Recommended time to visit: Lithuania is characterised by four distinct seasons. The end of spring and into summer (May - August) offer the most pleasant temperatures for hitting the beach and for sightseeing, but the early snows of winter in November and through the colder months can be a beautiful time to explore.
Less popular time to visit: Lithuania is a year-round destination, but if you'd prefer to visit when the mercury is above a couple of degrees then you'll want to avoid the freezing months of December - February.
Best time for beaches: Lithuania's summer is relatively short, lasting from June - August. So if you'd like to head to the coast for some beachside relaxation then this is the time to go.
Best time for sightseeing: Summer temperatures rarely get swelteringly hot, so sightseeing in Lithuania's medieval cities can be enjoyed all the way through from April - October, with temperatures generally pleasant without being uncomfortably hot or cold.
Anything to be aware of? For a small country, Lithuania has a very unpredictable climate. Whenever you are travelling, it is wise to pack a warm jumper, waterproofs and some insect repellent, just in case!
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