|Renaissance-Style Great Hall
|Third Mannerist-Style Antechamber||180||150||70||70||80||70||120|
|Events Venue Balcony||90||80||-||-||-||-||-|
|Event Venue 1st Floor Lobby No. 1||140||-||-||-||-||50||90|
|Event Venue 1st Floor Lobby No. 2||140||150||70||60||70||60||150|
|Galleries of the 2nd Floor South Wing*||150||-||-||-||-||-||100|
|Baroque Ruler’s Library||110||60||-||20||12||-||-|
|Square by the South Facade**||500||600||-||300||-||300||700|
|Restaurant (three separate rooms)
*(1 June – 31 August)
**Open Air Space
Multimedia, simultaneous interpretation equipment, microphone, video, DVD, LCD, business equipment, computer, daylight, disabled facilities, technical assistance, air conditioning, stage, rostrum, courtyard, balcony.
The Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania was at the centre of the early Lithuanian state, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania (13th-18th centuries), and served as one of the main venues for meetings with heads of European countries during Lithuania’s presidency of the Council of the European Union. The Palace offers fantastic facilities for various meetings, gala dinners, and receptions. The palace’s biggest hall can hold up to 512 delegates and the cosy courtyard can accommodate up to 2000 guests.