Lithuania aims to attract more Chinese tourists

Published on : Thursday, May 11, 2017

Chinese touristsBordering the Baltic Sea, Lithuanians praise their own “land of amber”, which according to them, sits in the geographic center of Europe and is a relatively rare gem of the continent.

Olga Goncarova, from Lithuania’s State Department of Tourism, says that her nation has many things to offer: a safe environment, cultural relics, dense forestry in lush nature reserves, in addition to high-quality services at affordable prices.

Goncarova said her country is a “pure and clear” place, and a natural attraction for wanderlust Chinese. She says that the Chinese, who made 122 million outbound visits internationally last year and spent a total of $109.8 billion, are considered “one of the fastest growing long-haul markets for incoming tourism” for Lithuania.” However, Lithuania’s ambassador to China said her country wants to see more mainland tourists in the future.

Zhang Min from the China Tourism Association called his visit to Lithuania in January “quite impressive” and offering “fabulous” views, but added that the Lithuanians needed to do more to tempt more Chinese visitors, especially the young brigade.


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