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Lithuania often feels like the forgotten country of the Baltics. The capital, Vilnius, is sometimes overlooked in the face of its Baltic neighbours, Tallinn and Riga –although like them, the medieval Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site. Kaunas and coastal Klaipėda, the other main Lithuanian cities, see even fewer foreign visitors. As some formerly disused buildings gain a fresh –and even imaginative – lease of life, you can expect a good range of accommodation around the country.