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Park
“The park will feature botanical and monastic expositions as well as authentic restored park elements, such as an alpinarium, a pond, Belvedere Hill, a central square, and paths along the Vilnelė River. Fountains have been rebuilt in their historical locations. There will also be a rose garden, children’s playgrounds and a musical fountain. Open hours 7am-10pm.”
  • 78 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The most historic place in Vilnius. Ruins and tower of Grand Duke Gediminas Castle. Beautiful view of the city from this hill. ”
  • 58 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“The Vilnius AKROPOLIS is the largest multi-functional shopping centre in the Baltic countries in terms of area, number of shops, choice of services and entertainment. The largest tenants of the shopping and entertainment centre are "Maxima", "Ermitažas", "Elektromarkt", "Forum cinemas", H&M, "Zara", "Apranga", "Sports Direct", "Sportland", "Reserved", "Eurovaistinė", JYSK, "Delano", "Pegasas". Entertainment offered: 2.400 seats at restaurants and cafes, 8 cinema halls, ice arena, 20-lane bowling, more than 700 m2 entertainment area for children, the largest bookshop in Lithuania.”
  • 37 locals recommend
Church
“One of the city’s most famous landmarks, St. Anne’s has a history that starts with the alleged construction in the 14th century of a wooden house of worship on this spot in honour of Ona, the wife of Vytautas the Great.”
  • 40 locals recommend
Neighborhood
“It's the best place in Vilnius for any kind of activities. During the summer you can rent a bicycles and a roller skates or just take a blanket and lay down on the grass. Few coffee shops are also there for a drink or a lunch. ”
  • 51 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“Lithuanian fashion and home design shop on the 3rd floor+all boring international brands ”
  • 21 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Kids soft play, entertainment, cinema, shops, caffe, restaurants. On the first and second floors of Ozas, you will find the famous and new trademarks Zara, Peek & Cloppenburg, Reserved, the most popular ones in the Baltic states, and as many as 18 unique shops that appear only here. If you need advice or company while you shop, a personal stylist is at your service. On the third floor, you will find grocery stores and entertainment. You will find yourself in a space that offers cuisine from around the world, a gym, a cinema and a family entertainment park. ”
  • 19 locals recommend
Church
“Even if you are not religious- Its so worth it to walk around the beautiful Cathedral square. ”
  • 21 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“PLC Panorama is the third largest shopping center in Vilnius and the seventh largest shopping mall in Lithuania with 65,000 m2 (700,000 sq ft), with nearly 200 stores and services, 23 cafes and restaurants . Modern two-wheeled and three-wheeled balance kids bikes can be found for free - pleasantly break up the time spent in the shopping center and make it easier for parents to manage their shopping. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Contemporary Art Center and café - to discover ongoing exhibitions and Fluxus Cabinet”
  • 29 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“The Gate of Dawn (Lithuanian: Aušros vartai), or Sharp Gate (Polish: Ostra Brama, Belarusian: Вострая Брама, Russian: Острая брама) is a city gate in Vilnius and one of the most important religious, historical and cultural monuments.The Chapel in the Gate of Dawn contains an icon of The Blessed Virgin Mary Mother of Mercy, said to have miraculous powers. For centuries the picture has been one of the symbols of the city and an object of veneration for both Roman Catholic and Orthodox inhabitants. Thousands of votive offerings adorn the walls and many pilgrims from neighboring countries come to pray in front of the beloved painting. ”
  • 20 locals recommend
Place to eat
“Another gastro market, yet with an older history than the others. You can both buy some food and go there for a weekend brunch. We highly recommend to taste pilaff in "Halės plovas"!”
  • 41 locals recommend
Bar
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“Popular gastropub with stylish interior and some loud music in the evening. Good spot to hang out for a while.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Explore Kalnų Park to find the footpath that leads up the hill of the Three Crosses. Climb the well-worn wooden stairs until you reach the grassy clearing on the hilltop. You’ll see the stark-white concrete crosses rising up from the grass. This monument was built in 1989 to replace the crosses that were torn down by Soviet authorities in 1950. The Three Crosses monument stands on a platform, from which you can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding cityscape and the other six hilltops around Vilnius. Try to spot the tall spires of St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church, the distinctive white bell tower of Vilnius Cathedral and Gediminas Tower on Castle Hill directly to the west. Visit the Three Crosses in the late afternoon to watch a breathtaking sunset. The Three Crosses are located on a prominent hill in Kalnų Park. The park is east of Vilnius’ Old Town. The ascent up the hill is steep in parts and takes about 20 minutes. Visit the monument for free at any time of the day.”
  • 21 locals recommend
Museum
“This reconstructed historical residence in the heart of Lithuania’s capital should once again become the traditional symbol of Lithuania’s longlived statehood and an object of national pride. www.valdovurumai.lt/en”
  • 7 locals recommend
Museum
“There is a reason why the palace website claims it is the Heart of Vilnius Museum. It is the birthplace of the city. It is precisely here that a wooden settlement existed in the IV-VIII century, part of which was turned into a stone castle in the XIII c. There were no princesses, locked up in towers, or dragons to be found here, however, it was home to almost all rulers of Lithuania. The castle grew bigger and more beautiful, and while it bore gothic characteristics at first, in the XV c. it was developed into a luxurious Renaissance palace. Unfortunately, the Moscow army of the XVII c. devastat-ed the site and, in the XIX c., destroyed it completely. Alongside the vanishing state, vanished, too, the rulers’ palace of the time. It was not rebuilt until 2009. Now you will find a functioning National Museum- Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. Which means you will get to feel like noblemen yourself during a visit! Strolling around the halls you will get to see carefully preserved ancient dishes, clothes and details of interior, and learn about how the elite of the day celebrated events, what they ate and even how they bathed. You are welcome to not only drop in on its permanent expositions and exhibitions, but also attend concerts, events, music and film festivals. And so, the palace that has spent many years in the void, has once again become the centre of attraction. Another Vilnius site, that has been given a second life, is Užupis- found in 1300 steps.”
  • 11 locals recommend