Explore magnificent Upper and Lower Castles and listen to the legends about them. From Castle Hill, you will see the Gedminas Tower — the only remaining fortification of the Upper Castle where the state flag of Lithuania flies above the tower.
Wander around Cathedral Square, discovering the beautiful Bell Tower and the breathtaking Cathedral Basilica of St Stanislaus and St Vladislav, the main church not only of the capital but of all of Lithuania. All state, national, and Christian holidays are celebrated here before large crowds of people.
Gaze at the official residence of the president of Lithuania — the imposing Presidential Palace, the history of which began 600 years ago. Today it is a monument to history and cultural heritage and one of the most important and meaningful places in the capital of Lithuania.
Marvel at the House of Signatories and enjoy its windows and doors covered with a beautiful wrought-iron lattice. In 1918, in this house, the Council of Lithuania signed the Act of Independence of Lithuania.
Have a chance to look at the amazing Church of St. Anne and listen to the mysterious legend about it. Look close at the facade: there are flowing arches forming a countless number of the letter “A” of various sizes.
Admire the Church of St. Casimir, one of the only churches in Vilnius built in the baroque style with an elegant facade. The church is also famous for its acoustics because of the unusual bells installed in the towers.