Lithuania visited by 10.2 percent more tourists

According to the latest report from the European Travel Commission (ETC), despite geopolitical tensions in Crimea, volcanos in Iceland, and a shaky economic recovery in the eurozone, international tourism to Europe is thriving; it has grown 4 percent in the first three quarters of this year.
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