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Vilnius Private Tour: Uzhupis City Walking Tour
"Although Uzhupis (Užupis) is a vital neighbourhood in Vilnius City it beats to the rhythm of its own drum. As this neighbourhood is separated by a river from the old town it's name hails from a literal phrase “beyond the river” pronounced ‘Uzhupis’. Back in the day Uzhupis used to be a drowsy even rough neighbourhood but today it's an artists paradise and bohemian Vilnius getaway often compared to Montmartre in Paris or Kristiania in Copenhagen. Through the initiative of some Uzhupis residents
From EUR11.00
Three Capitals of Lithuania Trakai Kernave Vilnius
"Once you are picked up by your guide at your accommodation you will head to Gediminas tower in Vilnius - to take a look at the old town of Vilnius. Later you will stroll in the old town. Then you will head to Kernave the first Lithuanian capital located 40 minutes drive from Vilnius. On the way it is possible to visit the Cognitive Walkway of Dukstos Oak-Wood. Upon reaching Kernave (a medieval capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and today a tourist attraction and an archaeological site) you archaeology museum and hand-made souvenirs shop. Afterwards you will head to Trakai with possible stops at view-point of Neris river-bank or Uztrakis mansion. Trakai prides a magical castle located on an island. You will be able to visit castle museum
From EUR125.00
Private City Tour of Vilnius
"Stop to visit St Peter and Paul's church before continuing on to see Vilnius University President Palace Jewish Quarter St Anne's church and Bernadine's church.Your next stop will be Amber gallery where there is time to visit before a panoramic view of The Hill of Subacius.Enjoy a stop at The Gates of Dawn before continuing to the Russian church of the Holy Spirit.Your tour ends near Town Hall square."""
From EUR30.00

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Cathedral of St Sohia

The St Sophia Cathedral is at an elevated location at the Dvina River west of the city center. From the river you have to climb stairs. From the other side you reach the cathedral by road. The first...
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