located in Varena, Alytaus Apskritis, Lithuania. The cozy vacation retreat can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. The Treehouse wood cabin is the perfect place for a vacation in the middle of an old pine trees forest. The treehouse cabin building offers a retreat away from city life and a relaxing getaway to the wild less than one hour away from Vilnius. The treehouse is a romantic room that is suited for unforgettable moments with a loved one.
The cozy cabin retreat contains an outdoor terrace with a lovely view of the landscape, fire-place, hammocks and many other things that will make your time away amazing. Moreover, the treehouse offers a perfect working place with free wi-fi and a working desk for anyone who is looking to change up their usual office day into a peaceful and untraditional workplace.
For guests who enjoy more active leisure time, the treehouse vacation stay offers a bike tour to the nearest village Pamerkiai located on the river Merkys. There you will find a beautiful village established at the beginning of the 20th century but also the Grikucis farmstead famous for its traditional kitchen and its educational programs. The treehouse vacation cabin is located in an idyllic spot, perfect to sit back, relax and press the reset button. You might choose to stay in the cabin building or go into Vilnius to enjoy some activities away. You'll love the cozy cabins look and feel
Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania and is the largest and most bustling city. During your visit to Lituania, you can visit the Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square one of the most sought after locations in the city. Here you will find a dramatic view of the neoclassical Cathedral Basilica with its bell tower along with the mountaintop Gediminas Castle. During your visit, you'll want to try the spectacular food of the region. Dine at the Kempinski Hotel's Telegrafas Restaurant.
Before exploring Vilnius, you'll want to know a little about its dramatic history. The people of this country are resilient as history shows they have experienced so much loss. In 1236 King Mindaugas was the first Grand Duke and only King who established the first independent state of Lithuania. The region went on to attract both Jewish and German tradesmen and merchants, and for hundreds of years, it became a place for people who were fleeing religious persecution. Before World War II, the city of Vilnius was one of the largest Jewish centers in Europe. Napoleon even named Vilnius the Jerusalem of the North.
Then in 1654, Vilnius was occupied by Russian forces, and the city was pillaged and burned, with its population being massacred. During the Great Northern War, the city was looted by the Swedish army, and at the end of the 18th century, the city of Vilnius entered the Russian Empire as its third-largest city. During the Russian rule, the city walls of Vilnius were destroyed, and by 1805, only the Gate of Dawn remained among its five original gates. During your vacation stay in Lituania, you'll want to visit Vilnius and see some of the historical sites.
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