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Vilnius: Then and Now Old Town Tour

1. Vilnius: Then and Now Old Town Tour

Vilnius is a beautiful city, renowned for it's green spaces and Baroque architecture. It is also a very old city with lots of history, which nuances are best presented by a local Lithuanian. We recommend starting your tour where the history of the city began 10,000 years ago at the Cathedral Square. Other meeting points in the Old town would also work, however this one is recommended. Walking through important buildings, streets and other objects you will find out how Lithuania emerged from the swamps to become a self-sufficient country, how it came to its fall, what was the situation during the Soviet occupation and what the situation is now.

From Vilnius: Kaunas, Trakai and Paneriai Forest

2. From Vilnius: Kaunas, Trakai and Paneriai Forest

During this private day tour you will be able to explore the most interesting sites in the surrounding areas of Vilnius. The tour will start from Paneriai memorial park, where thousands of Jews from Wilna were killed.  The Paneriai or Ponary massacre was the mass murder of up to 100,000 people by German SD, SS and Lithuanian Nazi collaborators, during World War II. The murders took place between July 1941 and August 1944 near the railway station of Ponary, now known as Paneriai, a suburb of what is today Vilnius, Lithuania. After the tour in the park, you will head to the second capital of Lithuania, where today you can see the most beautiful castle, on the island in the lake. Here, you have the possibility to enjoy lunch in traditional Karaim restaurant or take boat trip around the lake. After, the group will head to the temporal capital of Lithuania - Kaunas, which is second largest town in Lithuania today. You will also visit Pazaislis monastery. After this, you will head back to your accomodation in Vilnius.

Vilnius: Old Town and Uzupis Tour

3. Vilnius: Old Town and Uzupis Tour

Meet your guide at the heart of the old town for a personalized tour of Vilnius. Learn about the history and culture of this interesting city and finish off your visit taking in the laid-back atmosphere of Uzupis. Starting at the Palace of the Grand Dukes, you'll continue on to Vilnius Cathedral and its neo-classical façade and unique, free-standing bell tower. Explore the streets of the old town and hear stories about the city's past, learning how it became Lithuania's capital. Learn about Grande Duke Gediminas; the city's founder. Get a panoramic view of the city from St. John's Church. Discover and learn about other sights such as St. Anne's Church, the Basilian Gate, and the Gates of Dawn. Dive into Uzupis, a village that declared independence from Vilnius, it's name meaning 'the other side of the river.' Finish off your tour taking in its relaxed atmosphere and checking out the street art.

Soviet Vilnius Guided Walking Tour

4. Soviet Vilnius Guided Walking Tour

The tour starts next to Gediminas monument at the Cathedral Square. As your guide takes you out of the Old Town you will see the former Palace of Concerts and Sports - a brutalist Soviet-era building which housed concerts and basketball games back in the day. Your tour continues along the river with some spectacular views towards the Green Bridge which used to be famous for its Soviet propaganda statues which were taken down recently. Then you will visit the first shopping mall in the city and see one of the first hotels build for foreign guests to be spied on by KGB agents. After this, you will cross the river and go to Lukiskiu Square, former lyLenin's Square. Your guide will tell you more about the harsh soviet rule under Stalin. Then finish your tour next to Seimas (parliament building) which was one of the spots where Lithuanians defended their independence in 1991.

Vilnius: Outdoor Clue Adventure Game

5. Vilnius: Outdoor Clue Adventure Game

All participants will be divided into smaller groups of 3 to 6 persons. Each group will have one device with mobile data. After you will log in to the game website, you will get the first hint. From this hint, you will understand which direction to go in. It could be a park, monument or street etc. When you find the place, you will have to find a task. Some of the tasks can be placed obviously, but for others, you will have to search properly. Tasks can be related to math, logic or art. You may have to decode the code to measure, taste or even to broke something. When you solve the task, you will receive a code. If the code is correct, you will go to another level. Every 5 to 7-minutes, you will get a help hint so you will not be stuck in any level too long. There are 8 to 12 levels in the game. It will take from 1-hour and 40 minutes to 2.5-hours. The duration will depend on your skills and luck. After the game, the results will be discussed and all teams will get certificates. The winner will be the fastest team.

Vilnius to Aukstaitija National Park: Full-Day Tour

6. Vilnius to Aukstaitija National Park: Full-Day Tour

This day-long tour of Aukstaitija National Park starts in Vilnius. On your way to the park, you will stop at the geographical center of Europe.  Next, you will continue to the Lithuanian Museum of Ethnocosmology. The museum is the first and only museum of its kind in the world, and explores the relationship of man and mankind with the cosmic world. Afterwards, you will visit Labanoras Regional Park visitors center. Lunch is suggested near the Ginuciai watermill, where you can taste Lithuanian national fish - Tench. After lunch, continue to the Museum of Ancient Beekeeping in Stripeikiai, visit Ladakalnis Hill, with a view of 5 lakes, and walk to Ginuciai hillfort. The tour will then head to Paluse village, where you can see its wooden church and visitors center.

