Conti Hotel

Address: Raugyklos str 7 / 2, Vilnius, 01140, Lithuania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Raugyklos str 7 / 2, Vilnius, is near Three Saints, Castle Hill, Town Hall (Rotuse), and Lithuanian Railway Museum (Lietuvos Gelezinkeliu muziejus).
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Vilnius

      Vilnius, Lithuania

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 28, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... after their revolution, they were massacred and deported by Stalin to Gulags throughout the USSR. Then the Nazis invaded and were seen as liberators at first, but the honeymoon ended right away as they started killing Jews and many others.

      Just when they thought it couldn't get worse, the Russians defeated the Nazis there and they lived behind the iron curtain until the velvet revolutions of 1991 or so. Since then ...

      Vilnius - Day 2 City Tour

      A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 30, 2014

      ... Tower not knowing what to expect. There are stairs. More climbing, more narrow, steep steps winding tightly as if unending. The scary part was that others were coming down at the same time! How do they balance themselves? I was tempted to stop mid way but I didn't.

      A view of the city from the ...

      Vilnius part 2 (shopping!)

      A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 19, 2014

      12 photos

      ... he does not possess. Everyone has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents. Everyone is capable of independence. Everyone is responsible for his freedom. Everyone has the right to cry. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood. No-one has the right to make another person guilty. Everyone has the right to be personal. Everyone has the right to have no rights. Everyone has the right to not be afraid. Do not defeat. Do not fight back. Do not ...

      Lithuania: Vilnius

      A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on Jun 21, 2014

      11 photos

      ... We stumbled upon some volleyball and generally took a look around. We spent the afternoon at the KGB museum which was fairly grim as you can imagine, so relaxed in the park afterwards with coffee. Julia checked out some cool op shops and we wandered through the non touristy part of the centre lined with trendy bars. We went to Šnekutis for dinner, a small filthy pub run by a man who you can't see where his long hair ends and his ...

      An eye opener to the capitals history

      A travel blog entry by zerah on Sep 22, 2013

      1 comment

      ... in Copenhagen.
      One great little story is how the presidents palace came to be built. The dimensions of the grounds were sent to an architect in St Petersburg, Russia, in the 1800s I think and when they were sent back they set to building. It was only when they were well into construction that they realised the main building exceeded the land provided. So instead of changing the palace they knocked down a corner of a centuries ...