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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    There are lots of things to do at this attractions: Bell Tower, Cathedral, many old and beautiful Catholic Churches, restaurants, shops, old neighborhoods, etc.

    I joined a Group Walking Tour where I learned about this attraction and brief history of Lithuania. Highly recommended to visit!
    Written May 26, 2023
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  • Traveler12306
    New York City, NY27 contributions
    This museum is worth visiting. It is in the basement and first floor of the courthouse, built in the late 19th century, on one of the main shopping streets, and was in use in the inter-war period by the Lithuanian government, then by the Nazis during the occupation, and by the KGB duriing the Soviet period. While it oddly advertises that the KGB execution chamber is on view, fortunately, there is nothing sensationalist or lurid about it.
    The basement jail cells have informative and what appear to be objective exhibits about the German occupation and the killing of LIthuanian Jewry by them Nazis with the assistance of Lithuanian collaborators, and Lithuanian partisan activity during the war and against the the Soviets after they recaptured Vilnius in 1944.
    Written May 21, 2023
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  • liverpool1023
    London, UK811 contributions
    It makes an easy day trip from Vilnius by either bus or train. We chose the train which takes around 40 minutes to cover the 29 km from Trakai. The train station is at the base of a peninsula that juts out into the lake. We walked along the shore to reach the Castle which around 2 to 3 km from the station.

    The castle has been reconstructed and looks almost too perfect. However, it does give a real impression on how it dominated the landscape. The museum itself is worth a diverting half an hour, the castle itself is the real star and although it receives 2 million visitors our visit on a sunny Monday in May - it did not feel overly crowded bar a few school parties.
    Written May 30, 2023
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  • Monika Ž
    1 contribution
    Guide was amazing and told a lot of interesting stories. Two hour tour didn't last long. I would like to visit night tour.
    Written May 30, 2023
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    Because of my flight delay, I was able to visit it on my last day in Vilnius. One can hike the steps leading to the castle or ride the funicular. Hiking option is free, using the funicular is 1 euro per person.

    The views of the city from the Castle are great. One can see the river, old and modern areas of Vilnius. The Castle is now a museum, I skipped it due to lack of time.
    Written May 30, 2023
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  • Lelde
    4 contributions
    It took us about an hour to go through the museum.
    It was my first experience in a place like this, and I quite enjoyed it. The staff helps you and explains the science behind the illusions and effects.
    Written May 23, 2023
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  • Schatze
    Chicago, IL237 contributions
    WOW - what an experience! I took a tour of the Hill of Witches, after which we took a stop on the banks of the Curonian Spit. It was fiercely windy, but the sand was so beautiful and fine. We had to walk up quite a large wooden staircase to get over to the shoreline, and this may be a barrier of entry for some, so keep this in mind.
    Written March 3, 2023
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    There is a banner made of yellow and white cloth hanging infront of the main altar that has the Statue of Jesus and the Holy Family. Around this church are several statues of saints and images of Virgin Mary.

    Took some pictures and proceeded to visit the church next door, the St. Bernadine Church
    Written May 28, 2023
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  • Gary W
    Richmond, Australia623 contributions
    Walked up the hill to the monument which provided a good view of a large section of Vilnius. The steps to the top are crumbling but easily negotiable. Works are currently underway to make it more accessible. It is free to visit. If you have a vehicle you can park half way up the hill.
    Written May 4, 2023
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    The entrance to this attraction is a door at the street level. There are steps to take to get a closer look of the image of Virgin Mary. The space is very small so lingering here is not a viable option. Taking photos of the image is NOT allowed, a female guard would let you know. Option B - take a picture from outside, just zoom it.
    Written May 28, 2023
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  • Panioann77
    Larnaca, Cyprus747 contributions
    The Ninth Fort is one of the defences of Kaunas fortress and a historical and architectural monument protected by the state. There has been a museum in the Ninth Fort where visitors may learn about the interesting and distinctive architecture of war of Kaunas Fortress defences, and explore the examples of weaponry and accoutrements of World War I. Accompanied by a guide, visitors may see the inside of a defensive wall and posterns. Another part of the exposition shows a period of the division of Kaunas Hard Labour Prison and introduces prisoners’ mode of life, it reconstructs episodes of repressions performed by NKVD and reveals the extent of Nazi’s crimes. There is a big exposition in authentic cells on the walls of which you may see people’s dying records; it reveals Jews’ tragedy in Lithuania and tells the story of Kaunas Ghetto and massacre. The place of wholesale slaughter is represented by the monument of three sculptural groups designed by sculptor Alfonsas Ambraziūnas. The monument is 32 meters high. Various events and commemorations take place in the museum; the visitors are provided guide services, educational activities are organized and there is a possibility to get acquainted with the exposition using an audio and video guide. A definitely must visit in Kaunas.
    Written May 24, 2023
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  • cjschreiner
    Chandler, AZ2,040 contributions
    Visited this place in the winter and pretty much had the place to ourselves. A fresh snow covered the landscape and gave us a different view of what the average tour would see at this place.
    Written January 2, 2023
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    Our Group Walking Tour lasted about 2.5 hours, the last 30 minutes of which were spent visiting this attraction and nearby areas.

    We crossed a small bridge and entered Uzipis where we saw some quirky sculptures, paintings along the river bank, some old buildings, and the most memorable for me are the constitutions of this place shown in various languages.

    I enjoyed my isig
    Written May 26, 2023
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  • Margo
    Vilnius, Lithuania23 contributions
    One of the must-see churches if you come to Vilnius and want to discover the marvels of the architecture. It is even called the most beautiful church of Vilnius.
    Written December 22, 2021
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  • LolaGo1
    Washington DC, DC6,077 contributions
    I did a short day trip from Vilnius to Kaunas, using the local trains. The first attraction I visited is the Old Town of Kaunas. It is easier to navigate for a first time visitor where most attractions are located along the beautiful lane with trees and some benches at the middle of the lane.

    There are shops, restaurants, museums, churches, statues/ monuments, Castle, etc, to see and visit here. I really enjoyed my brief visit here!
    Written May 29, 2023
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