If you are looking for a place where you could see unseen spectacular view and will find simple way to relax, you should visit a unique Zarasas lake observation wheel, and there you can enjoy panoramic view of Zarasas lake. This exclusive architectural construction was opened in autumn of 2011. It is 17 meters high and the diameter of the circle is 34 meters. 100-meter-long building opens enchanting view of Zarasas lake. Here you can also get to know the cultural space – park of stone sculptures.
You can go down the stairs, walk on 1.4 km Zarasas lake shore and see the sculptures, which are near the shore of lake. If you will have a wish to stop and to have a rest, there are some benches from which you will see painterly view of lake. Here you can admire different bird species. The life on Zarasas lake shore is very busy.
During the summer season visitors are invited to enjoy water fountain spray and to spend their leisure time actively. Close to this place you will find boating station, who travels by land, can try bicycle and segway. Here is the playground for kids engaging in different activities.
The construction of Zarasas lake observation wheel, like other similar buildings, easily moves, who will visit it for the first time, the legs can start to tremble. But there are very comfortable handrails which helps to avoid a loss of balance and at night it is illuminated. The project authors say that the biggest advantage of this observation wheel is not its high, but attractive environment and exclusive view. Zarasas Observation wheel is the winner of several international and national awards for its uniqueness. The elegant Zarasas lake Observation wheel drawn by the architect Šarūnas Kiaunė is now the new symbol of the town.
If you want to visit this impressive object, you should forget your wallet – a walk along the observation wheel is free of charge and you can visit it any time. It is very simple to find the observation wheel; you will find it just at the entrance of the city. Since the opening Zarasas lake observation wheel is visited not only by Lithuanian but and by tourists from abroad.