Vilnius Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Church of the Holy Spirit

A frenzied whirligig of Baroque ornamentation, the Church of the Holy Spirit was constructed at the beginning of the 15th century and is one of the most ...  Read more

Gate of Dawn

Vilnius’s medieval defensive walls originally had nine entry gates, all built in the early 16th century; as was custom then, each was decorated with a ...  Read more

St. Anne's Church

The decorative brick towers, rose windows and spires of this flamboyant late-Gothic church were finished in 1501, and today it is one of Old Town’s best-loved ...  Read more

Vilnius Old Town

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

A UNESCO World Heritage-listed treasure trove, Vilnius Old Town is cradled in the confluence of two rivers and is the best-preserved medieval town center in ...  Read more

Vilnius Cathedral (Arkikatedra Bazilika)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

Vilnius Cathedral - or Arkikatedra Bazilika - can trace its history back to the 13th century when the Lithuanian King Mindaugas built the original cathedral ...  Read more


2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Before World War II, the working-class district of Uzupis south of the River Neris and west of the River Vilnele formed one of the main Jewish communities in ...  Read more

Amber Museum-Gallery

Every Baltic city has an amber museum to reflect on the days when it was regarded as "Baltic gold" and served as the cornerstone of maritime trade, ...  Read more

Artillery Bastion (Basteja)

The Artillery Bastion in Vilnius is one of the last surviving parts of the city’s old defensive wall. Built in the 17th century, it is a horseshoe shaped ...  Read more

Bernardine Church

As happened so often in Vilnius over the centuries, the imposing Church of St Francis and St Bernadine was built on the site of an earlier wooden church and ...  Read more

Gediminas Avenue (Gedimino prospektas)

Vilnius’ main boulevard stretches from the River Neris in the west to the sweeping expanse of Cathedral Square in the southeast, and is named after the ...  Read more

Gediminas Tower

Gediminas Castle Tower is practically all that remains of Upper Castle, the medieval complex that was constructed in Vilnius in the early 14th century. The ...  Read more

Lukiskiu Square

The largest square in Vilnius has its origins in the 17th century, when it formed part of a separate suburb of the city and surrounded by countryside, wooden ...  Read more

Money Museum

Taking a peek at the history of the Lithuanian litas as well as currencies across the world, Vilnius’s Money Museum is not some dusty old relic but a ...  Read more

Museum of Genocide Victims (KGB Museum)

Situated in Vilnius’s former Gestapo and KGB headquarters, the memorial to the thousands imprisoned and murdered under Soviet occupation after WWII is vital ...  Read more

National Art Gallery

The National Art Gallery in Vilnius is a branch of the Lithuanian Art Museum. It is home to more than 46,000 exhibits of 20th and 21st century Lithuanian art. ...  Read more

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