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Can't Miss Attractions in Vilnius

TOP 1

Vilnius Cathedral Basilica of Sts Stanislaus and Vladislaus

4.6/5
44 Reviews
Vilnius
539m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"One of the most famous landmarks of Vilnius' first building was built in 1387. The church was gradually integrated into various styles of different times due to many alterations. Some of the Gothic styles were Renaissance and Baroque styles. The church was white as a whole. The striking, in fact, is more personal than the Greek architecture. There are three statues on the front wall. The cross is Santa Anna. The right is San Kazimiras. The left is St. Stanislav. Don't ask who is the homework copy. The limited cathedral is 52 meters high. The bell tower is a watchtower of the 13~ 17th century castle. There are 17 clocks and watches in the 17th century. The church was transformed into an art gallery during the Soviet period. After Lithuania's independence, it was restored. The church now has gothic watercolor murals at the end of the 14th century and under the church of the 14~ early 20th century. The floor is for burial."
TOP 2

Užupis

4.3/5
13 Reviews
Vilnius
1.3km from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
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"Also known as the Opposite Republic, a "farce" country, come to Lithuania to earn one more country. Of course, small and poor can be seen as an art district and a paradise for hippies. The vegetation is particularly lush, the souvenir shop can also be stamped, many fun souvenirs (but too expensive). There are many boutique coffee shops and red hotels nearby!"
TOP 3

St. Anne's Church

4.3/5
12 Reviews
Vilnius
968m from downtown
Historical Site
Churches and Cathedrals
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"The Church of Santa Ana (St. Anne's Church, Vilnius) is a Roman Catholic Church in the old town of Vilnius, Lithuania. It is located on the right bank of the Vilnia River (Vilnia River). It was built in 1581. It is the most famous late Gothic architecture in Lithuania. The red brick structure is very complicated. It is really good for the building itself. It is very old. It's no wonder that the Church of Santa Ana, which even Napoleon liked, was originally made of wood. It was built by the Grand Duke of Lithuania for his Duchess Anna. The church is 1582 rebuilt, 22 meters high and 10 meters wide, all made of red brick. The outside wall of the church is made of 33 different bricks. It is a magical work. The whole structure of the church is quite complicated. There is a main tower on the top and several small spires next to it. It perfectly presents the Gothic complexity and unique style. It is important to mention that the Church of Santa Ana is in a block next to the church of Saint Francis and Saint Bernard. It is only a wall away and there are doors to each other. Because the tone is the same, it is easy to be considered a church. Remember to distinguish when visiting."
TOP 4

Gediminas Tower & Upper Castle Museum

4.6/5
25 Reviews
Vilnius
706m from downtown
Museum
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"The main castle is still being built, and the only thing I can go to is another tower. The ticket is about 4-5 euros (forget the specifics) but the refrigerator stickers inside are very beautiful! The top is open-air, with views of the city. There are two floors where you can see the history of Lithuania’s independence. One euro can go to the museum by car. But it doesn’t take much time to walk, but the pebbles are a bit slippery"
TOP 5

Vilnius Old Town

2.0/5
2 Reviews
Vilnius
904m from downtown
Featured Neighbourhood
Liliyapony
"It's a bit average, I don't think Vilnius is fun"
TOP 6

Three Crosses

4.4/5
11 Reviews
Vilnius
1.2km from downtown
Statue/Sculpture
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"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"
TOP 7

Gates of Dawn (Ausros Vartai)

3.9/5
11 Reviews
Vilnius
1.6km from downtown
Historical Architecture
zlj8811
"The Gate of Dawn is the only remaining old city gate in Vilnius. It is located to the south of the old city. It has a history of nearly 500 years. The Church of the Virgin Mary above the Gate of Dawn is very small. The famous Black Faced Madonna is the Pope Paul In the church where King II visited, many devout Catholics come to the church to pray and participate in Mass every morning and evening!"
TOP 8

National Museum of Lithuania

4.8/5
14 Reviews
Vilnius
610m from downtown
Museum
zlj8811
"The National Museum of Lithuania, located in the northwest of Gediminas Mountain in Vilnius, is mainly divided into five exhibition areas: history and modern history area, archeology area, ethnic history area, ancient coin area and portraits. It displays Lithuania in physical form. People's lives in different historical periods. Visit the National Museum to learn about the development history of Lithuania, and the entrance ticket also includes participation in the view of the Dimina Tower"
TOP 9

Sts. Peter & Paul's Church (Sv. Apastalu Petro ir Povilo Baznycia)

4.5/5
3 Reviews
Vilnius
1.9km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
M49***70
"The Church of St. Peter and Paul is a very unremarkable Baroque building, but it is indeed ranked first in the Trip Advisor. Going in and found that this ranking is not false, the interior decoration is exquisite and unique, whether it is a hanging dragon boat or a relief on the wall. Mass was being celebrated on the day I entered."
TOP 10

Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit

4.5/5
14 Reviews
Vilnius
1.5km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"The Door of Dawn goes to an alley in the middle of St. Theresa's Chapel. There's a small Eastern European doorway at the door. It was built in the 17th century. It's also a light pink building with a crimson dome. The interior of the church has a large dome. It's decorated with gorgeous domes. The dark green background is quite amazing. The principle of building in the Orthodox Church is not suitable for taking pictures. There is no interior picture to see. Everyone searched the Internet and there were three holy bodies in the center of the church. The whole body was wrapped but the shoes were left outside. It is said that the devout church people will kiss the shoes or use them. Touching the shoe on the forehead as a token of respect."
TOP 11

St Catherine's Church

4.6/5
9 Reviews
Vilnius
596m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"It's also a pink and tender church. St. Catherine's Church is also named with a few women's flavor. It is located on the west side of Vilnius University. It is a baroque building. The pink exterior wall is matched by a black tower. It is uniquely marked. St. Catherine's Church is located in Vilnius Jude The Tairen Gathering Area This was once a large Jewish community of greater importance in Europe, so Vilnius also has a name for "Northern Jerusalem". It is said that the interior of the church is also gorgeous, but I have seen too many churches along the way. I am a little tired. I didn't go in."
TOP 12

Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania

4.9/5
8 Reviews
Vilnius
609m from downtown
Museum
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"Located in the center of the old city, next to Vilnius Church, East Mong Diminasta Building was built in the 15th century. It was once the palace of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The Grand Duchy was the political, administrative and cultural center of the Federation of Lithuania in Poland. It lasted four centuries. It was demolished in 1801. Reconstruction and opening in a museum form in July 2009 also known as the Archduke of Lithuania"
TOP 13

KGB Museum (Genocido Auku Muziejus)

4.0/5
3 Reviews
Vilnius
600m from downtown
Museum
juki235
"The KGB Museum is a typical museum in Vilnius that reflects the Soviet rule. It exhibits the work and organizational scenes of the spy organization at that time. The whole place is a bit gloomy. You can feel the tension and brutality of the Cold War period. It is worth it. Come take a look."
TOP 14

Amber Museum and Gallery

4.5/5
6 Reviews
Vilnius
888m from downtown
Museum
chinadesk1
"During the trip to the three Baltic countries, I saw all kinds of amber, with different colors and shapes. Compared with the street stalls and luxuriously decorated amber shops, there are many treasures in the Amber Museum, which is eye-opening. The Amber Museum in Vilnius is like a geological museum, with pictures explaining the formation, types, distribution, and identification of amber. There is a magnifying glass to observe the details of amber. Displayed in the basement, not big, free of tickets. On the ground is an amber shop with a wide variety of traditional ambers in honey color and light-colored beeswax. I asked many stores and explained that beeswax is a special kind of amber. In the past, pine oil dripped on the rocks and turned into thousands of years later. This shop should not sell artificial amber, but the price is relatively high."
TOP 15

St Casimir Church

4.5/5
10 Reviews
Vilnius
8.5km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"Named after Lithuanian saints, built in 1604-1615, it is a model of Baroque architecture in the ancient city of Vilnius. Even though there are 23 Baroque churches here, this pink church is still irreplaceable."
TOP 16

St John's Church

4.5/5
7 Reviews
Vilnius
249m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
ykk***ng
"The church building is relatively new and small in scale, but the spire of the bell tower can be seen far away"
TOP 17

Holy Trinity Church

4.6/5
9 Reviews
Vilnius
249m from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
juki235
"The Holy Trinity Church in Vilnius is known as the Brasilia Monastery. It is located in the center of the old city and can be reached through the Gate of Dawn. The church itself is quite ordinary, but its gate, Brasilia, is very famous, and it feels very similar to the Gate of Dawn. It's a little bit unclear, which is quite interesting."
TOP 18

St Teresa's Church

4.6/5
8 Reviews
Vilnius
1.5km from downtown
Churches and Cathedrals
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"Located north of Dawn Gate, just a few steps along the main road to the left of Figure 1 Church, you see Dawn Gate built in 1635-1650 Year. It is a baroque building. The main attraction of this church is the interior decoration. It is quite gorgeous. Pink and platinum. Serious belt. With a little warm and complicated carvings, the classic murals all mention the luxury of exquisiteness and low-key appearance are in sharp contrast, so it is worth seeing."
TOP 19

Equestrian Statue of Gediminas

4.1/5
7 Reviews
Vilnius
2.4km from downtown
Statue/Sculpture
chinadesk1
"The statue of the knight of Gediminas is located next to the Vilnius Cathedral, the tall black metal sculpture, the portrait of the ancient warrior is awe-inspiring."
TOP 20

Centre for Tolerance

4.3/5
3 Reviews
Vilnius
2.4km from downtown
Museum
M49***70
"It is recommended to go to the best place to learn about the past history, like the Holocaust Memorial in Israel. This is a public welfare building, mainly for religious and psychological counseling."