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$80.62 Day Trips & Excursions

Private Kaunas and Pazaislis Monastery Tour

The M.K Ciurlionis Art Gallery and the Devil's Museum are nearby. Philosophical pictures by the Lithuanian artist and composer Mikalojus Konstantinas Ciurlionis (1875-1911) and some rather amusing devils will make your visit to Kaunas really unforgettable. Today it is the significant center of science, culture and industry.Also you'll visit Pazaislis Monastery of the 18th century. In the last years it became the Center of Culture. Because of its perfect acoustics many concerts take place there in Summer.

$92.14 Private & Custom Tours

Private Tour of Kedainiai and Kaunas Old Town

According to the legend, the name of Kedainiai originated from a wealthy merchant Keidangen who had moved here from Kursas and established a small fishermen's village. Kedainiai was famous as a town of many nations, confessions and cultures.Walking along the narrow streets of the Old Town of Kedainiai you can admire magnificent history. On the way back you will visit the old town of Kaunas.

$213.07 Day Trips & Excursions

Vilnius to Kaunas, Rumsiskes, Pazaislis Monastery Guided Tour

Your private tour will start from Vilnius, where you and your group will first head to the open-air museum in Rumsiskes, a Lithuanian country-life museum with open-air expositions. Here you can explore dwelling houses and economic buildings, from different regions in Lithuania. After lunch, the tour continues to Kaunas, the second largest town in Lithuania, and the temporal capital of the country between the first and second world wars. The oldest part of Kaunas city is the Old Town, located to the east where the Nemunas and Neris rivers join. During the tour, you will visit most of the sites in the Old Town, including Kaunas Castle, St. George Church, Town Hall Square, the Jewish Quarter, and the Cathedral. The tour will finish at Pazaislis Monastery - a unique Baroque monument, considered to be one of the most beautiful examples of mature Baroque in Northern and Eastern Europe, and distinguished by the quality of its art.

$78.32 Transfers & Ground Transport

Private Transfer from Riga to Kaunas or from Kaunas to Riga

Take this convenient private transfer from Riga to Kaunas or from Kaunas to Riga. Opt to be dropped off at a central location in central Kaunas or Riga hotel/ airport. The driver will meet you at the pick-up point in Riga/ Kaunas that you have specified and you will be taken to your centrally located Kaunas/ Riga hotel or other address that you specify.

$3.46 Shows, Concerts & Sports

The Ninth Fort Museum Entrance Ticket

The Ninth Fort was a part of the defense system of Kaunas Fortress. The fort was set up in 1913. After the First World War the Ninth Fort has never been used as a defensive fortification. In 1924 the Ninth Fort became a division of the Kaunas Hard Labour Prison. In 1940–1941 and 1944–1948 – there was the NKVD (The People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs) prison. During the Nazi occupation the Ninth Fort was a site of massacre. From 1941 to 1944 in the Ninth Fort more than 50.000 people of different nations were killed. Most of them were Jewish. In 1958, a decision was made to commemorate the killed people, and a museum was established in the Ninth Fort. In 1984, after almost 18 years of designing and building works, a three-part 32-meter height monument and a distinctive-form museum building were built near the Ninth Fort to commemorate the victims of Holocaust.

$3.46 Shows, Concerts & Sports

Devils' Museum Entrance Ticket

The collection was started by famous Lithuanian painter, public figure and professor Antanas Žmuidzinavičius. In 1966, the devil collection consisted of 260 sculptures, but now there are more than 3 000 exhibition in the museum and the amount is still growing, because of long standing tradition – any visitors from foreign lands can bring their own native devil art to add to the collection.Most of the devils are sculptures in wood, ceramic, stone, or paper. Others are masks or paintings on silk or canvas. The devils, collected from all over the world, are diverse in style. Many of the devils are art objects, for display only, but other devils have been incorporated into usable objects such as pipes and nutcrackers