It's a bit out of the way, if you're in Vilnius. A friend said 2 hours; more like 3.
We went on a beautiful, still, tho still-wintry day, gorgeous sunlight, and while cold, our group thought it well worth it.
I have to agree with the reviewer who advises to read up on this place first, what it means and symbolizes to the Lithuanian people.
Lots of photos here already; will not add any, but don't forget there's a Franciscan Friary just 300 meters away and worth the visit. They have Mass and a beautiful peaceful chapel overlooking the Hill of Crosses where one can contemplate what it is to be able to worship freely and out in the open.
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