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We walked around the park where the three crosses are set... the park was bare and under disrepair. It was a little depressing but it was bitterly cold and not really in the ‘high season’ of leaved trees and flowers. It’s something to see as...More
Just a 15 minute walk from my accommodation, it doesn’t take too long to get there from the old town. Bring walking shoes as there is a muddy path and a lot of stairs. The view at the top was worth the walk and offers...More
We saw some really beautiful views. However... I wouldn’t suggest this if A you’re not very fit or B are trying to do it quickly. It took us a while and had to stop a few times on the way up... well worth it when...More
This object requires a bit of phisical activity, because you have to climb up the hill, but the results are rewarding. The cross monument is seen from oldtown, so up close they are quite big crosses, but the most spectacula ir view from the hill...More
It's quite the trek to get up here - we came from the park side and up the wooden steps through woodland, but you can also access it from the other side. A steep climb either way, but worth it. Once you're there, the crosses...More
One of the iconic site in Vilnius, you can approach from different sides, bit of a steep climb in places but there are steps. Good photo opportunity at the top for the town and the 3 crosses. Worth the walk!
I walked up thru the Bernardine gardens but it was a slog climbing all the wooden steps. Walked down bringing us out at the Neris river above the bridge and the Old Arsenal. This I think would be a better way to walk up... More
I walked up thru the Bernardine gardens but it was a slog climbing all the wooden steps. Walked down bringing us out at the Neris river above the bridge and the Old Arsenal. This I think would be a better way to walk up as also mainly tarmacked road/pathway. Quite frankly I didn't think the Crosses were worth the effort.