Martialis Hotel

Bistrycios str.13, Vilnius, 10321, Lithuania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Vilnius - Day 4 - Day trip to Trakai

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 01, 2014

... Vilnius you hear Russian and Polish and there's also a Georgian element in restaurant dishes and some souvenirs. It is compulsory for students in Lithuania to choose 2 foreign languages from English, French, Russian and German which explains how the guide's vocabulary was broad and her speech without hesitation.


Swimming to Vilnius

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 13, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... a bunker that was used in both World War I and II - and has been converted into a museum commemorating both wars. There is a small entry fee however and I had no Lithuanian currency, so I first stopped in at a random shopping mall where I found a bank and swapped out my Polish for Lithuanian. I also got an opportunity to ditch the 200 of Czech currency I still had. With money in hand I drove to the fort, paid my entry fee, and peered at the various ...

A day in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 28, 2014

69 photos

... camp.

Thought it was going to be a relatively quiet night, as even though the camping ground was in the city, it was a fair way from the main road, but just as we were about asleep, fireworks started up for some unknown reason, and then it started raining!! You can't win them all! Earplugs and eye masks on – what fireworks and rain?!


A Museum, A Church, A Cathedral and Amber

A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 17, 2013

12 photos

... the old walls. A large Chagall painting from 1935 in strong shades of red, yellow and green depicting the great synagogue that burned down hangs just inside the entrance; the art is both striking and poignant. We started at the top of three floors where we saw the Ten Commandments and ark that had been saved from the Great Synagogue and an exhibit of works by Lithuanian artists painters and theater designers. Many of the the paintings showed ...

Trakai Castle Visit

A travel blog entry by stooph on Feb 11, 2013

6 photos

... s voice. Much to my amazement, it was DARIUS from Neringa! This man was everything my musical Lithuanian childhood was given, not to mention plenty of laughs. I had not seen him in over 7 years, so I rushed to the front of the stage. He recognized me and shouted HEY in the midst of a song, and I then got even more excited (please see video clip on Facebook). I waited for him to step off stage for a few minutes and ran over. We hugged, ...