Local Guide of Vilnius Nightlife

7. Local Guide of Vilnius Nightlife

Looking for something unusual and interesting? Do not miss the opportunity to see Vilnius at night! If you have already seen places of interest in the daytime, you will receive a very different impression of Vilnius at night. Brightly illuminated streets, squares, majestic buildings of Vilnius will create a pleasant environment for an evening walk. Do you want to know where to find the most delicious food, drinks, clubs? Also, You want to know where is the cheapest taxi or the best hotels of Vilnius? You guide will give You some advice! We will introduce you to the most interesting places of Vilnius. You will spend your time with a responsible person who will be with you as long as you want.

Vilnius: 3-Course Dinner in the Dark with Live Music

8. Vilnius: 3-Course Dinner in the Dark with Live Music

Awaken your senses as you dine on a three-course meal in complete darkness. Savor the enticing smells and flavors of a unique dining experience in Vilnius and tap your foot as the band plays. Be greeted on arrival at the Medininkai Restaurant before following your host to your table in total darkness. Settle in and enjoy the relaxing sounds of a busy restaurant with live music. Then, indulge in a three-course meal consisting of pre-ordered dishes. Let your senses take over as you experience flavor and scent in a unique way.

Vilnius Old Town 2-hour Ghost Tour

9. Vilnius Old Town 2-hour Ghost Tour

A little known fact: lurking within the shadowy corners of the ancient buildings in Vilnius Old Town exist cheerful, romantic, and sometimes angry ghosts! When the sun goes down over the Vilnius Old town, it’s time to go for a walk. Enjoy this 2-hour ghost walk and learn about the intricate history of this fascinating capital led by an expert guide. Meet the ghosts of the Vilnius University Library and hear tale of spooky happenings in the National Museum. Listen to fun stories about the Royal Palace and visit the haunted yard of Piles Street 22. Be thrilled by paranormal stories as you stand in the Basilian monastery churchyard. You will visit some of the most historic sites in Vilnius, encountering both a fun and informative tour. You will be left feeling acquainted with this ancient city in more ways than one!

Route of John Paul II: Hill of Crosses, Tytuvenai & Siluva

10. Route of John Paul II: Hill of Crosses, Tytuvenai & Siluva

During this private day tour you will be able to explore the most interesting sites, which Pope John Paul II visited. Pope John Paul II was the first Roman pontiff who visited Lithuania in September 1993. His pontificate is related with Lithuanian religious and national revival, and the re-establishment of the Lithuanian Republic in 1990. In the very beginning of his pontificate, John Paul II spontaneously pronounced his famous phrase: “Half of my heart is in Lithuania”.  The tour will include two sites which were visited by the Pope: Siluva Shrine of Our Lady and Hill of the Crosses, and one extra site of the beautiful monastery of Tytuvenai. The tour starts from Vilnius and heads to Siluva. Since the beginning of the 16th century, Siluva has been famous for the indulgenced Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Siluva is famous for the first widely known apparition of the Mother of God in Europe. Today Siluva is one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Lithuania with its ancient tradition of the indulgenced Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary.   Next stop will be Tytuvenai monastery. Tytuvėnai’s Church of Our Lady of the Angels and Bernardine monastery complex are among Lithuania’s largest and most significant specimens of 17th and 18th century sacred architecture, reflecting as they do a multi-layered harmony of the Gothic, Mannerist and Baroque styles. The last stop of the tour is the Hill of Crosses. The Hill of Crosses has about 100,000 crosses, it is a historical architectural monument and a unique composition of folk art. The Hill of Crosses in Lithuania left a deep impression on Pope John Paul II. After the tour, head back to Vilnius.

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4.4 / 5

based on 13 reviews

This tour was from a professional guide (Ugnė) who provided a great experience. She had a plan, carefully answered questions, and was generous with her insight and perspectives, including sharing experiences of her family across recent Lithuanian history. She provided a balanced viewpoint whilst also showing a sense of pride and love for Lithuania. The tour was just what I was looking for and just the right length.

The tour with Egle was wonderful. She introduced us to the sights of Vilnius with her calm demeanor and competent explanations. She also conveyed the historical and artistic aspects to us in an excellent way. We were very satisfied and thank you very much for that.

A fantastically good, knowledgeable and committed guide who provided a rich knowledge of Vilnius' history and of the various historical monuments. We give her the highest rating!

We enjoyed the interesting and informative walk through the streets of Vilnius old town with Ugnė.

In depth tour guide of Vilnius with most professional guide. Would totally recommend to everyone