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Vilnius city and surroundings

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3 Hours
Availability : Every day
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Private Vilnius tour includes all Vilnius sightseeing places: Old Town, Uzupis district, the City Center & the Outskirts. If you have a short break and want to do the maximum of your stay – experience Vilnius city tour and visit Trakai Island Castle, check one day Vilnius city and Trakai Castle tour.

Tour Details

Explore city’s heritage and culture during this exciting, non-traditional 3-hour Vilnius city tour. See the main attractions included in the UNESCO World heritage list such as Vilnius Old Town, be impressed by the bohemian Uzupis district, admire one of the most beautiful churches in the world St.Peter’s and Paul’s church, fall in love with Lithuanian nature, expand your historical and literary knowledge visiting the exile memorial and Markuciai manor and more sightseeing spots awaiting for you!

Pick up details

Vilnius centrally located hotel, apartments, etc.

Drop off details

Vilnius centrally located hotel, apartments, etc.

Pick up time

10:00 am

Price Includes

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

Price Excludes

  • Meals and beverages

Know before You book

  • On Monday and Tuesday Museum of A. Pushkin is closed.
What to Expect
  • Explore Vilnius heritage and culture
  • See one of the most beautiful catholic St. Peter and St. Pauls Church
  • Discover the beauty of Lithuanian nature at Puckoriai exposure
  • Visit literary Markuciai Manor, also known as the museum of Russian poet A.Pushkin
Tour stops may vary

10:00 – 11:30Old town - Uzupis area – central part

The tour starts from the centrally located hotel or other pick-up point. Firstly, you will visit famous spots in Vilnius’ old town: the Town Hall, old Vilnius University and Presidential Palace, magnificient Cathedral Square, Gediminas Avenue, gothic St Anne’s Church and Bernardine’s Church. Afterwards go to the bohemian area – another “republic” of Lithuania – Užupis. The “Republic” was founded in 1997 when inhabitants of the district Uzupis decided to become independent. Although it has a fun approach to most things, the republic has surprisingly many elements that you will find in “real” nations: flag, constitution, national day, military, currency, president..

11:30 – 11:45St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church

Church of St. Peter and St. Paul – baroque masterpiece of the 17th century. The Church is located in Antakalnis district and is famous for its unique interior where it can be seen compositions of 2 000 stucco figures by Giovanni Pietro Perti and Giovanno Maria Galli. St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church has been recognised as one of the most beautiful Catholic Church in the world.

11:45 – 12:20Puckoriai exposure and Exile Memorial

The Puckoriai exposure is a unique geological monument which is in the Pavilniai Regional Park. It is the highest exposure in Lithuania, formed during ice-age. It is 65 metres high and 260 metres wide. The Puckoriai exposure has a beautiful view: Belmontas Adventure Park, river Vilnelė, Puckoriai Dam, Water mill, and other beautiful monuments of nature.
Later visiting the Exile Memorial – a collapsed cross, old locomotive and two cattle wagons similar to those used for deportations remind the events. It was the last station in Lithuania before the Soviets deported thousands of people to Siberia. The train station, at the center of the borough, holds dark memories, as the Soviet regime deported about 300 000 Lithuanian people, including many children and old people (about 10% of total population) to Siberia. Many of them died en–route or soon after reaching their cold destinations.

12:30 – 13:00Museum of A. Pushkin

In 1867 a younger son of the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin bought Markučiai Manor. It was two storey wooden summer house. Grigorij Pushkin’s wife Varvara’s last wish was for the Manor to become a museum. Fulfilling this wish in 1940 Markučiai manor became the museum of Alexander Pushkin. The exposition introduces visitors to the poet’s life and work. In Pushkin’s corner in one of the rooms, there are a few of poet’s personal items – two armchairs and a card table. After that drive back to old town and the end of the tour.


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Family Traveller

Very informative and interesting tour with excellent guides



Family Traveller

zeer goede kennismaking met Vilnius
we hebben op een aangename manier kunnen kennis maken met Vilnis met heel leuke momenten en afwisselende stopplaatsen gids sprak vloeiend en verstaanbaar Engels



Family Traveller

En fantastisk guide som guidade oss i en fin och sevärd stad.
Vi hade en fantastisk guide som guidade oss. Vi tyckte att turen var mycket bra.



Couple Traveller

Our tour guide Andreas went out of his way to assure that we would get the sightseeing done on the preferred day inspite of a booking complication early on. He was very well informed and showed us additional things that we were interested in. He also gave us many tips on other activities, restaurants and so on. The tour was very interesting and covered a good range of things to see in and around the city. We were so pleased that we booked him for an additional tour. We also used him to take us to the airport at the end ouf our stay.

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