The first place worth seeing is St. Anne's Church, one of the most prominent examples of the Flamboyant Gothic style known as the flaming gothic. The main façade of the church is said to incorporate the Pillars of Gediminas and is built from red brick and decorated with dozens of different types of clay brick.
The building at Bernardinų g. 11, where Adam Mickiewicz lived for a year, now houses Adam Mickiewicz Museum. The street, also known as Bernardinų [Bernadine] alley is one of the most enchanting places of the Old Town.
Baroque St. Peter and St. Paul's Church in Vilnius is considered a Lithuanian Baroque masterpiece. Some of the elements of the church are worth noticing: the church does not have an altar – it was replaced with a painting named „Farewell of St. Peter and Paul”. The interior is decorated with a beautiful boat-shaped chandelier made of glass beads, which was a gift received as a reminder of the sinking altar ordered from Italy.
The Gate of Dawn, erected at the beginning of the sixteenth century, reminds of the historical city walls. The Gate is renowned for one of the most recognizable paintings of Our Lady, commemorated in the works of Adam Mickiewicz.
The Gediminas’ Tower is the remaining part of the Gothic fortifications of the historical Upper Castle in Vilnius. Currently, the Tower houses the National Museum of Lithuania and a terrace located on the highest floor of the tower provides visitors with a spectacular view of the city.
Another landmark worth visiting is the Rasos Cemetery - the oldest burial place in Vilnius, founded at the beginning of the nineteenth century and consisting of many zones one of which is Poland’s national necropolis where Joachim Lelewel and the heart of Józef Piłsudski are buried.
On the Cathedral Square, right between the Vilnius Cathedral and the bell tower there is the stebuklas, a piece of stone believed to perform wonders. According to some stories if you stand on the stone, turn around and make a wish, your wish will come true.
At Aušros Vartų g. 7a visitors will find the Conrad Cell opened in 2009 – the exhibit providing the imitation of a prison cell and memorabilia telling a life story of Adam Mickiewicz and cases of the Philomaths and Philarets.
Stasys Brundza Car and Transport Museum, located at Kirtimy g. 2, constitutes the biggest collection of Cadillac cars in Europe. The museum requires advance reservations.