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    Vilnius, Capital of Lithuania

    Capital of Lithuania

    Although it’s the largest medieval old town in Eastern Europe, Vilnius is a compact city which offers great value and is easy to explore on foot. It’s the perfect city break if you’re looking for something off the beaten track.

    Vilnius, Cathedral Square

    Cathedral Square

    The Cathedral Basilica of St. Stanislaus and St. Ladislaus isn’t your average cathedral! The bell tower stands proudly on its own, separate from the rest of the cathedral.

    Trakai Island Castle

    Trakai Island Castle

    Located on a lake island and restored to its former glory, Trakai Island Castle is an unmissable monument. The scenery is beautiful in summer; in the deepest of winter, the castle becomes a snow-white fairytale location on a pristine frozen lake.

    Vilnius, Church of St. Constantine and St. Michael

    Flights to Vilnius

    Wander the winding streets of Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, and discover this Baltic capital with a colourful history dating back to the 13th century. This lively north-eastern European metropolis is pushing boundaries on the world’s fashion and food scenes, with plenty of its own unique heritage to offer, too.

    You can spend your days touring its ancient castles, cathedrals and museums, and your nights sampling the vibrant Vilnius nightlife in the city's many bars and cafes. Be sure to make time for shopping on its grand commercial boulevards and its off-the-beaten-track boutiques.

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    What to do in Vilnius?

    1. Visit Vilnius’ Old Town. The historic centre of the city is both a tourist haven and a bustling shopping district frequented by locals. It has plenty to offer fashionistas, foodies and architecture fans alike. If you love to stay in places with plenty of history, there are a number of hotels in Vilnius’ Old Town which exude the vintage charms of this city.
    2. Take a walking tour and explore Vilnius' architecture. The Lithuanian capital was built with an intriguing mix of influences and there are several tours that take in the key sites. Places to visit include the baroque St Casimir's Church, with its striking black crown; the 16th-century Gates of Dawn, and Vilnius University, one of the oldest in the region.
    3. Take a trip to Trakai Castle. Just a few kilometres outside of Vilnius, this island castle is a key tourist attraction. Built in the 14th century, and since restored, it’s now a fairy-tale getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.
    4. Fly to Vilnius, Lithuania
    5. Cross the Vilnius river and enter Užupis, the “republic” of artists who declared their independence in 1997. This community of free-spirited creatives now has its own prime minister, president, ambassador and constitution. Visitors to this bohemian enclave can take in its various galleries and conceptual fashion stores, or have a drink at the Užupis "parliament": the bar, Uzupio Kavine.
    6. Visit the Vilnius KGB Museum. Formally known as the Museum of Genocide Victims, this moving collection of exhibits is located within the former headquarters of the KGB. It reveals the Soviet and Nazi occupations of Lithuania during the 20th century, sparing no grim detail. Giving you an insight into the resistance movement and a glimpse into Soviet spy tech.
    7. Sports fans can view a match at LFF stadium in Vilnius. Zalgiris, the home team, is one of the most important Lithuanian football clubs, having produced many of the country's top international players. The club has a rich history dating back to 1947.
    8. If you love shopping, you’ll have plenty of fun in Vilnius. Things to do include a trip to "Gedimino 9", a small, upmarket mall in a grand building on Gediminas Avenue. Vilnius’ mall of malls, "Akropolis", is located in the Seskine borough – with plenty of bargains to be had in one of the most affordable capitals in Europe.

    Practical information for your trip to Vilnius

    • Brussels Airlines flights to Vilnius land at Vilnius International Airport, located in the south of the city. Getting into the city centre from the main Vilnius airport is relatively easy. The city bus stop is located next to the airport's main entrance, while there is a taxi rank directly in front of the arrivals terminal.
    • Current local time in Vilnius:  
    • Currency: Euro.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The country code is +370. Free Wi-Fi is widely available throughout public areas in the city.
    • Electric sockets: Type F, 220 V, 50 Hz. Visitors from the UK or the US will need an adapter.
    • Travel Information: Lithuania is a full member of the Schengen Area. Non-EU citizens require a valid passport with a minimum of 6 valid months remaining. Children travelling with you must have their own passport or ID card. For detailed information on visas and travel documents, visit:
    • Vaccinations: No vaccinations are required for visitors to Lithuania. For further health information visit:

    Dos and Don’ts in Vilnius

    • Do check out the music scene in this city, which has a buzzing nightlife. There is a range of bars and cafés in the city centre, offering everything from pop to post-punk, jazz and hip-hop, as well as Vilnius' own young classical scene. The massive warehouse venue "Loftas" is a popular nightlife location too, featuring mostly EDM artists and DJs.
    • Do expect your euros to stretch a little further in this city – Vilnius is famous as one of the most affordable capitals in Europe. Take advantage of the savings and sample the range of food, sounds and sights this city has to offer.

    Local phrases & essential vocabulary

    Here are some essential phrases of Lithuanian to help you get by during your stay:

    • Hi: Labas
    • Hello: Sveiki
    • How are you?: Kaip gyvuojate?
    • Fine, thank you: Ačiū, gerai
    • Please: Prašau
    • Thank you: Ačiū
    • You're welcome: Prašom
    • Yes: Taip
    • No: Ne
    • Sorry, excuse me: Atsiprašau
    • Do you speak English?: Ar kalbate angliškai
    • I don't understand: Nesuprantu
    • Good morning: Labas rytas
    • Good evening: Labas vakaras
    • Good night: Labos nakties
    • Goodbye: Viso gero
    • Please to meet you: Malonu susipažinti

    Cultural events in Vilnius

    • The Christopher Summer Festival, the largest in Lithuania, takes place from July to August. This music event takes in a range of genres, with dozens of concerts.
    • To mark the end of summer, the multi-art form festival, Vilnius City Fiesta, takes place at the start of September. Drawing audiences of over 300,000 people, all the events at this festival are completely free and open to the public.
    • In December, the city hosts several Christmas markets, including the most famous one in Cathedral Square, featuring the popular Vilnius Christmas tree, which undergoes a radical transformation each year.

    Vilnius, kibinai pastries

    When to go to Vilnius?

    Winters can be very harsh in Vilnius with average temperatures often dipping below zero. If you can bear the cold, visit in December for the country's celebrated Christmas markets. If not, look for flights to Vilnius in the summertime – Vilnius’ weather in these months ranges from mild to warm, and the city is buzzing with several festivals and other events.

    What to eat in Vilnius?

    There are all sorts of authentic local cuisine to savour on your Vilnius visit.

    • Step into one of the city's cafés to try the delicious traditional kibinai pastries – turnover-style treats which can be stuffed with berries, potatoes or meat.
    • For a rustic and hearty dish, visit Vilnius restaurant for the city's beloved grated potato pudding.
    • Fish is popular too: try deep-fried cod or smoked eel.
    • Another favourite is the Zeppelin, a tasty potato dumpling that is often filled with meat or mushrooms.

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