A daily walk around Vilnius, Lithuania
You can walk around the Lithuanian capital with a guidebook for a long time and not notice that Vilnius is not only old, but also a creative city whose residents have been very resourceful in every era.
- In the Red route you will learn the main things about important architectural monuments: the Cathedral of St. Stanislaus, the monument to Prince Gediminas, Town Hall Square and the gate with the miracle-working icon
- On the Blue Creative Trail you'll get to know the Užupis Art Microrayon, which lives by special rules
- Learn about culinary places in Vilnius.
- Get interesting and useful information for travelers from local guide
- Guide service
Important to know:
- Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance.
- There can be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children.
- The tour is completely pedestrian. Along the way there are convenient stops and photo pauses with a favorable angle at the attractions.
- The tour is led by a team of guides.
- The tour is conducted without headphones.
- The tour follows two daily alternating routes. You can see the route map and schedule in the "Photo" section.
- At the end of the tour you will have a question and answer session: you can ask the guide any questions about Vilnius, discuss the tour and exchange impressions.
During the tour you will understand how Vilnius is organized, you will see the most important and curious architectural monuments, as well as the things that usually escape the eyes of other travelers. And, of course, Vilnius will share with you stories from the distant or very recent past: fascinating, confusing and just plain fun.
The Red Route: Historical
Every city has locations that every traveler needs to see, and we'll be sure to introduce you to such. You will learn the main things about the important architectural monuments: the St. Stanislav's Cathedral, the monument to the prince Gediminas, the Town Hall Square at the Starovilė market, and how the monument to Dr. Aibolit appeared in the city. We will tell you who studied at Vilnius University, what is remarkable about Stikla Street, we will show you the houses of Vilnius nobles and the only preserved gate in the city with a miracle-working icon. You will learn how to orientate yourself in Vilnius, and during the tour you will understand where else you would like to go.
Blue route: creative
There are interesting places scattered all over the city that are so easy to walk past if you don't guess they're there: the tile of happiness, curious signs on Literators Street, atmospheric courtyards and streets with a special past, the gothic gem of St. Anne's Church. We won't let you miss it all. We will go down to the level of the Middle Ages, we will talk about how Hannibal was baptized and how Fyodor Dostoevsky spent his honeymoon in our city. We will learn how the Uzupis art microdistrict lives by very special rules and where tattoo artists have replaced jewelers. We'll tell you about culinary places in Vilnius and why Vilnius is very creative.