Corner Hotel

T.Sevcenkos Str. 16, Vilnius, 3111, Lithuania | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on T.Sevcenkos Str. 16, Vilnius, is near Castle Hill, Holocaust Museum (The Green House), Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum, and Frank Zappa Statue.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCorner Hotel Vilnius

Reviewed by heatheravan

Great Staff.

Reviewed Jun 16, 2011
by (63 reviews) Denham, Shark Bay , Australia Flag of Australia

Reasonable location, comfortable walk from both Bus, Railway Station and old town (a couple of km). Very large multi store/supermarket in same street 2 blocks away. Rooms have ensuite & fridge, and TV with BBC. Free WIFI to room. No Aircon but opening window. Good breakfast.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Corner Hotel Vilnius

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Vilnius - Day 1

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 29, 2014

... visit seem to be so spread out but the hotel front desk told me that it's a small area. I still need to plan it out strategically and dedicate one day for a day trip. It was slowly getting dark out (it's a safe city) and I continued walking on Gedimino street away from the Cathedral. It was busy with young people out on a Friday, with locals and tourists. Terraces were filling up, the shops ...

Funicular Fun Times!

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 20, 2014

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... To work off lunch we set off across the Nemunas River to another funicular- the Aleksoto Funicular. This took us up to a hill where we admired a panorama of Kaunas City. Again we walked back down the hill and then along the riverside to our hostel. We collected out bags an set off for the bus station via the Museum of Deportation and Resistance. This is a very small community museum, which we had to ring the bell and the young curator ...

I converted and all I got was this T-shirt

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... anywhere. The mayor had a rather unique solution to this problem: he got a TANK and ran over one of the cars. He then printed a ton of stickers with the phrase "Don't Make Me Get The Tank." Problem solved!

Vilnius, like every other city in Europe, features many bridges covered in padlocks. Apparently it's tradition here when you get married to not only attach a lock but also to carry your wife across the bridge. In Riga, it's apparently to carry her ...

Some decent weather at last

A travel blog entry by yelnod on Sep 03, 2012

23 photos

... were only 7 years without a war in the 1600s, 8 years in the 1700s, and so on.

The second is that the Baltic countries were the last in Europe to embrace Christianity - Lithuania as late as 1387. Before that they were essentiallty pagan countries - with any number of gods that were worshipped for all sorts of reasons.

Consequently, the Baltic states are big on folk songs and dancing. Whenever any significant event ...

My Kind of Town

A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 20, 2011

65 photos

... Vilnius was known through out Europe as being the most diverse city; ethnically, religiously, racially and philosophically. Also, the Lithuanian people had the reputation of being the most tolerant in the world. In addition, it is located at the exact geographical center of the European continent, making it the ideal destination for people fleeing the harsh treatments in their own lands.

In addition, Vilnius had the largest Jewish population, boasting over ...