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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
After our arrival in Vilnius, we went on a city tour and saw their Parliament building and protesters. Residents claim that Vilnius is the greenest and prettiest of the Baltic capitals as the Capital of Lithuania. The city has an appealing atmosphere due to its old, winding streets, colorful past, and friendly locals. Vilnius has a strong link with …
... in 3 phases, the last being in the early 15th century, lay in ruins until the 19th century when work began on restoring it. The major restoration was finally completed in 1961. We made our way up and down stairs and through various chambers, some of which contained various artifacts from bygone eras. I kept thinking about the battles that were fought there, and imagined the amazement the soldiers would have, if they could see it now - with a ...
... stop on the walking tour.
- There's an area which jokingly refers to itself as a republic, with it's own constitution, mostly concerning the rights of cats and dogs.
- The city likes to celebrate art and does so overtly. This is a good thing.
- Views from the castle are awesome.
- Walking up to the castle is not so awesome.
- Cathedrals look better in white.
- After 36 hours, that shower felt so good.
There. Done. Happy?
... in Vilnius at the time of face painting and dressing like a fool, otherwise known as Halloween. The only problem is I don't really participate in fancy dress, the only issue with this is the more you protest the more people strive to see you look like an idiot. Then they ask you a lot if you are enjoying it and having the best time ever. Whilst you smile through your smeared, cracked face to prove you are. Having just arrived in a new country I thought I could ...
... in Trakai: Tatars and Karaims. Both groups were invited by Grand Duke Vytautas to Trakai when he encountered them while fighting in the Crimea. The Karaims are an ancient Jewish people, descendents of the steppe Kipchak people who adopted Judaism. Vytautas invited them to live in Trakai and served both military and civilian roles in the town. Today there are a couple of hundred Karaims still living in Trakai and their culture is very important to them.
I got off the ...
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Konstitucijos pr. 20, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $98
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Sodu g. 14, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $58
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Slucko g. 8, Vilnius | 2 star hotelfrom $43
Seimyniskiu 1, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $83
T.Sevcenkos Str. 16, Vilnius | 2 star hotel
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Gedimino pr. 16, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $101
Didzhioji g. 35-2, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $72
J. Jasinskio g. 14, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $61
Konstitucijos pr. 14, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $96
Bistrycios str.13, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $100
Reforma/Downtown, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $90
Vytenio g. 9, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $59
- NOT THAT GRATA?
13 Sausio Street Building 2, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $40
Vilniaus g. 2-15, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $93
Raugyklos g. 7-2, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $91
Ukmerges g. 363, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $60
- With the Russians
L. Stuokos-Gucevichiaus g. 1, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $101
Zhemaites g. 15, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $55
Totoriu str. 23, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $108
- Very nice place to stay
Subaciaus str. 2, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $150
Gedimino pr. 23, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $85
Pylimo g. 53, Vilnius | Hotelfrom $59
Geliu g. 5, Vilnius | 3 star hotelfrom $54
Tateyamasanroku Onsen, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $68
Pilies g. 24, Vilnius | 4 star hotelfrom $153