There are many buses from Vilnius to TRAKAI in the morning. We take the bus at 8:20 and there are fewer buses after 10:00. There's a trip back at 11:10 a.m., and it doesn't start until 2:10 a.m. Bus stops have timetables. The bus runs for 40 minutes and the fare is less than 2 euros per person. After getting off, it takes more than half an hour to walk, about 2 kilometers. It is said that there are paths beside the lake, and the scenery is good. Near the castle there is a square, and then you can see the beautiful lake. There are many cruise boats, big cruise boats with high poles, and colorful pedal boats. There are souvenir shops, bars and coffee shops around. INFOR office has a lot of information, WI-FI, can access the Internet. Half a euro can go to the toilet they use, and there's a receipt. The castle and boat were reflected in the lake very well. There are two wooden bridges to enter the castle, which is the best place to take photos. The Castle opens at ten o'clock. It's too early to wait. Enter the castle, you can follow the wooden stairs into the second and third floors, some indoor pictures and weapons, supplies and so on. The castle is very old, brick-red buildings, wooden staircases, iron window frames and so on. It looks like vicissitudes of life and records the history, culture and feelings of generations. To catch the 11:10 bus back to Vilnius, we couldn't walk along the lakeside and hurried back to the bus stop. This scenic spot is worth visiting.