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Tour around Kaunas city

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8 Hours
Availability : Every day
Hotel pick up
Hotel drop off
Max People : 200

This Kaunas city tour from Vilnius could be customized and include Sugihara House for example. 

If you are interested in other day trips from Vilnius, consider sightseeing Anykščiai tour or Dzūkija National Park tour. 

Tour Details

Maximize the day of sightseeing in Lithuania and discover the second biggest city on this Kaunas city tour from Vilnius. Kaunas city, situated in the center of Lithuania, is famous for modernist interwar architecture, intriguing history and natural beauty. Led by a local guide you’ll see the top sights of Kaunas old town. Before you return to Vilnius city, you’ll explore a mature Baroque ensemble, which is one of the most important not only in Lithuania, but in all of Eastern Europe. 


Departure details

Vilnius centrally located hotel, apartments, etc.

Drop off location

Vilnius centrally located hotel, apartments, etc.

Departure time

09:00 am

Pick up time

Prior to the departure time (emailed 1 day before the tour starts)

Price Includes

  • Entrance tickets
  • English speaking guide
  • Transportation service
  • Pick up & drop off service

Price Excludes

  • Meals and beverages

Know before You book

  • On Mondays the museums are closed.
What to Expect
  • A look at history and culture in a charming riverside city
  • Be inspired by beautifully preserved Old Town
  • Visit an oldest castle in Lithuania
  • Improve the knowledge of Lithuanian history
  • Admire Italianate architecture of Pazaislis Monastery
Tour stops may vary

10:30 - 15:00Kaunas Old town

Firstly you will explore the main spots in Kaunas center – Town Hall, often called as “White Swan”; the oldest stone castle in Lithuania – the Kaunas Castle. You have a chance to walk through the longest pedestrian street – Liberty Boulevard, which connects new and old parts of the city.

16:15 - 17:00Pazaislis Monastery

Pažaislis Monastery and Church form the largest monastery complex in Lithuania, and the most magnificent example of Italian Baroque architecture in the country.

17:00 – 18:15Drive back to Vilnius

Transfer to Vilnius and drop off at your hotel/apartments or other central place.


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Couple Traveller

We set up a private day tour to Kaunas. We went to the Ninth Fort, Sugihara House, and the Museum of History of Lithuanian Medicine and Pharmacy. We were shown around Old Town as well. Inga was a fantastic tour guide, and it was a pleasure to spend the day with her!



Couple Traveller

We emailed DL just a day before we decided to take a tour and they were very prompt in responding to all our inquiries and confirming our private tour in Kaunas. Our guide and driver were right on time in picking us up at our hotel. Both were very friendly and pleasant. Kaunas is about an hour from Vilnius on the highway. We visited the Fort (although closed on the day we went, we walked the grounds and saw the memorial), atomic bunker (unexpected how cool this place is; lots of original spy devices, radios, etc. It was built in the 70’s and not really intended for long periods of sustainability, but nevertheless interesting), a small part of Old town, a church and peaceful monastery. We also went to a Lithuanian restaurant for lunch where we had a delicious meal of turkey, salad, and venison stew. We throughly enjoyed our day with the locals (apologies for not noting their names) and would recommend for a day trip outside of Vilnius.

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