Cafes and restaurants to pass the day. Main Street runs from the main square. Lazy town. Not much to do except eat and drink.
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I got here on a Sunday and the streets were really quiet, but it's lovely to walk around the town, I stayed near the train station so I it was a bit of a walk to the old town centre but it was worth it....More
Frankly iti si not different from other European or Lithuanian cities Only upside is that there aren't many people in the streets so it is easy to move by foot
Even a pleasant walk in the rain in a beautiful and clean room in the old town. Left a pleasant impression and invites definitely visit again
Kaunas was the capital of independent Lithuania from 1918 until the Soviet, then German, then Soviet occupation. The town hall looks like and was once used for a church. Our Road Scholar group was there on a Sunday and we saw several churches including the...More
It's the part of the city where heart of Kaunas heart beats. Cobbled stones streets, filled with cafes, restaurants and bars. It's the place where you can find the nightlife of Kaunas, but it's also a place that must be visited during daytime.
Between World War One and World War Two, Kaunas was the capital of independent Lithuania. That gives the city a certain cachet that many other provincial cities lack. However, in the Old Town, you can go back far further in time to the Late Middle...More
I have known Kaunas for 10 years and it used to be very much the poor relation to Vilnius, even though the new town has very impressive 1930s architecture and the potentially stunning long street, Laisvas Alejas. The old town always had a few interesting...More
We visit this Chocolaterie shop for a drink and WC and brought some hand made chocolate. Very unique small shop with big back space. They have seating outside and also WC. Strong smell of chocolate in the shop. It also had like a Chocolate fountain.