Cheap flights to Palanga
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Take the next flight to Palanga and:
- strut your stuff on the beachfront promenade
- visit the unique Amber Museum
- breathe in the fresh air at the Botanical Garden
Given a recent rebirth to its historical excellence as Lithuania’s busiest and best resort town, Palanga lies on the Baltic coast on the western edge of the country. For over 5,000 years the area has been inhabited by people who know a good place when they have found it. Beautifully wide beaches draw some 5 million a year come to enjoy the sun along 10 km of dunes. Historically situated on the Amber Road, Palanga was an important trade centre and once Lithuania’s main port city, until it was destroyed by the Swedish in 1710. Today, it is as alive and relaxing as ever, with many new hotels and restaurants catering to tourists. airBaltic flights to Palanga land at its International Airport, Lithuania’s third largest airport, and a destination for several airlines.
Ar pašoksi su manini? (Do you want to dance with me?) Lithuanian, whose only close relative is Latvian, is the official language of Palanga. Russian is widely spoken and understood, although younger generations will be up to speed with English. A city-break in Palanga does not require learning either Lithuanian or Russian, but a few phrases may come in handy, if only to express your belief that Kalbų niekad nemokėsi per daug (one language is never enough.)
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