Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is situated between the Vilia and Neris Rivers and remains the historic and cultural heart of the country. The city is filled with examples of ancient churches, castles, and parks that make this city a sightseer’s delight. Old Town celebrates the city’s history, showcasing many examples of baroque architecture, offsetting the more modern areas of town that feature skyscrapers. One of the better views of Vilnius, The Gediminas Castle, a restored red brick tower, offers yet another example of 13 century architecture. History enthusiasts will enjoy the Lithuanian National Museum, which is the largest source of historical information of Latvia.
Please provide this reference number to our customer service center representative on request, so we can help you better