Vilnius travel guide

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You're Going to Love Vilnius

With cobblestone streets and a wealth of gorgeous architecture in Europe's largest baroque old city center, it's no secret why Vilnius is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Baltic region. The modern era adds a busy business center, shopping and a hot night life scene to round out the experience.

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When to Visit Vilnius

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The climate of Vilnius is cool and markedly seasonal, with most visitors opting to arrive during the warmer spring and summer. Temperatures range between 60°F and 70°F between May and September.

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Where to Stay in Vilnius

For an artistic take on the city, stay at the Moon Garden Art Hotel, where the decor blends historic and ultra modern touches. Stay in modern luxury with hints of the city's Soviet past at the Neringa Hotel.

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How to Get Around Vilnius

The Cost of Living in Vilnius

Shopping Streets

In between gawking at the gorgeous buildings, you can shop at designers like Burberry, along with local designers and products, in the old city on Stiklas street.

Groceries and Other

RIMI and Maxima XX are supermarket chains you'll find in multiple locations throughout the city. A quart of milk costs EUR0.80 and a dozen eggs about EUR1.60.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
S$ 10.72
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
S$ 91.03
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
S$ 1.53
S$ 3.01

Where to Eat in Vilnius

You'll enjoy the unusual Irish-Lithuanian menu at Bistro 18, where main dishes start at about EUR5.50. For a classic Lithuanian cafe experience, choose Pinavija, where pastries start at only EUR2.