In Vilnius, you can wander through the 13th-century Old Town, sample rustic Lithuanian fare and explore galleries and sleek boutiques.

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What to Do in Vilnius, Lithuania | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

29 thoughts on “What to Do in Vilnius, Lithuania | 36 Hours Travel Videos | The New York Times

  1. Good video. But if you only have 36 hours…don't bother traveling. Go somewhere closer to home instead, or stay longer in each place. It's a disservice to check off a box saying you've been somewhere traveling like this.

  2. For all those polish people saying that Vilnius is polish city, it was founded by Gediminas, Lithuanian Duke, in if in 20 century it wasn't a lithuanian city, it's because it was jewish 🙂

  3. I was in Vilnius in 2012 and I loved it even it was too cold that time. We were so much close during soviet period till now. My uncle was sent to serve in army to Lithuania. greetings and love from sunny Uzbekistan.

  4. Kaimas-kaimieciams. Kad ir kiek girtu Vilniu, vistiek kaimas. Savaitgalis daugeliu yra nuvaziuoti prie galaxy su masina, i pub'a prisipisti arba i kluba i snuki gauti. Mieste dazniausiai nieko nevyksta, o daugelis renginiu yra kaimisko tipo ir zmones tenais susirenka tik is neturejimo kur eiti arba ka veikti.

  5. Thank you for the video! I also travelled to Lithuania and shot a video about worthy places in Vilnius. If anyone here is going to Vilnius soon, you can watch some of my videos in Vilnius playlist.

  6. My grandmother and grandfather were born in Lithuania. I want to visit. I live in the USA and only speak English. Would I be ok visiting in the city of Vilnius just speaking English?

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