Chocolate-covered cheese and a suburb that's declared itself a bohemian republic.
Deep in the Baltic forest, a nuclear missile bunker is a sombre reminder of darker times in world history.
Lovely old Europe, once vibrant, feels dog-tired, swamped by tourists and in need of a good lie down. But not the Baltic States.
Lthuania's coastline is one of the Baltic's finest, writes Michael Gebicki.
Flat terrain, ancient castles and picturesque lakes and forests: Few cycling routes offer as much as the Baltics.
Napoleon Bonaparte described Vilnius as the Jerusalem of the North.
Julia Zemiro, queen of the world’s quirkiest song fest, counts down her hit parade of Europe’s best places.
With a song in his heart, Adrian Bridge revisits Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia 20 years after independence.