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I'm just curious, and am toying with visiting this year. I bring it up because, from what I've heard and read, it looks beautiful, the architecture looks amazing, and I also hear that they're very much into their folk music.
Why do I mention it? It's in the EU, it's accessible, yet it's far enough away to be different from the countries neighbouring the UK. Also, I've met a few Lithuanian girls and am quite enamoured and refreshed by what I've encountered, one of whom has been living here (UK) for 5 years!
As for girls, I was going to say that all the one's I've encountered so far have been lovely, a lot more sweet, polite, feminine and graceful than what's the norm amongst girls where I live. That locally would be nigh-impossible to find. Absolutely none of them have any attitude. All the one's I have met so far have also been interesting and cultured. Not to mention, beautiful accents they have too.
From the girls I've encountered so far, it would be hard to believe that there's the same prevalence of skankism, bad attitudes, bitchiness, loudmouths, masculine behaviour etc. as found aplenty locally. I hear that there is a fairly high teen pregnancy rate though, but then again, don't they marry fairly early?
What cities would be worth checking out, apart from Vilnius and Kaunas? If anyone else has been around that neck of the woods, has lived there, can give any advice for travelling, or has any insights into what people are like, what the women are like, I would be happy to Hear. Thanks in advance.