St. Casimir’s Fair


St. Casimir’s Fair is the biggest ethnocultural event in Lithuania and the Baltic region dedicated to craftsmanship. The fair is traditionally held in the city’s markets and streets at the beginning of March.

Every year it gathers hundreds of local traditional handicraft artists who sell handmade items such as housewares, ceramics, knitwear, toys, woodenware and traditional Lithuanian cuisine, food products and drinks.

Ring-shaped or heart-shaped sweet rolls called Riestainis and multi-colored compositions made from dried flowers called Verba are the most popular and traditional items found at St. Casimir’s Fair. 

📷 St. Casimir’s Fair organisers