What you can see in Vilnius Automatic translate
Vilnius captivates the hearts of tourists from the first sight and breath - with its unique atmosphere, a unique combination of antiquity and modernity, and of course, the richness of cultural life and all sorts of interesting places. And if everyone can find a good hotel in Vilnius, far from everyone knows about the most interesting places in the city. That is why we have collected for you the very, most attractions that are worth seeing for everyone who is going to stay in the capital of Lithuania.
Being in Vilnius, it will be completely unforgivable not to visit the Old Town - after all, it’s not every day that you visit the largest historical architectural complex in Eastern Europe!
In addition, the Old Town is a real find and a paradise for tourists and romantics. Old winding streets, houses under tiled roofs, cozy cafes and squares allure you to wander around here for hours, enjoying, admiring and stopping from time to time to drink a cup of coffee.
In the Old Town, be sure to visit the Gediminas Castle, built in the 13th century, and climb to its observation deck to admire the beautiful panorama of the city and the river Viliya.
Immerse yourself in the past while walking along the old Piles street, drop by an art gallery or museum (for example, the Art, National or Amber Museum, or look for a nice souvenir as a souvenir. And do not miss the magnificent cathedrals of the city - for example, the Church of Saints Francis and Bernard, the church of the Holy Spirit and the church of St. Casimir.
The funny quarter of Vilnius Uzupis is a kind of combination of Montmartre bohemianity and the free spirit of Danish Christiania. Long since beloved by the bohemian and creative public, Uzupis today has become a real mini-republic with its president and constitution, which invariably attracts tourists.
You should come here to take a walk along the picturesque streets, marvel at the houses painted from the roof to the foundation, take a couple of selfies amid funny graffiti or real paintings that are hung right on the walls of the houses, and just enjoy the leisurelyness of being sitting on the banks of the Vilnale river in the Tibetan square.
Vilnius is rich not only in architectural beauties - lovers of stretching their intellect will also have something to do here. Therefore, if your visit is designed for several days, feel free to select at least one (and preferably two or three) in order to calmly and wisely familiarize yourself with the heritage of the local expositions.
For example, the Center for Contemporary Art will appeal to connoisseurs of Art Nouveau: here you can not only visit the exhibition, but also discuss what you saw in the cafe or delve into books in the reading room.
The Museum of Art - the largest in the country - is famous for its fact that it consists of several branches dedicated to different areas (the Museum of Applied Arts will be especially interesting). Cinema fans will definitely be delighted with the exposition at the Museum of Theater and Cinema, and at the Amber Museum you can learn a lot of interesting things about this unusual gem.
This ancient town is a 40-minute drive from Vilnius, but this time is worth spending on the road, as you will end up with an unforgettable experience.
Three lakes wash Trakai, and the city itself is very picturesque, especially the architecture in the local Karaite style (Karaites are the Turkic people, the indigenous people of Trakai). It is worth visiting the local Trakai castle - an ancient fortress, which presents an exhibition of household items from the Middle Ages.
It is worth a glimpse to admire artfully created landscapes in combination with objects of art. Sculptures and art objects framed by ponds, hills and beautiful landscape design make this open-air museum one of the most popular places for tourists.
It is worth taking a walk around the Stickle, if only for the unique atmosphere that prevails here. Built up entirely of two and three-story houses, where the doors of cafes and coffee houses opened amiably open on the first floors, and here and there mysterious courtyards are hidden, Styklou (or Glass Street) was also loved by the guests of the city with its shops and shops where you can find unique souvenirs and gifts.
Botanical Garden in Kairenai
Lovers of nature and those who want to relax from the impressions of the city can go to the Botanical Garden of Vilnius University. The largest garden of this type in Lithuania boasts a huge collection of plants of all kinds, but there are also just very picturesque landscapes, a peaceful atmosphere and the feeling that time has stopped here.
In the garden, located on the territory of an old estate, various cultural events are often held - concerts and art exhibitions.
Well, if you are already dreaming about a trip to the capital of Lithuania, it’s worth starting look closely to airline tickets to find the most profitable option.
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