Vilnius In Your Pocket

When Vilnius puts on its autumn clothes before the long Baltic winter takes hold, it adopts darker, golden hues making the season, for many, the most atmospheric and aromatic of the year. This being a particularly leafy city, tree leaves of all shapes, sizes and colours drift along the streets, clogging up the gutters, or are thoughtfully put into neat piles by municipal workers only for kids to jump in and kick joyfully around. Take cover from the frequent showers in a cosily candlelit restaurant, a warmly welcoming bar or café with a view of an evocative lane or courtyard, before resuming your explorations and adventures.
If you're on your own, take this city guide with you for company. We'll tell you a bit about where to go and what to see, eat and experience during your time in the Lithuanian capital. We also have a list of what's on. If you're here for a few days, consider a trip to Trakai with its fairytale Island Castle surrounded on all sides by picturesque lakes. There's a short overview in this guide.
Online we have infinitely more content, with feature articles on culture, customs, history, sports, where to travel to in Lithuania, plus some pointers on local food. The print guide is published four times a year, available at selected hotels, bookshops and kiosks. Don't forget to check out Lithuania's other unique cities Kaunas and Klaipėda and the sandy coastal resorts Palanga and Nida. Visit our facebook page to get the latest updates, and download our new free In Your Pocket travel app for IOS and Android.
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