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Hard copy available. With the help of this guide you’ll discover places in Vilnius where you can eat like a Duke in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, a member of a Jewish merchant family, a modern gourmand, someone living in the Soviet era, a descendant of the Karaites, and so much more. Turn the page and SKANAUS!
Hard copy available. Vilnius, Lithuania’s capital and one of the UNESCO World Heritage Journeys’ Romantic Europe destinations, is a city that inspires love. You don’t have to search too hard to find it either; every corner has a romantic story to tell. Even a short getaway to Vilnius will make you fall in love with the city – the narrow streets of the Old Town, long walks in the luscious parks, the urban landscapes to behold from a hot-air balloon, or a romantic dinner for two are sure to hold a special place in your heart. Get to know Vilnius and let it be love at first sight.
Online version. Please be invited to embark on a tour of Vilnius. The historical city center was included in the List of World Heritage Sites in 1994. Traveling along this route, you will visit major architectural ensembles. A subtle combination of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque structures will tell you stories of the multicultural city.
Hard copy available. The brochure-calendar publisher Vilnius Tourist Information Centre invites you to fulfil your time in 2020 with cultural events in Vilnius and surroundings. More detailed information about events on the website www.vilnius-events.lt.
Online version. Films shot in Vilnius.
Hard copy available. This guide offers a glimpse into the best restaurants in the city. They were selected based on the recommendations of the Lithuanian Hotel and Restaurant Association and the Good Food Academy. Some of these restaurants have been recognised among the top 30 in Lithuania in 2018, and some of them have been named among the best in the Baltics by the White Guide.
Hard copy available. Beautiful Baroque architecture, narrow Old Town streets and centuries-old history are not the only things Vilnius is famous for. Vilnius is also renowned for its modern urban architecture, contemporary cultural scene and world-class talents. Given this, it is worth taking a more observant walk through the city’s streets to discover some of its greatest modern art treasures, familiarise yourself with Lithuanian and global art trends of, find like-minded people to have a good time with, and get inspired by new ideas. This guide offers a glimpse into Vilnius’ most beloved modern places of art and will also acquaint you with some of the more unconventional places. Where are you going today?
Hard copy available. Užupis is the smallest district in Vilnius, covering an area of 0.6 km² and separated from the Old Town by the Vilnelė River. What used to be a seedy part of the city in the early 90s has grown into an affluent neighbourhood of artists, intellectuals, and a few local moguls. The district declared independence on 1 April 1997, as if to underline the humorous nature of the whole affair. However, the new republic comes complete with its own currency, government, anthem, constitution and an ever-present free spirit.
Hard copy available. With this leaflet, we invite you to experience Vilnius’ most holy places, feel the Mercy of God, and witness the seven works of mercy for the body and soul. Even a short visit to one or more of these holy places will lighten your spirits and give you hope. Explore Vilnius – a City of Mercy.
Hard copy available. Find out more about what makes Vilnius a great place to live, work and do business.
Hard copy available. A comprehensive English guide for event planners, larger groups or individual travellers filled with an array of exciting activity ideas that can be done in and around Vilnius.
Online version. Each place featured in THE GOOD COFFEE MAP offers traditional and alternative coffee preparation methods and different facilities that should satisfy every customer’s needs. Each page provides a short description of the establishment, as well as other relevant information like address, website, phone number and opening hours. Additionally, the map uses a handy icon system to highlight what each coffee shop has on offer, making it easier to decide which one to visit.
Hard copy available. Key historic sites in Vilnius. On 16 February 1918, the Act of Independence of Lithuania was signed, effectively creating the modern Lithuanian state, with Vilnius as its capital. It is one of the most important dates in the nation’s history – the birth of a new democratically-run country.
Hard copy available. Vilnius City Card is oriented towards tourists who want to gain better knowledge of the city. A special catalogue with information about discounts is received upon the purchase of the Vilnius City Card. The catalogue is available in English, German, Polish and Russian languages.
Hard copy available. The Vilnius City map shows the Old Town on one side and the central part on the other. It includes short list of main sights and map legend in english.
Hard copy available. Publication with Vilnius places for children and their parents to know better the city.
Online version. Go Vilnius and Kaunas IN have collaborated on a double Japanese-language map that features Kaunas on side A and Vilnius on side B. The Kaunas part is the Sugihara Route plus the most interesting and valuable objects and places in the city; the Vilnius side presents the UNESCO-protected Old Town, museums, Lithuanian cuisine restaurants, traditional workshops and some of the loveliest boutiques in the capital.
Online version. We invite you to travel in the center and the Old Town of Vilnius by the orange ‘Cyclocity’ bike. Vilnius Tourist Information Centre has prepared a route with a map which specifies 52 points: museums, galleries, churches, monuments and other places of interest. You can visit these places riding a bicycle and then leaving it at special stops. Download and print the proposal Vilnius Top 10 with CycloCity.
Hard copy available. „Meeting Planner‘s Guide for Vilnius“ includes: convention hotels, meeting venues, technical data sheets, professional services suppliers and main city facts. Compiled for professional meeting organisers and event planners, the Guide is a must-have resource for anyone considering planning a meeting in Vilnius. Printed in English.
Hard copy available. You have in your hands the first adventure walk in Vilnius by Aistė and Simas. It’s a picture story about two friends who are looking for their dog, but they find much more: mysterious historic places in the town and unusual people. If you follow these characters, you’ll visit eight important places in Vilnius, and find something new and unseen. So… let’s go!
Hard copy available. This publication describes nine routes: three around the city of Vilnius, three around Trakai, two around Kernavė and one connecting these cities.
Hard copy available. The publication presents 9 routes of water tourism and 50 recreational objects located in the touristic areas of Vilnius, Trakai and Kernavė. Next to the description of the water tourism routes you can find information on the most visited sites and canoe rental services.
Hard copy available. Many famous Judaism scholars and rabbis lived and worked in Vilnius; that is why over the 700 years of their presence in Lithuania Jews created a rich and diverse culture. Vilnius was called the Jerusalem of the North. The publication presents walking route “Jewish Heritage in Vilnius”.
Online version. Cultural route “For the children of “Brodas” and for their own kids. Vytautas Kernagis” is a great opportunity to learn about the movement of “Brodas” and to wonder along the places where the youth of that period spent their time. It is also a chance to get to know those places of Vilnius that were important to Vytautas Kernagis.
Online version. Colouring book “Vilnius” – publication with Vilnius pictures for children to know better the city.
Online version. One goal of this publication is to contribute to the spread of the unique cultural and historical heritage of Lithuanian Jews, along with the cultivation of mutual respect for the cultures of national minorities, and the spread of ideas related to tolerance.