Centre for Stateless Cultures
The students of Vilnius University attend school on a spectacular campus featuring 13 courtyards framed by 15th-century buildings and...
Sts Johns’ Church
You need to go through the university entrance on Universiteto to access St John's Church, a baroque gem. Founded in 1387 - well before...
The exit from the university’s Sarbievijus Courtyard to Universiteto gatvė brings you into the square opposite the former Bishops’...
This two-level club right in the centre of tourist Vilnius opened in 2010 to rave reviews and hasn’t stopped since. On the ground floor...
A standout from the crowd on Vilnius’ busiest tourist street, this relaxed combination creperie/bakery mixes old-world charm with a...
Centre for Stateless Cultures information
Lonely Planet review
Vilnius University houses the world's first Centre for Stateless Cultures, established for those cultures that lack statehood, such as Jewish, Roma and Karaimic (Karaite) cultures, in its history faculty.