Lithuania’s latest campaign to improve tourism by describing its capital city as Europe’s G-Spot has been criticised by the Catholic Church before Pope Francis’ visit.
An marketing campaign on  having a woman lying;printed map of Europe suggesting she’s had an orgasm has come under fire for using sex to promote the town before month the Pope visits next.
The text above the girl reads: “Vilnius, the G-spot of Europe. Nobody knows where it really is, but when it is found by you, it’s amazing.”
Lithuanian priests are worried the advert uses “women’s sexuality for advertising” and gave the “wrong ideas” about Vilnius. Defending the advert, Inga Romanovskiene who manages the Go Vilnius tourism agency says the campaign is “an exceptionally engaging idea to drive interest in the populous city.”
“Vilnius faces an extremely advanced of competition from other European cities,” says Inga Romanovskiene who also known as the Pope’s visit “an essential event.”
Vilnius includes a population of 540,000 people, the brand new advert is aimed at people between  aged;18 and 35. Jurgis Ramanauskas, one of the social people behind the essential idea told journalists where in fact the idea originated from.
“The theory was created from conversations with foreigners. Once you formulated a concept that there’s a location which nobody knows but when it’s found by them, everyone is happy, the G-spot popped up naturally.”
According to travel guide Planet Lonely, Vilnius is really a “hidden gem”.
When the elements is beautiful and clear, you can view up to many dozens of colourful heat balloons over the major cities of #Lithuania. #Vilnius is one of the few European capital cities, where heat balloons to  are allowed;fly. pic.twitter.com/qc9qZzvZi1
— Visit Europe (@visiteurope) July 28, 2018