Address: Vilniaus str. 2/15, Vilnius, 2001, Lithuania | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Vilnius

    Exploring Vilnius Old Town

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 27, 2015

    51 photos

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    Lithuania has a mixed history as was part of the Grand Dutchy of Poland-Lithuania so had Polish and Catholic influences also in its architecture.

    18 hour naps and 68 inch wraps.

    A travel blog entry by charlottesweb on Dec 13, 2014

    10 photos

    ... constructed entirely of names: 'I can't see it's too Miglė (foggy) there's no Saulė (sun) I can't even see the Eglė (Christmas tree) see, fluent. So more importantly in my most recent house, I have a sausage dog. Is there anything better in the world to come home to? Maybe a 68 inch sandwich. Yes that happened. My adoptive family are crazily brilliant, the kitchen is a room for experiments and you never know what will be served, but guessing it is half the ...

    Baltic Road Trip

    A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jul 07, 2013

    59 photos

    ... the atrocities committed by both Nazi and Soviet occupation, right up until the mid 1980's. It was hard to believe that deportations and executions of anyone critical of the Soviet occupation were occurring here and in other USSR states as recently as thirty years ago.

    We took our usual old town free walking tour (by donation) and amongst other sights, walked through the Jewish ghetto areas from WW11 as well ...

    Iki Dugno

    A travel blog entry by stooph on Dec 21, 2012

    3 photos

    ... I could really see just foam going everywhere and people dancing) But that was NOT the case here. Alina Orlova, from what I've heard, has a big fan base in Europe, and I am pleased to say I am not one of them. Katie and I got drinks and Alina took the stage on her piano, and it was the saddest environment I've ever been in. She is like a mix of Regina Spektor and Sia except not at all appealing. There was a few hundred people there, most of them sitting in chairs in ...

    Visting Vilnius

    A travel blog entry by jadetom on Dec 09, 2011

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    ... all visitors must place their hand and declare their intention to be tolerant while in Uzupis. Tolerance is something which, apparently, Lithuanians are not so well known for!
    On a more serious note there are some genuinely touching aspects to Uzupis. One of which is Tibet square.. a small green space littered with prayer flags dedicated to countries around the world fighting for independence, particularly Tibet.