Every year you spend your holidays in your homecountry, but cottages in Bristol or villas Wales aren't the right thing this year? Panevezys is located in the centre of Lithuania, between the cities of Riga and Vilnius.The city is unique, as it offers a clean and verdant environment in which to spend your holidays, while remaining a major industrial hub and modern cosmopolitanh centre. Holiday homes Panevezys offer an opportunity to explore the city, which is home to Republikos Street, renowned for its yellow houses and art galleries, and Laisves Square, which is a perfect blend of modern and old ideas.The city of Panevezys boasts a wide range of holiday homes and holiday cottages. Holiday homes Panevezys are available to suit every possible taste, budget and requirement. You can also opt for holiday cottages Panevezys, which are available in self catering to give you maximum flexibility and freedom when you come to plan your days in this beautiful region.Holiday homes Panevezys will put you in close proximity to many of the attractions that the city has to offer. Many of the historic and old monuments and buildings in the city are from very long ago. The Old River area was the place where the pagans from the region used to make sacrifices to the ancient gods. It may be of interest to note that the people living in ancient Panevezys were considered to be the oldest pagans in the continent. Today, the Old River is home to St. Peter and Paul's Church, and in the vicinity is the monument of the Great Duke of Lithuania, Alexander.
Living in holiday homes Panevezys will also allow people to visit what used to be a water mill in the 1800s. Today, the water mill is a luxurious hotel. Another attraction of the city is the Cido Arena, which was constructed in 2008. The arena has 250-metre long Olympic-sized cycling track and basketball court. It is also used for hosting concerts, and is capable of seating around 7,300 music lovers at a time.Holiday cottages Panevezys allow visitors to see a beautiful collection of ceramics through the International Ceramics Symposia, which is held every year in the city. The city's book sign club not only organizes exhibitions of book signs, but also contests, which are open to people from all nationalities.Another unmissable attraction when staying in holiday homes Panevezys is the J. Miltinis Drama Theatre. The theatre is located close to the Old River and is a tribute to Juozas Miltinis, the noted and renowned stage director. The city is also home to a puppet theatre, and the theatre sends a puppet wagon to the remote villages and towns of the country to entertain children.
Close to the drama theatre is another theatre called the Menas. This theatre's entrance is graced by a huge sculpture of Don Kichot, who was a noted humanist. The sculpture is made from bronze, copper and brass, and is adorned with glass butterflies.When staying in holiday cottages Panevezys, do not miss a visit to the J Masiulis Bookshop, which is housed in an ancient building. It is believed that this building was associated with book smugglers of Lithuania.Holiday cottages Panevezys will put you in close proximity to the Ethnography Museum, which has the country's biggest collection of insects from all over the world.However, Panevezys is more than theatres and museums. You can spend time at the numerous cafes at Laisves Square or sit besides the bubbling fountains dotting the square. Garsas, a brass orchestra, is also known to hold open air shows in the vicinity of the square.
On leaving your holiday homes Panevezys, you can explore the attractions and mystery of the city on a bicycle. The city has around 100 kilometres of bicycle paths.If you happen to stay in holiday cottages Panevezys during the Ultra Triathlon, you will be able to see the very entertaining car cross and rally that is held annually in the city.The charm of Panevezys is that it has managed to keep its ecology intact even though it is a major industrial town of Lithuania. There are plenty of charming places to get your fix of retail therapy in the city, as visitors can pick up handmade and ecological products at a reasonable price.
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