The unrelenting COVID-19 pandemic has gripped tourism sector, crippling hospitality and tourism industries. Inga Romanovskiene, director of Go Vilnius, the official development agency of Vilnius, told The Baltic Times that trends being observed in the city during the virus-caused lockdown are similar to those all over the world.
A 67 percent drop
“The restrictions caused by the pandemic have really affected tourism sector in the capital, as the majority of tourists in our city are foreigners. This summer, compared to others, far fewer foreig...
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