This synagogue dates from the early 20th century and is the city's only Jewish house of worship to survive WWII intact.
St Nicholas Church
A little south of Vokiečių on quiet Mikalojaus gatvė is Lithuania’s oldest Gothic church, founded by Germans around 1320. From 1901 to...
Organises half-day minibus tours of Vilnius (75Lt, two hours) and Jewish Vilnius, as well as ‘Trace your Family Roots’ tours and day...
The country’s most renowned orchestras perform concerts at several locations. The season normally starts in September and runs to June.
This is the kind of traditional chain that people love to hate, but also love to eat at. Americans might be reminded of a TGI Fridays....
cnr Šv Stepono & Raugyklos gatvė · interesting places nearby
Egg Statue information
This oversized egg on a nest of real twigs resided on Užupis' main square until it 'hatched' the Angel of Užupis in 2002 and moved to a grim square west of Old Town.