10 April 2000 Lithuania is an enigma, especially for tourists. Many cannot decide whether the country and its capital, Vilnius, are gems waiting to be discovered by hordes of camera-toting tourists from Asia or unripe fruits dreading the influx of backpackers and unsympathetic foreigners. In many ways, the country’s tourism sector reflects this ambivalence. For […]

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