After the tranquility that you can get from the Verkiai Regional Park, you may like to head on next to the rugged yet fascinating Pavilniai Regional Park. Providing a refreshing contrast to other Vilnius attractions such as the Museum of Genocide Victims, the Museum of Applied Arts, the Radvila Palace and the Gediminas Castle, this park was set up in the year 1992 and covers a spread of 2100 hectares (5189 acres).
Consisting mostly of rugged terrains formed by geographical changes and erosion, the park features abundant flora, some of which are rare species that can only be found in Lithuania. The Pučkoriai rock formation, which is one of the most spectacular rock formations that come from the glacial period is also another great feature of the park. Here, you will also find the Markučiai preserve, which is teeming with oak forests and springs and is the site of the museum that commemorates the poet A. Pushkin. The Belmontas Hill is also a great feature where you can get panoramic views of the park.
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