Filaretai Youth Hostel

Filaretu gatvi 17, Vilnius, 2007, Lithuania | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius


A travel blog entry by ulka


We took a night train from Warsaw to Vilnius.

Vilnius is the largest city and the capital of Lithuania.
Like most medieval towns, Vilnius was developed around its Town Hall.
Many of those cities have beautiful Old Towns and Market Squares.

After being occupied by German, Russia, being perceived as Polish city for years …


A travel blog entry by bharden


Helo. Me and Ciaran took a morning bus to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania. It was a 4 hour bus ride where I fell asleep and woke up at the end with a massive headache and feeling like i was going to throw up. I had to sit at the bus station for a good 20 minutes before I could go into town. I was certain i was going to throw up, but somehow didnt …

Castles and crossbows

A travel blog entry by madanaki


... of Thrones fantasies by sneaking in a cheeky 6 shots on a crossbow in one of the deserted courtyards, taking out a duck, a meerkat and the red bit on the bullseye. In your face, King Joffrey!

We cycled back up the pretty main street of Trakai to get back to the hotel, checked out and caught the local train to our new hotel in Vilnius, the Raddison Blu hotel. Luxury. A far cry from the "Best Hostel" in Riga.

Viilnius, ...

Nothing to see here!

A travel blog entry by eyre


... a good time with someone who nips every conversation in the bud and tells you that nothing in his town is actually worth seeing. Not that he had actually ever made the effort to explore any of it for himself.

Still we did manage to see the old castle on the hill, the 17.000 churches, the hipster neighbourhood Užupis, some linen shops, and we ate cepelinai (a huge potato gnocchi stuffed with meat) and bright green pea soup. And we decided that Vilnius is definitely worth ...

Mean Streets

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... but after doing it for so long I'm beginning to reach my tolerance threshold with it. I long to check in somewhere quiet, somewhere with a big spacious kitchen where I can spread out my **** and listen to my music (not Marley), where I can strut around at least half-naked without inducing an indecent exposure charge. Which brings me nicely back around to Lithuania.

Barring the other bags already sitting by the other bunks, my room was empty when I got there. ...

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