Take the opportunity to get acquainted with charming Vilnius on this adventure that showcases the relics, treasures, monuments and artistic enclaves of this picturesque, cultured city.
Starting at Vilnius Cathedral, join an informative guide on a local bus for a cultural journey through Lithuania's character-filled capital. Stop to view St Anne's Church, admired by many (including Napoleon), this is a tiny, gothic gem standing in a city of baroque buildings. Continue on to the quirky Uzupis district - declared a republic by the bohemian citizens that live here. Home to artists, musicians, squatters and free-spirits - the galleries, street art, workshops and communal living spaces offer a glimpse into a different side of Vilnius.
Afterwards, head to Subaciaus Hill for sweeping views of the city, then learn about the heritage of Old Town, one of the largest surviving medieval old towns in Northern Europe. Full of Jewish, Russian and Polish influences, there are many different cultures and religions present in this part of Vilnius. Feeling hungry? Stop in at Zverynas and choose to devour a healthy lunch made from produce sourced from local farms, then follow your guide to one of Lithuania’s most famous educational institutions - Vilnius University, which is one of the oldest in all of Eastern Europe.
Right opposite is the stately President's House - be sure to take some snapshots of these impressive buildings, as this is where the tour ends!
Inclusions: English speaking guide, bus tickets
Exclusions: Lunch, items of a personal nature, tips or gratuities for the guide.
Your Trip: For your Urban Adventure you will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people.
Confirmation of booking: Please contact Vilnius Urban Adventures to confirm your tour 24 hours prior to departure.
Child Policy: Children must be 6 years of age to 11 years inclusively. Children below 6 years of age are allowed on this tour.