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Tour to Trakai 

Duration: 4 hours
Enjoy an amazing half-day tour of Trakai, traveling by air-conditioned minibus from the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, with an English/Russian-speaking guide or audio guide (11 languages).
Located just 17 miles (28 kilometers) from Vilnius, the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania is situated in a picturesque lakeside area, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions of the country.
Upon arrival, explore the historic town and well preserved ruins of the Peninsula Castle, set on its own island in Lake Galvė. Constructed in the 14th century, the castle was once of extreme strategic importance, falling into disrepair in the 17th century. Reconstructed according to its 15th century plan after World War 2, it’s now a major landmark of Lithuania.
Learn about the small ethnic Karaites group who settled in Trakai, along with Tartars, Russians, Jews, and Poles, and get panoramic views of Lake Galvė, the deepest of the region’s 200 lakes.


Hill of Crosses Tour / Siauliai 

Duration: 8-9 h

• Discover the unique Hill of Crosses included in the list of the 10 creepiest places in the world
• Learn about the cross making craft - one of the most unique Lithuanian crafts included in UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list
• Visit the hospitable town of Šiauliai with the unique statue of the Golden Archer and the Iron Fox
• Hear about the history, traditions and lifestyle of Lithuania
• Enjoy the picturesque sights of Lithuania during the comfortable drive

Tour to Kaunas with Pažaislis monastery

Duration: 8-9 h
Located just 60 miles (100 kilometers) from Vilnius, Kaunas is situated at the confluence of the rivers Nemunas and Neris, and is charming not only for its historical buildings and green parks, but for its eclectic collection of museums.

Upon arrival, explore its historic heart, lined with linden trees, pedestrianized avenues and beautiful riverside views. You can visit the M. K. Čiurlioni National Art Gallery, primarily devoted to the Lithuanian artist and composer Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis. Alternatively, go to the Devil’s Museum (Žmuidzinavičius Museum) to see an amusing collection of carved devils from around the world.

You will also visit the 16th-century Pažaislis Monastery to learn about its troubled history. The largest monastery complex in Lithuania, the glorious Italianate Baroque building has variously been commandeered as an Orthodox church, psychiatric hospital, archive, and art gallery.

Tour to Nida and Curonian spit

The tour to the Curonian Spit overlooking the Baltic Sea and Curonian Lagoon provides an excellent opportunity to explore the land of mighty dunes and pure Baltic nature. Hear many local myths and legends surrounding The Curonian Spit. Visiting Naglis reserve you will have a chance to see the breathtaking landscape that seems like Lithuanian Sahara Desert. As well during the tour visit cormorants’ and herons’ colonies close to Juodkrante which look like enchanted forest from a fairy tale. See unique fisherman villages and take a stroll in most famous Nida with wooden fisherman houses and smell of smoked fish in the air. White sand beach, magnificent dunes surrounded dense forests and hospitality of local people will surely take your breath away.

Travelling from Vilnius to Klaipėda on a highway. Visit the Old town of our port. Ferry boat will take us to the National park of Curonian spit, included in UNESCO world heritage. We shall see the most beautiful, important and stunning sites there. Lunch break is included in the tour time.

Tour to Kernave

Kernave is the first Lithuanian pagan capital, a picturesque archaeological site, located by the river Neris valley on fort-hills. The site is included in UNESCO world heritage. Kernave site presents an exceptional testimony to the evolution of human settlements in the Baltic region over the period of some ten millennia.