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Norwegian English Guide in Vilnius

#28 of 122 Tours in Vilnius
Vilnius, Lithuania
About Norwegian English Guide in Vilnius
I am working as English and Norwegian speaking guide in Lithuania. My guiding experience is almost 6 years and I can offer many different tours (not only traditional) in Vilnius, Kaunas, Trakai and other cities. Let me know what you are expecting and I will meet your expectations. We can mix city tour with visiting museums. I'll be happy to walk around with you and show you places, because I've been living here my whole life and I know every single street and courtyard of this city. I'm looking forward to having you as my guests! I also offer half day hiking tour thru 5 panoramas (Nature- Urban tour)and cycle tour for active tourists. If you are interested in cultural, active or food/beer tasting tours don't hesitate to contact me. I'm looking forward to meet you here in Lithuania! Norsk guide i Vilnius.
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Vilnius Walking Tour Old Town and Uzupis in English or Norwegian

During this excursion we will walk in Vilnius Old Town, Castles territory, Uzupis- which is considered as bohemian district of the city, amber gallery. You will see also many hidden places as courtyards and the places you would not find on your own.
Vilnius Old Town is one of the largest surviving medieval old towns in Northern Europe. 25 churches, two castles, medieval streets, old campus of university from 16th century, city wall with the Gate of Dawn, medieval Jewish quarters which became ghettos during the World War II.
Uzupis- district of artists is one of the most interesting places in the town. Community of artists declared so called free state from Lithuania 1997 April 1st. Now April 1st is the day of independence of Uzupis. We will explore the district with its galleries, artists, constitution and sculptures.
It is possible to make a break and taste Lithuanian beer or food for additional price.
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3 hours
from $98.75

Guided Tour of KGB Museum in Vilnius (Museum of Occupation)

Get the most out of your visit to Vilnius' KGB Museum with this guided tour. Let your tour guide lead you around the museum, pointing out details and sharing facts that you might not notice or learn while exploring on your own. Highlights include modern exhibits covering the resistance movement in Lithuania, the executions chamber, and the former KGB prison.
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1 hour 30 minutes
from $74.06

Tour in Kaunas tour English or Norwegian

During this tour we will visit provisional capital of Lithuania- Kaunas. Kaunas was the capital of Lithuania between two world wars. Now it is second largest city in Lithuania.

You will visit old town of Kaunas, remains of the castle, several churches, old president palace. Panoramic view of the city you will reach by old funicular. 

Its possible to visit the Devils museum or Pazaislis monastery.
I provide this tour from Vilnius with pickup and drop off to your hotel. If you stay in Kaunas, i can meet you in your hotel in Kaunas.

Lunch and entrance tickets are not included in the price.
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4 to 6 hours
from $246.88

Jewish heritage tour in Vilnius with Paneriai memorial

Immerse yourself in the Jewish culture of Lithuania on this half-day tour of Vilnius. Focus on the history and heritage of the Jewish population in Vilnius as you travel through the city, visiting landmarks such as the Great Synagogue and the Jewish library, theatre, and government. Finish up with a visit to the Paneriai Memorial and listen to in-depth commentary on the city's history.
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3 to 4 hours
from $123.44
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Vilija T wrote a review Jan 2019
Vilnius12 contributions5 helpful votes
As a royal city, it was first mentioned in 1323, by Grand Duke Gediminas. Everyone who visits Vilnius, learns the legend about the Iron Wolf and Gediminas, the founder of the city. No wonder, the Gediminas Tower on the hill serves the emblem of Lithuania. Today the Old Town of Vilnius covers a large area. Its attractive lanes and enclosed backyards are easy to reach from the main Cathedral or Town Hall squares. The reconstructed Royal Palace in Cathedral Square recalls the local nobility and royal figures, and their simple human passions. The country's rulers stayed here - Grand Lithuanian Dukes and Polish Kings, the successors of Gediminas-Jagiellon house. Through relationship by marriage, they were connected to the outstanding royal families of Habsburg in Austria, Sforza in Milan, the Vasa dynasty in Sweden and others. Amazingly, a real love story took place here in the 16th century between king Sigismund August and the beautiful widow Barbara Radziwill (Barbora Radvilaite) from an influential Lithuanian noble family. The Queen Barbora nowadays was elected the most prominent woman of Lithuania of all times... Having passed the Church of St. Ann, a tiny masterpiece of Gothic style, you will reach the Republic of Uzupis, situated on the banks of the River Vilnia (Uzupis means "the place beyond the river"). This is Vilnius Montmartre, an area of artists and people with a sense of humour. You can find the key postulates of the Republic of Uzupis Constitution, displayed on the street wall, likewise: "Everyone has the right to be happy. Everyone has the right to be unique...", etc.
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Date of experience: October 2018
24lorraineS wrote a review Aug 2018
Cary, North Carolina550 contributions169 helpful votes
This tour was an optional tour which I hesitated to join, however, it was an interesting experience. The building looks fine from the outside but it houses terrible rooms within and in basement areas. You get to see and read about how many innocent people of Vilnius were tortured and killed by the Soviet KGB. There are rooms that show torture as well as cells with little doors to feed prisoners. It really makes you wonder how bizarre some people think and act. Certainly worth a guided tour.
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Date of experience: August 2018
markadler2017 wrote a review Oct 2017
Cleveland, Ohio1 contribution
My wife and I spent an extraordinary day with Lukas, exploring the towns of my grandfather and my great-grandparents. Lukas is extremely knowledgeable of Jewish history from the 1800s to the Holocaust to the present and was able to take us to remnants of Jewish life in those towns. Lukas was able to find very difficult to find cemeteries and remains of synagogues. He clearly did his research, making the day with Lukas the highlight of our trip to Lithuania.
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Date of experience: September 2017
973dave201 wrote a review Jul 2017
Madison, New Jersey3 contributions1 helpful vote
My wife and I wanted to do a private tour to see the historical areas near Vilnius and Lucas gave us the perfect tour. We learned about the history, politics, culture, people - and got to see many great sites. Lucas' ability to personalize the tour was greatly appreciated. Thanks Lucas!
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Date of experience: April 2017
kaj-peterm wrote a review May 2017
Helsinki2 contributions
Lucas was a pleasant and comprehensive expert in the recent and past history of the city of Vilnius and Lithuania and Northern Europe that he knew from his heart. He took us - four people from Finland - on a most interesting tour around Vilnius - from the Uzupis to the Sejm. The Genocide Museum was a sad but necessary stop on the tour. Lucas had answers to all our questions, he spoke fluently english and norwegian. We warmly recommend Lucas. He was punctual and activly helpful with arrangments.
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Date of experience: May 2017