As many cities around the world, Vilnius has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. But the crisis has also made us rediscover ancient wisdom—while chaotic times may shock, they can also give strength and stimulate creativity.
Did you know that it was filmed entirely in Vilnius, Lithuania?
Gastronomic experiences abound, so it’s time to get curious and start exploring!
Over the years, hot air balloons have become a real Vilnius signature trait.
Vilnius was one of the most important cities in Jewish history from the middle of the 15th century to the Holocaust.
Vilnius invites you to join in the celebration of the Divine Mercy Sunday.
When real travel is not an option, you can always take a virtual journey.
These courtyards provide the perfect open-air lunch spot, a quiet place to read, or a calm hideout from the more touristy paths around Vilnius
Vilnius’ train station and the whole district around it are open for whatever you have in mind. Visit the most fashionable area of the city, where creative energy turns into bright ideas
One of the greenest European capitals, and a compact city filled with parks, squares, and hiking trails
The Glass Quarter is hidden among the bigger streets of the city.
Vilnius gives its visitors a chance to travel back in time to discover Soviet history in a much more liberal and safe environment
The story of the royal Russian Romanov family has been brought back to life in Vilnius, where the latest hit Netflix miniseries The Last Czars was filmed
Vilnius is full of spots that offer picture-perfect views of the city from above.
Žvėrynas is different from every other part of Vilnius, and the architecture and the atmosphere still resemble the old days.
Lithuania’s capital is a real bargain, especially when you consider all the adventures and experiences.
The district declared independence on 1 April 1997, as if to underline the humorous nature of the whole affair.
Vilnius is one of the best secret destinations for something unexpected and charming.
Get your plate ready for unique foods and taste your way through Vilnius like a local
Bagels, falafels, shakshuka, and hummus are all easy to find in the city’s cafes.
The crew of the hit Netflix series Stranger Things was in Vilnius filming part of the show’s fourth season. Shooting took place at locations around the Lithuanian capital, including the recently closed century-old former prison.