I went with my brother and sister on the tour bus as we wanted to see parts of the City we usually wouldn't find on foot. We boarded the bus at the beginning of the tour opposite the Cathedral Square (you can also board the bus at the bus stop by the side of the Town Hall opposite the art gallery), bought the tickets on board the bus and took our seats (There are a few tourist leaflets and booklets at the airport, if you happen to pick one up, there is a voucher for 5 Litas off the 11am tour. Be careful if the sun is out because the open top bus allows all this glorious sunshine burn away at your skin, so make sure you wear sun cream and maybe a hat to protect your skin. It was easy to navigate between languages, however make sure your headphone work properly as only one of my headphones worked. The Driver will go around each passenger and ensure you have the correct language you need and make sure it is working properly before departing. The audio guide was informative, however they spoke very quickly so it was hard to take all the information in and remember details of certain areas or buildings. Overall it was a good cheap way of viewing the City (40 Litas each) There is another tour Company that offers an actual English Speaking tour guide which would probably be more beneficial if you have questions about certain areas or monuments/buildings.
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