Martialis Hotel

Address: 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

... inhabited by pagan tribes until Mindaugas (the 1st and only king) made a deal with the Livonian order (Catholics) to be crowned king in exchange for his country's conversion to Catholicism. Fast forward a 100 years and the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Jogaila, also became King of Poland through his marriage to Jadwiga of Poland and ...

Last night in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 18, 2014

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... back to Vilnius before the rain came. It eased off, however, when we arrived back in Vilnius, so Vytaute then took us for a final tour around the city, mainly for Sarina's sake, as all she has really seen of Vilnius is the Old Town. I have managed to get a fair amount of washing done during the time in the apartment, and there is only a few things needing to dry a little more before we pack tomorrow. We might be on holiday, but we still have to worry about getting our clothes ...

Settling into Lithuania - 19 July 2014

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Jul 20, 2014

... brides! Saturday morning was the day for weddings and they were everywhere we went. At St Anne's alone we counted four parties! So I am sure I am going to be included in some wedding photos over here in Lithuania! Vytaute also took us to a hilly area to show us a city view over a green park and we came upon a swap meet/ antique sale. We wandered around and there were quite a few things I ...


A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Jul 08, 2014

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... at the Chapel of St. Casimir that hadn't been open yesterday. We also took a look at the big statue of Gediminas.

From there we headed down the 'oldest street in the city' - the cobblestone street that had the flea market Cosette and I went into the night before. We headed down a back alley we hadn't seen before that had teapots melded into the wall. I thought that was spectacularly cool, especially with the morning light hitting them so they cast ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jul 02, 2013

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... has a nice gentle countryside that will not blow you away, but equally, will never bore you. Its capital, with its Old Town architecture and thriving art scene will not blow you away, but equally, will never bore ...