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Vilnius is one of the most magical cities in Europe. Its historic churches captivate tourists and make it perfect for a weekend getaway at any time.

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How to get to Vilnius?

You have several options if you want to travel to Vilnius from the UK.
Flying is the fastest and most straightforward way to reach Vilnius. Vilnius Airport connects to 80 destinations worldwide, including major European cities like London, Paris, Zurich, Frankfurt, Copenhagen, Stockholm and Antalya.
If you decide to travel by car, you benefit from having your own set of wheels to explore the local area. Look for a Vilnius hotel with parking to make things even more convenient.

When is the best time to visit?

Vilnius has the most to offer during the spring-summer season -- from May to early September. It is advisable to reserve at least two to three days to visit the most important places and popular attractions.

Getting around the city

Once you arrive in the Lithuanian capital, you can get around effortlessly using public transport. The buses and Vilnius metro are cheap and regular and can take you to many parts of the city. In summer, get around by city bike or electric scooter. The city is dense and compact, so you can also reach most places on foot.

Best attractions in Vilnius

From historic churches to modern attractions, these are some of the top things to do in Vilnius.

Enchanting Churches

The Old Town is home to many beautiful churches with ornate architecture and historic interiors. These landmarks can capture any history enthusiast's heart. The most famous church in the city centre is the 500-year-old Saint Anne's Church, a classic Gothic building with ornate pillars and dramatic arches.

The Hill of Three Crosses

If you want to see a beautiful panorama of Vilnius Old Town, head to the Hill of Three Crosses, a symbol of cultural identity. After your visit, climb to the top of Gediminas Hill for another must-see.

Presidential Palace

Political life revolves around the Presidential Palace in Vilnius, the President's official residence since 1997. It's free to visit at the weekend, making this a perfect addition to any budget-conscious trip to Vilnius. The guided tour is conducted in Lithuanian or English and teaches visitors about the palace's history and architecture.

Rasos Cemetery

On the Hill of Letters, the cemetery in Vilnius is one of the national necropolises with nearly 26,000 graves. It's a burial place for soldiers of the Home Army, eminent poets, painters and historians, Not to mention the final resting place of the heart of Jozef Pilsudski.

Where to eat and drink in Vilnius

All that sightseeing is sure to work up an appetite. Good news! There are many excellent restaurants, bars and pubs in Vilnius where you can sample local dishes or enjoy classic cuisine you know and love.


The city's diversity is represented in its restaurants. Experience typical local Lithuanian flavours and discover delicacies originating from Poland. Head to the Old Town to find many of the city's best-loved restaurants.


Whether it's date night or an afternoon respite, there are plenty of great pubs and bars to pop into for a drink. Vilnius is vibrant around the clock, with locals and visitors mingling in cocktail and wine bars after dark. Explore and find your perfect spot.

Questions about hotels in Vilnius

Are you keen on having all the main attractions in the city within walking distance? Place yourself in the Old Town, the central point of Vilnius. Explore our ALL – Accor Live Limitless hotels in Vilnius to find one that suits your wants and needs. Although accommodation facilities are located practically all over Vilnius, you can find the majority of them in the heart of the city, namely in the Old Town area.