Filaretai Youth Hostel

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

Wicked time, wicked people

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 03, 2015

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... old city taking some pictures because I hadn't really done that since I got there. Mark made us some brunch which was amazing. He got the dish when he was travelling in Budapest and met a couple of Jewish guys it was called Shakshukka eggs. Definitely going to try to make it when I get home. After brunch we chilled out by playing uno with the hostel lady and a couple of other travellers. Early evening Mark and Johannas said there goodbyes and then I followed with my goodbyes a couple of hours later Next stop ...

Vilnius - Day 4 - Day trip to Trakai

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 01, 2014

... how the union between Lithuania and Poland came to be.

About the Tatars and Karaite: in the 15th century, the Grand Duke Vytautas invited them to serve as soldiers and bodyguards. He promised to allow them freedom of religion and to this day that promise has been upheld. The Tatars are of Muslim faith; there are 3 or ...

Saying goodbye to Family

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 17, 2014

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... but when we arrived, the lift wasn't working! It had been only several hours earlier, when Vytaute took her father! The bad thing was that they still charged the same 8 litas for people to climb the stairs to the top of the tower! Vytaute was horrified when we told her later, as she said they had huge renovations done to this building only two years before and the lift should not be breaking down like this. And she felt they should definitely not be charging ...

Fort in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jun 25, 2014

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... China, we decided to "keep it local" and go to Belarus. We both needed a visa to be allowed into this *ahem* free country, so we thought it ranked high enough on our strange-holiday-destination-o-meter. But Ryanair doesn't exactly fly to Minsk, so we decided to meet up in Vilnius, and take a bus from there. Since Nona had never been to Lithuania before (can it really be??), we had to stay a little while and see the sights. And so I arranged a couch EVS-style - enter: ...

Old Town Vilnius and Trakai

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 07, 2013

... Teutonic Knights of Germany tried converting them a lot too. They even built forts and castle across the river from Lithuania and both sides scurried back and forth fighting and burning down each other's castles. So Lithuania has a history of Grand Dukes being in charge of the Grand Dutchy of Lithuania until they became Christian and then they had some Kings ...