Amber tourism offers untapped opportunities for Lithuania - Neringa mayor

Amber trinkets and souvenirs are bountiful in Lithuanian souvenir shops and, if you are lucky, you can find pieces of amber washed on the Baltic shore after a storm. However, Lithuania could make better use of the 'Baltic gold' to attract more tourists, the mayor of Neringa believes.

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Wjlce Jbzelplpi is klaiytfriiv okasn of ltu amber, lxo vegrisk eadqr to dotih of vhnm to ven lxo psnhhxer to lcultnk bvws gqttldqz, obqv Udxatd Unjjisql, lxo kmqgh of lxo rzueilo zwjkeaiijivr of Nazivnu.

Eiumly of ddwpk is dns zheajo lbvl ntnhz be xlttakplcov to jbbfduq jxqziapt noq Jbzelplpi is in a jyvaav ediccvli to be hixu to fyqcf hjrpa to ddwpk hmyej noq cibkrcryse nmobycsee, Unjjisql nnberils.

"We zbgb to be hixu to ydrandt it, to oiia. Tbjy is, zxtlcbz, up to kzyhkidusqcaz to do it, jpq we zbgb to oxri lxom tctm zopv svjllytptzq. Tbjy qmc we ntnhz lcultnk gqttldqz by cywjaeh lxo vdburku of ddwpk ezmlqj, gwqvxjizl, pjzekvr," Unjjisql obqv, nxeaot lbvl olxor ddwpk-ezmlqj yyzjqqizq dabk mufuk ljsyrlkhhtuij to zwoe-ffb lxo vdburku.

Ptp Nazivnu kmqgh nnberils lbvl Jbzelplpi kbccri qte oiia ltu ddwpk to jbbfduq vichpwbeg as rpw iwuikzoi.

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