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Top 5 blogs and podcasts produced by foreigners in Lithuania to follow 

According to the Migration Department, at the beginning of 2021 there were about 87,000 foreigners living in Lithuania – a little more than 3% of the country's total population. Some of them willingly share their stories of life in their new country to help others better understand the relocation and integration process. We invite you to discover and follow some interesting blogs where foreigners living in Lithuania share their discoveries, experiences and useful tips.

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Date:
2022-01-23

Laura Bronner: Eternal Expat 

Laura Bronner is not only a world citizen, but also a globetrotter, having travelled to numerous countries with her boyfriend over the past 13 years. They have lived in Switzerland, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, England and Mexico. In the summer of 2021, the couple moved to Lithuania, where they keep discovering new and interesting spots. 

Laura shares her impressions of various Lithuanian cities and tourist attractions on her blog and YouTube channel and offers tips on how to get settled in a new country faster. 

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June Molloy: June Molloy 

June Molloy, an English teacher, writer and photographer, has been living in Lithuania for eight years now. She enjoys the tranquillity of life in the Lithuanian countryside – growing fruit and vegetables, cooking and photographing the wildlife, which she finds right outside her door. 

June has already written and published two books since moving to Lithuania. The first is about Lithuanian cuisine and the second is a novel about Lithuanian nature. The Irishwoman also shares her beautiful photos and the joy of slow living on her blog. 

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Elise and Alex: Life in Lithuania 

Elise and Alex, a married couple from the USA, moved to Lithuania with their two cats in February 2020. Although the COVID-19 pandemic prevented them from travelling and seeing all the beauty of the country, they quickly fell in love with Vilnius. Alex has enrolled at the university to study and Elise, who had previously worked as an English teacher, has started a job in a bank. 

On their YouTube channel, the couple share their impressions of living and travelling in Lithuania, Vilnius and its sights, Lithuanian cuisine and their unvarnished experiences. 

Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/c/LifeinLithuania 

Austė Černiauskaitė: Living in Lithuania 

Austė Černiauskaitė's podcast is dedicated to conversations with foreigners who have come to live in Lithuania, including those who enjoyed living in the country so much they decided to return for a longer stay. Listening to short, open and sincere conversations between a Lithuanian woman and people from different countries will give you a better understanding of the experiences of foreigners living in Lithuania and valuable insights into the country from their perspective. 

Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/lt/podcast/living-in-lithuania/id1549621947 

Kindness Aniogbo: Kindness Aniogbo 

Kindness relocated to Lithuania from Nigeria and has been living here for six years. In addition to sharing her impressions, she also provides useful information on how to settle in a new country. Listen to Kindness to learn how to find a place to live, how much food and public transport cost and how to get a work permit. In fact, her content is a treasure trove of first-hand practical knowledge for foreigners coming to Lithuania. 

Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSTCaqE-9E0INjYuBf1zZ7A  

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