Very pleasant and beautiful – that is what comes to mind when talking about Vilnius. The city displays a variety of both architectural expression and willpower. This is perhaps due to the interesting history that rests in this attractive town, which not always has been the capital of Lithuania. However, for over five centuries, until the 18th century, Vilnius had been political and cultural centre of Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The Old quarter in Vilnius was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994 because the town “has preserved an impressive complex of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and classical buildings as well as its medieval layout and natural setting”. 2009 Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture.
Price from EUR 50 per person
Included: transport, guide, hotel pickup and drop off.
Duration: 12 – 14 hours, including time for transfer