One of the largest and most beautiful cities in the baltic countries
Vilnius old town is one of the largest (about 360ha with over 1,500 buildings) and most exquisite old towns in Central and Eastern Europe and the most northern capital city which took over the architectural styles of old Southern and Western Europe.
Cosy streets, pleasing cafes, and all’s so close and so appealing! Vilnius will fascinate you!
In 1994, Vilnius old town was included into the UNESCO World Heritage List for tremendous impact on Eastern European culture and architecture, preserved impressive complexes of Gothic, renaissance, baroque and classicist buildings, the structure of a medieval city and natural environment.
Assorted architectural styles
Vilnius ensembles of churches and palaces reflect Italian renaissance and baroque, the Russian Byzantine style, Jewish elements and even traces of pagan structures. Vilnius also has a Montmartre of its own – the Užupis Republic, the Mecca of artists with different galleries and art performances.
Cosy and very close. Vilnius old town boasts the abundance of cosy cafes, restaurants, souvenir vendors and fancy boutiques. Narrow curvy streets promise new discoveries round every corner: an angel on the roof, a Picture in the window or a century-old building... Spending time here is fun. All’s so close and so appealing! Remember to bring home souvenirs for your family and friends!
River banks talk to each other
This can happen only in Vilnius. What does one river bank say to the other? They confess love! Come and see it yourself!