Vilnius

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Located on a chain of picturesque hills and at the confluence of the Vilnia and Neris Rivers, the city, in spite of its actual size, seems to be rather small and cozy. The main assets of the Lithuanian capital include charming alleys, steep streets and historical tenement houses. When visiting Vilnius…

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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…

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The most characteristic dish of Vilnius is cepelinai [also known as Didžkukuliai] - potato dumplings stuffed with minced meat. Another dish served for dinner is koldūnai, small dumplings stuffed with meat, boiled and served in beef broth. On hot summer days the city residents eat šaltibarščiai…

Shopping

Shopping in Vilnius is attractive due to availability of products and their prices. The main shopping streets of Vilnius can be divided in two separate areas: The Old Town offering antiques, amber, old books, interesting works of art and elegant streets with designer clothes and accessories. Shopping…

Accommodation

Kempinski Hotel Cathedral Square (Universiteto g. 14/2) is located in the Old Town, on the Cathedral Square, right next to the Gediminas’ Tower. The hotel provides its guests with a range of elegant and air-conditioned rooms and wireless Internet access, spa and indoor swimming pool. Amber Apple…

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The Old Town of Vilnius is rather compact and the picturesque location of the inner city encourages visitors to have a stroll. Buses and trolleybuses do not enter the Old Town.   In Vilnius there are over 60 bus and 20 trolley bus lines. All passengers have to get on buses through the front door…

Active time

Oreivystės Centras company, with its seat at Upės g. 5, offers hot-air balloon flights. Forum Sports Club located at Konstitucijos g. 26 offers a gym, aerobics classes and a 25-meter long swimming pool. Additionally it is possible to take advantage of a professional trainer services. Aerobics, swimming…

The most characteristic dish of Vilnius is cepelinai [also known as Didžkukuliai] - potato dumplings stuffed with minced meat. Another dish served for dinner is koldūnai, small dumplings stuffed with meat, boiled and served in beef broth. On hot summer days the city residents eat šaltibarščiai – cold Lithuanian beet soup based on a sourdough starter and served with green cucumber, boiled eggs, chives, sour cream and potatoes.

One of the most delicious sausages in the world is kindzukas, famous Lithuanian dried sausage served thinly sliced. The best for quenching thirst is lietuviška gira – non-alcoholic drink made from rye bread. Medaus gėrimas – the regional honey to drink is best for cold days.

Bistro 18 at Stiklių g. 18 is a place with short but perfectly composed menu offering delicious dinner meals and wine. Cili Kaimas restaurant located at Giedomino g. 14 near the Town Hall offers exquisite regional dishes such as cepelinai and koldūnai. Waiters working at the restaurant speak Polish. Koldunine restaurant located at Saviciaus g. 6 serves regional delicacies – different kinds of dumplings at affordable prices and in cozy interiors.

Most of Lithuanian restaurants serve beer with a snack – fried bread with cheese.

Visitors who would like to enjoy the Lithuanian cuisine for a little longer should visit one of Vilnius’ biggest bazaars, for example the one at Bazilijonų g. next to the Gate of Dawn, and buy traditional Lithuanian bread, sausage, cheese and herbal tinctures.

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