This spit is a curved sand dune in between the Curonian Lagoon and the Baltic Sea.
It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site shared by Russia and Lithuania. The relics of yesteryear tell a story of a bygone fishing village.
Home to many attractions, the most remarkable landmark in this vibrant city is the monstrous Parliament Palace.The palace is the heart of the city, It is a lively maze of streets filled with people, restaurants, bars and shops. The island, covered mostly in dense Mediterranean forest, sprinkled with vineyards, farms and tiny villages is the epitome of tranquility. With its pristine salt-water lakes and staggering density of vegetation, it is truly an unspoiled oasis.Visit Polace to check out the impressive Roman Palace that still remains dating from the first to the fifth century. It is a cave monastery sculpted into an imposing limestone cliff making it arguably Moldova’s most haunting place.Deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, it is loaded with spectacular architecture, boasting brilliant churches, museums and sculptures.No visit to Dubrovnik would be complete without a walk along the city wall Split is the second largest city in Croatia.