Vilnius Youth Tourist Centre (Jaunuju Turistu Centras )

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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Vilnius - Day 2 City Tour

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 30, 2014

... haven been removed (such as Lenin’s) and are being kept in an open air storage area (open to the public) until the city decides what to do with them, probably include them in a museum. You can’t miss the churches. No matter where you turn, there will undeniably be a church and today was a day ...


A travel blog entry by noyelles on Jun 10, 2014

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... houses next door but one of the most striking features is the onion dome churches showing the Russian influences.
Vilnius in general is like a run-down Warsaw which is in itself a run-down Berlin in that the buildings & the vehicles all look to be very lived in.

Wednesday 11th June

Set out with Lukas, our guide, on a walking tour of Vilnius. Luckily we caught a trolley bus into town to save Dick’s legs but it was still quite ...

A Final Vista of Vilnius

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 23, 2014

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... in Hebrew to test their knowledge! They offered us to walk round with them but there wasn't really enough space. After this museum we moved on to The Museum of Genocide Victims. This museum was spread over three floors, and detailed much of the Soviet occupation and the deportations during that time. The building was used as the KGB (and its predecessors) headquarters in Lithuania and the museum detailed the scope and types of surveillance used by them. It also talked about the ...


A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 16, 2013

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... as we were standing there. The sounds of the whistle and the clackety-clack of the train wheels were eerie, emphasizing the fact that the now peaceful forest had once been the scene of horrible death.

Back in Old Town, we switched gears and ventured out again, this time further down Didzioji g. toward the Cathedral, St. Anne's, and the Amber Museum, the tourist area. Lots busier and less 'posh' than the area further south near our ...

Baltic Road Trip

A travel blog entry by peterandjane on Jul 07, 2013

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... at the end. Apart from that we wandered along the promenade, then had a look through the old town. First stop in Latvia was Gauja National Park and we based ourselves in the sleepy town of Sigulda, which is the gateway to the park. The area is full of medieval castles, caves and hiking trails. It was good to be off the flat and into more interesting terrain and we enjoyed many walks in the area. Peter also spent a couple ...

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