Kranto g.5b, Trakai, 21105, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trakai

Basking in the Baltics

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane


Leaving Russia wasn't too painful – in fact, it wasn't painful at all! However, let’s talk Border crossings…Ivangorod is the town on the Russian side of the border and it looks like it’s an old town, i.e. pre-dating the Soviet era. As a result, the roads are twisting and narrow-ish, which is not a good combination for trucks, buses, mobile homes & caravans who are wanting to cross the border. Streets that are barely big enough ...

Another castle

A travel blog entry by riege


... is really nice and would really be a day trip worth from Vilnius. Perhaps next time. After Trakai it took me about half an hour to get to the limits of Vilnius but it took much longer to find a petrol station and finally the rental office. The city with all its one-way streets and closes streets in summer it definitely not the easiest to drive around. By accident I drove past the office and could return the car.

Taksofonas, bankomatas, gintaras

A travel blog entry by cariverga


... 1088;я на то, что в высок 80;й сезон турис 90;ов полно, Вильн 02;с не проги 73;ается под англо ...

Gate of Dawn

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear


... through the gate. Impossible to compare Rome to Vilnius (if Rome was a cathedral, Vilnius would be merely a small chapel), but in rome we didn't see such displays of reverence in the street.

Of the many interesting churches in Vilnius, I will mention two. the Church of the Holy Spirit, lavishly baroque, where we were the only two visitors on a Tuesday morning. And the Russian Orthodox church near our ...

Vilnius - An unexpected turn of events

A travel blog entry by chrisdavenport


... train, its really nice to walk it off. Headed straight for the old town (a UNESCO heritage site nonetheless) - the main part of the city.

Struggled to find a hostel, cheap hotel or even an internet cafe because the bloody tourist information office was closed and behind a huge stage set in the main square for celebrations of the launch of the Lithuanian television season. Selfish hey?

Gave up and found a pub with Wi-Fi and decided that we needed a ...


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