Boring isn’t an option in Vilnius! It’s a city packed with action, art, inspiration, history and more than a few unexpected adventures along the way. Latest Tips you always can find in Vilnius tourist information centre's website: GO VILNIUS
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Every city has it's fair share of must-visit sights and landmarks. However, not all cities can be explored and discovered just by walking. Vilnius greets visitors with stunning landscapes, stories, and entertainment: medieval places and city nightlife, breathtaking views of nature, and a unique and storied culture. What’s best about it is that everything can be reached on foot.
Explore Vilnius on foot and let the audio guide lead the way. You can rent an audio guide in English, Lithuanian, Polish, German or Russian at one of the Vilnius Tourist Information Centres. Together with the audio guide you will receive a special map that will make finding the top sights of Vilnius easier.
Hop on the red Vilnius Tour Bus and it will take you to top city’s attractions. The open-top bus ride offers numerous panoramic views of the city. Plus, you can hop-off and hop-on the bus at any one of the stops, which are conveniently located all along the route.
The perfect place for those interested in the decorative arts, this museum regularly hosts exceptional fashion, jewellery and applied arts exhibitions. In collaboration with fashion historian Alexandre Vassiliev’s foundation, the Museum of Applied Arts and Design showcases authentic collections of clothes and accessories from the 18th-20th century.
MO Museum, a personal initiative of Lithuanian scientists and philanthropists Danguolė and Viktoras Butkus, functioned as an art museum without walls for close to ten years. The collection of around 6 000 modern and contemporary pieces contains major Lithuanian artworks from the 1960s to this day.
Vilnius’ newest museum is a must for modern art lovers and those interested in seeing works by modern and contemporary Lithuanian artists. Designed by renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the MO Museum is a work of modern art in itself and has already won several architecture prizes.
The purpose of the National Gallery of Art is to collect, research and present Lithuanian art of the 20th and 21st centuries to Lithuanian and foreign visitors as a part of the global modern art culture. The aim is to collect and get to know Lithuanian art heritage of this period, broaden the audience's horizons, enhance local art relations with art of other countries, promote new interpretations of Lithuanian art, and develop the culture of perception of visual art.