Bernardinu Guest House

Bernardinu st. 5, Vilnius, 2000, Lithuania | 1 star b&b
Prices starting from $54.00

Travel Blogs from Vilnius

A day in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by carallan


... of old buildings, churches, statues, paved roads, small lanes, restaurants and cafes. Very lucky with the weather, as it seems like the whole area had 2 weeks of summer in May, but since then, it's been raining and overcast most of the time. It actually made it to 20 degrees in the middle of the day. Stopped for dinner at a cosy pub and watched some more World Cup, as you do, before heading ...


A travel blog entry by alcatrav


... are amazing! They are electric and two storey with charging plugs at every seat. We left on time and after a pleasant 35 minute journey through the countryside we arrived in Trakai. From the train station we had a 3km walk to the castle and on the way we stopped at a supermarket to buy a picnic. The walk didn't take long and soon we were excitedly pointing at the red brick turrets through the trees. The castle doesn't open until 10am so we walked around ...

A Museum, A Church, A Cathedral and Amber

A travel blog entry by rachel21601


... something we'd hoped to do since seeing it on our first venture out. I had salmon tartare and Bob ordered a 'traditional' herring plate and a shrimp and vegetable tempura (I helped him out). The sun was shining, the food was good and the wine was crisp; we sat and watched, if not the world, at least Vilnius go by. Perfect!

We finished our sightseeing with a church and a cathedral. The term 'flamboyant' best describes the Gothic style of ...

Another city, another Old Town.

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... referred to as Zeppelins because of their shape. A type of dumpling made from grated pototoes and usually stuffed with minced meat. I must say it may be on my been there, done that list, but I don’t see any more in my future. I ate all but one, and the saving grace to make them edible was probably the mushroom sauce they came served with. After dinner a couple of us went for a couple of drinks, I retired soon after for the ...

My Kind of Town

A travel blog entry by davefremland


... such a cool attitude, as my father used to always tell me to "take time to smell the flowers," which I have taken to heart through out my life.

The tour was quite comprehensive, explaining not only what we were seeing but also what we weren’t seeing. The History of Vilnius is really quite astonishing and unexpected. In fact, I only came here because my great grandfather was born here, I was quite curious, it made a good tour grouping with my other plans ...

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