The cross is located in the old town, within walking distance. The advantage is that it is located at the commanding heights. The whole city is very beautiful. It is a small hill and not high. There are many yellow leaves in autumn, and the locals are also here. Other vantage points, such as Gebao, require tickets. The red leaves are beautiful and there are not many tourists in autumn. Very close to the castle, you can park directly on the hillside if you drive
Climb here in the short sunshine of the day. When looking at the panoramic view of the city, it was foggy. The red-roofed buildings and churches all over the city looked a bit like Prague. The three crosses are to commemorate the three religious figures who were killed. A local guide was explaining various allusions to me, which was very fun.
Climbing is more challenging than imagined, but once you reach the summit, the scenery is very spectacular, and you can see the most beautiful scenery in Vilnius. Some steps of the stairs are missing, so it is not recommended for people who are inconvenient for activities.
The sculpture of three crosses is one of the iconic buildings in Vilnius. From this hill, you can see the tower opposite, and you can also overlook the entire Vilnius Old Town. This sculpture has a rough experience. He was destroyed by the Soviet government. Only rebuilt in 1989, it is a symbol of the strong will of the Lithuanian people and has very important national significance.
[View] Very good [Interesting] Climbing a bit tired [Cost-effective] Yes
The inside is so-so, okay, you have to pay attention to the angle when taking photos