Lithuania appoints Representation Plus

01 February 2013

Lithuania State Department of Tourism has selected Representation Plus to drive their Marketing and PR campaigns in the UK with the aim to establish themselves as a top European short break destination for culture and heritage, outdoors and spa tourism.

Lithuanian Tourism Office in the UK

From the bustling and beautiful city of Vilnius to the seaside resort of Klaip?da and winter wonderland of Druskininkai, Lithuania is the most southern country of the three Baltic States, affording visitors the opportunity to explore its vast and varied activities and landscapes.

Commenting on the appointment, Alison Cryer, MD Representation Plus, said “We are looking forward to increasing visitor numbers to Lithuania from the UK through the promotion of Lithuania’s products and events to the UK trade and media.” Cryer continues, “We are delighted to be working for the Lithuania State Department of Tourism in the UK and to the exciting challenge of ensuring that Lithuania is at the forefront of people’s minds when booking short breaks to Europe.” To find out more about Lithuania, please visit   


For more information, please contact:

         Representation Plus

         Kate Fenton:

         Nick Smith:

         020 8877 4502/4504  Mob: 07826 871 618


         Notes to Editors:

  • Visit:
  • Ryanair ( and Wizz Air ( both fly from London Luton to Vilnius International Airport. Ryanair also fly to Vilnius from London Stansted. For more information, visit
  • Year round events include Mardi Gras in February, Vilnius International Film Festival in March, the International Jazz Festival in April, the International Contemporary Dance Festival “New Baltic Dance” in May, the Medieval Festival in Trakai Peninsular Castle in June, the Vilnius Marathon in September and the “Christopher Christmas” music concerts in December, with many other notable events throughout the year.
  • Lithuania is the southernmost country of the three Baltic States and has a 90km coastline along the Baltic Sea. Summers are generally warm with temperatures up to 30°C. Winters are cold with easterly winds bringing temperatures down to as low as -12°C. Spring and autumn are mild and there is normally snow cover for two months of the year.


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