Užupis is the smallest district in Vilnius, covering an area of 0.6 km² and separated from the Old Town by the Vilnelė River.
Lithuania’s capital was once known throughout the world as the Jerusalem of the North.
Even a short getaway to Vilnius will make you fall in love with the city.
Almost all of Lithuania’s history can be told in its churches, so it is no surprise that the country has a deep tradition as a pilgrimage destination.
HBO’s acclaimed miniseries Chernobyl has been all the talk among movie-lovers and historians recently.
Even though Lithuania isn’t a monarchy, you could have seen an Empress walking the streets of Vilnius just recently.