Kaunas is the second-largest city in Lithuania. Located at the confluence of the Nemunas and Neris rivers, Kaunas served as the temporary capital of Lithuania during the interwar period. The city is famous for its architecture and nature. This tour includes a walk in the Old Town, panoramic views from atop Aleksotas Hill, and visits to the Čiurlionis National Art Museum and the Devils’ Museum. The cherry on top is the Pažaislis Monastery, one of the most mesmerising examples of late Baroque architecture in North-Eastern Europe.