Unlike Estonia and Latvia, Lithuania gave citizenship to all residents when ceding from the USSR
Lithuania would give citizenship to you
if you said nice things about them.
Nothing to see there. Lots of Birch trees, bent cops, speed cameras, hookers. A place you pass through on the way to somewhere else. Lots of EU funded roads and bridges.
A bit like Wales. They have their little flag, their language, etc. But nobody really cares and not many people can find it on a map.
Not quite Polish, not quite Russian, eschewed by Germany not north enough to be called Estonian/Finnish/Scandinavian. Like Latvians, they dont have much identity that isnt from the 17th century.
Women are OK, but indigenous types perpetually offended nobody knows where Lithuania is. Plenty of women who feel themselves Russian there - rich pickings for the foreigner in the smaller towns and villages there IMO. I drove through there in a Mustang and women were hollering at me in the street. Russian women (born in the USSR) with EU passports. An untapped goldmine in that respect........
If I was single guy today, Lithuania and Latvia would be great hunting grounds if you had your wits about you. A bit like Russia and Belarus but with cheaper flights, no Americans yelling in high volume, nasal, two-stroke everywhere, and the women don't need visas as they are *apparently* EU already.