Places to Visit

Vilnius is a city where history and modernity blend seamlessly, providing numerous things to do and places to see. As you wander through its picturesque medieval streets and marvel at the awe-inspiring Gothic and Baroque architecture, don't miss the chance to relax in its serene parks or take in the city from breathtaking viewpoints.

Most Loved Places

Glass Quarter
Glass Quarter

The Glass Quarter community was formed in October 2018 in the area of Stiklių, M. Antokolskio, Gaono and Žydų streets.

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Museums

MO Museum
MO Museum

The MO Museum gives visitors the opportunity to experience art and get to know the people and lives behind each creation

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Culture & History

Pilies Street
Pilies Street

Pilies street is the oldest and most ornate street in the Old Town of Vilnius.

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Galleries

Lithuanian National Museum of Art - Vilnius Picture Gallery
Lithuanian National Museum of Art - Vilnius Picture Gallery

Provides a comprehensive introduction to the development of Lithuanian art

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Street Art & Architecture

Stotis District
Stotis District

The Vilnius Stotis District surrounds the city’s bus and train stations

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Churches & Pilgrimage

Gates of Dawn
Gates of Dawn

The miraculous painting of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of Mercy in the Gates of Dawn is one of the most famous Renaissance paintings in Lithuania

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Viewpoints

Television Tower
Television Tower

The Vilnius Television Tower is the tallest building in the country and is rightfully ranked among the tallest television towers in the world.

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Parks

Botanical Garden of Vilnius University
Botanical Garden of Vilnius University

Founded in 1781, the Vilnius University Botanical Garden has become an integral part of Vilnius University over the 200 years of its existence.

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Landmarks in the Suburbs

Užutrakis
Užutrakis

One of the brightest and best-preserved manors in Lithuania

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Crafts

The Old Crafts Workshop
The Old Crafts Workshop

The Old Crafts Workshop is a place to learn, teach, share and spread old craft traditions and find new ways for forgotten crafts to be implemented into modern-day life.

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Jewish Heritage

Gaon Monument
Gaon Monument

It is believed that the Gaon of Vilnius lived on Žydų Street 8.

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Monuments

Monument to Grand Duke Gediminas
Monument to Grand Duke Gediminas

Gediminas was the founder of Trakai and Vilnius

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