Domi Lini apartments served as the base for the journalist Catherine Nelson to explore Druskininkai and write a beautiful story inviting British families to visit rural Lithuania, which was featured on The Guardian. The article mentions a number of places to visit in Druskininkai, a tiny spa town in the Dzūkijos national park:
- Romnesa Restaurant, where you could participate in the traditional Lithuanian baking session of Sakotis (it means “branches”, as the finished cake resembles a pine tree).
- Snow Arena , which is 500-metre indoor piste and snow park operating all year round. It is located 1.5km from Domi Lini (our guests can enjoy 10% discount there).
- Druskininkai Aqua Park with plenty attractions to offer for everyone and yes 20 different saunas!
- Family cycle ride through murmuring pine forest.
Domi Lini apartments were described as “modern and stylish, where bedlinen and towels from the owner’s own company up the luxury quotient”…
Ryanair flies to Kaunas or Vilnius (which is 120km from Druskininkai) from seven UK airports starting from £46 return.