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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
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Day Tour around Vilnius city and Trakai Castle
"Tour starts by discovering Vilnius old town: from classical Town Hall the small church of St. Anna - a gem of Gothic architecture old Vilnius University central Cathedral square. Then move to ""another"" republic of Lithuania - Uzupis area with its Angel and unique constitution. Church of St. Peter and Paul - one of the most beautiful catholic Church also be visited on the tour. After that you explore Vilnius surroundings - unique geological monument - Puckoriai exposure with its enchantin authentic Exile Memorial which reminds the painful part of Lithuanian history. Besides you visit literary Markuciai Manor
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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

Most Viewed Sports & Outdoors in Lithuania

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10 pin bowling

Not a lot to describe here only that when we went in we booked a lane for an hour at 11.00 pm as we wanted to go for a meal before hand, whilst having the meal we were discussing the price that we had...
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Hiking

Lithuania is a predominantly flat country, a quarter of which is covered by forests. There are five national parks and numerous other conservation areas. Hiking trails can be found all over the...
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Camping

Campsites are not numerous. The majority of them are located in the most picturesque regions: Palanga (on the shore of the Baltic Sea), Trakai (lake district) and near larger towns. There are three...
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Activities

Cross-country skiing, ice skating and toboganning are all popular winter sports; Aukstaitija National Park, in eastern Lithuania, has the best cross-country skiing trails. The national park is also a...
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European Basketball Cup!!!

''With three Olympic bronze medals (1992, 1996, 2000) and a European crown over the last thirteen years, the EuroBasket trophy holders can be considered the best team on the continent. But the absence...
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Biking, Walking, and Swimming...

There are lots of sportive activities that you can do in Lithuania, in summertime. Anyway, if you are in holidays in Palanga or Nida, the more indicated is just Biking, Walking, and Swimming. You will...
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BASKETBALL #1 IN LITHUANIA

Young and old get into this sport....a very exciting court game. As American football is #1 in America, so is basketball is #1 in all of Lithuania.... WE GOT THE GOLD....YEAH MAN!!! A Ball (Orange...
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Jumping and running up and down the court

Basketball is my favorite sport. I like the way they dribble up and down the court.....e.t.c I've been playing it forever, I love it!:) My favorite team (left) the LA lakers, Baby:) what else can I...
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Water sports.

With so many lakes, it is not surprising that the main sport activities for a tourist in Lithuania are the water sports. There are small boats for rent almost in every little town.
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Top Hotels in Lithuania

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Didzioji 35/2, Vilnius, 2001, Lithuania
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Donelaicio 27, (formerly Reval Hotel Neris), Kaunas, 3001, Lithuania
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Sauliu 41, Klaipeda, Lithuania
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Karaimu 53 A., Trakai, LT 21104, Lithuania
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Birutes 60, Palanga, 00135, Lithuania
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Top Things to Do in Lithuania

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Cathedral of St Stanislav and St Vladislav

The cathedral is an impressive looking white building with a separate bell tower. The statues of 3 saints stand on the roof of the building. They are St Stanislaus, St Helena and St Casimir and...
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Kaunas Castle

The castle has been the site of fortifications for at least 1,000 years. The current structure was abandoned by Imperial Russia in the 19th century and has recently been restored or preserved (depends...
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Gediminas Castle

Castles on thie site of the present Gediminas Castle date back to the 13th century. The current castle was named after the Grand Duke of Lithuania. The castle tower that is visible today was...
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Rotuses Aikste - Town Hall Square

“Town Hall Square”. One of the focal points of the city centre, and part of the Sienamestis - Old Town. The 16th century town hall dominates the square - 6 floors high and Imperial Russia banned...
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Gate of Dawn - Ausros Vartai

The Gates of Dawn were originally part of the city walls, but later they were converted into a chapel. The chapel dates from the 16th century and houses an image of the Virgin Mary. The image which...
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Church of St. Michael the Archangel

The catacombs of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel are used as the Blind Museum. I did not go inside so I can not tell anything about the exhibitions. Open daily 08.00 - 16.00, admission free.
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