Lithuania’s only travelling-cart theatre is rarely at home (it travels most of the summer), but the characters displayed inside this old narrow-gauge train carriage are enchanting.
With an ideal location on Laisvės aikštė, this casual Italian is good for a glass of wine, a panino, pasta with pesto, or something meaty from the grill.
A looming likeness of Alexander Jagiellon, Grand Duke of Lithuania (and later King of Poland) in the late 15th and early 16th centuries.
With a terrace on the main square, this gallery/cafe does good-value Lithuanian cuisine.
Panevėžys doesn't have too many sights; these statues in the lake are worth a snap.
This tiny museum focuses on ethnography and also hosts temporary exhibitions.
Get snacks for the trip from this supermarket, near the bus station.