Undoubtedly, every Lithuanian has experienced the wellness resorts or wellness production that stems from this resort town. Popular mud baths, salt procedures continue to attract thousands of rest seekers to this tranquil town, that has a number of wonderful health resources and is right in the middle of a tranquil pine forest.
Druskininkai town name is associated with the word ‘druska’, meaning salt. Druskininkas is a person who by trade extracts and produces salt and sells it. From the unmemorable times, salt mineral streams have sprung here. The healing effects of which were first tried and enjoyed by the locals. It was declared an official healing place back in 1794 by the Lithuanian-Polish king Stanislovas Augustas Poniatovskis. Back in 19th century, Druskininkai was famed in the whole of Czarist Russian Empire and beyond.
Today Druskininkai is a year round attraction, that goes beyond wellness resorts – SPA centers, health centers, impeccably curated town landscape and surround nature, active lifestyle complexes, such as Aquapark, treetop climbing park and a ski hill that operates the whole year.
This tour can be incorporated as part of the Southern Lithuania tour.
||Pick up from Your hotel|
|WEAR||Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
Tour operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
|PRICE||€ 90 per person (groups of 2 or more people)
If you’re traveling solo or in a group of more than 4 people – contact us for a special rate
We offer additional objects in Druskininkai:
- Resorts – SPA centers
- Treetop climbing UNO Park
- Snow Arena
- M. K. Ciurlionis memorial museum
- The gallery of K. Jonynas
- Woodworker craftsman Antanas Cesnulis estate
- Salt Studio
We offer additional tours of attractions in this region:
- Soviet- sculpture museum “Gruto Parkas”
- Merkine Pyramid
- Liskiava monastery (not just for the pilgrims)
- Excursion across the National park Dzukija
- Mushroom-picking (seasonal)