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Pazaislis monastery is definitely a place to see when visit Kaunas. Of course all goes to the things you like, but this place has magnifecent architecture, beautiful nature around, you can walk around the gardens that the nuns take care of and also it is...More
Located just in the tree line along the riverbank of the Neman River, alongside the Kauno Marios reservoir, this lovely monastery with its 17 century frescoes has survived the years, wars, invasion and occupation by different regimes, yet continues to be a place of worship,...More
I went to the Monastery by bike when my wife did other things.
Biking is not the easiest thing in Kaunas as bikes are not really a part of the infrastructure planning. However it is possible to follow eg. google maps directions. It has lead...More
About an hour is plenty of time to see the monastery itself, but if you have the time to spare, the gardens are lovely - calm and serene to sit and contemplate.
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2 days in Kaunas (4 Replies)
We are spending 2 days in Kaunas i August and I need hel with the itinery. Day 1: Old Town, Christ's Resurrection Church, National M. K. Ciurlionis Art Museum, Laisves aleja , Devil's Museum, Vytautas the Great Bridge , St. Gertrude's Church, Military Museum of Vytautas the Great Day 2:Ninth Fort , Pazaislis Monastery Is this too much? We are a family of 4 (children are teenage) and we are used to travelling. Is it better to have a car for day 2? We will be getting a car anyway the...More
May 21, 2013|
Your 1st day is the Old Town only, nothing more. Half of the objects are almost next to each other, Čiurlionis museum and War museum are in the same building (entrances from the opposite sides). Nothing special, concerning time. Doable on a vary slow pace. 9th fort and Pažaislis are at the opposite ends of the town, Rumšiškės is at the 3rd edge of the town :) . 9th fort could be doable on a first day, but it's on the intersection of A5 and A1 roads, so if you'll be driving anyway, you can...More