Druskininkai travel guide

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You're Going to Love Druskininkai

Peaceful and relaxing, Druskininkai is a charming spa town on the border of Poland and Belarus. Travelers come to this escape from all over the world to enjoy the historic baths, some of which have been active for hundreds of years.

Boasting numerous museums, adventure trails, and an aqua park, Druskininkai offers much more than just spas to curious guests. The city is surrounded by large pine forests, and the locals say that the pine woods add to the healing properties of the town's mineral springs.

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When to Visit Druskininkai

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Druskininkai has a cold and temperate climate with lots of rain throughout the year. However, summer can get quite hot, so it's advisable to visit in May or September.

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Where to Stay in Druskininkai

Being a resort town, there are a number of hotels in Druskininkai. The Hotel Dainava has options for tents and camper vans. The Hotel Regina is a 3-star establishment located within the town limits. Because of the town's resort status, rooms can fill up rather quickly, so it's best to book several months in advance, especially during the busy summer season.

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How to Get Around Druskininkai

The Cost of Living in Druskininkai

Shopping Streets

The town is not known for its shopping options but there are some jewelry stores, most of which are located on Čiurlionio Street.

Groceries and Other

There are several grocery stores in town where visitors will find staple items such as bread for EUR1 a loaf. A dozen eggs can be found for EUR1.60.

Where to Eat in Druskininkai

Restaurants like Forto Dvaras and Aero Gallery in town serve Lithuanian specialties, such as Gaspadoriaus karka (pork knuckle) and Dzūkikos trokintos voveraitės (stewed forest mushrooms). An inexpensive meal will cost about EUR6 in town.