A few miles north of Vilnius town centre Lithuanian sculptor
Gintaras Karosas founded the Europos Parkas (European Park) on a
55-hectare site that encompasses the geographic centre of Europe,
as determined by the French National Geographic Institute in 1989.
The Park attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a year, who
come to admire a permanent outdoor sculpture exhibition, set amid
rolling hills, woods and fields dotted with natural springs. More
than 90 works by artists from 27 different countries are on
display. Guided tours are available, and the site includes a
restaurant, shop and post office.
Address: Joneikiskiu Website: www.europosparkas.lt Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (523) 77077 Transportation: From Zalgirio stop at Kalvariju street take a bus marked
Zalgirio-EUROPOS PARKAS-Skirgiskes Opening Time: Daily from 10am to sunset. Admission: LTL 25 (adults), LTL 11 (children); guided tours LTL
100. Concessions available.
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