Located in the trendy station district is Vilnius’ oldest market – Halės Turgus. It’s the perfect spot to find fresh and local produce, sample some traditional Lithuanian delights, or grab lunch with friends. Find out more about Halės Market here.
One of the best parts of winter is getting cosy. Vilnius is no stranger to the colder months and has turned cosy into an art form. Get cosy in Vilnius.
Vilnius has prepared a surprise for upcoming Pope Francis’ visit. Using cutting edge technologies creators from VGTU “LinkMenų fabrikas” have developed a 3D model of the Shrine of Divine Mercy and the Painting of Divine Mercy, an icon for Catholics around the world. Take a look at one of the Lithuania’s most sacred treasures and get inspired to come to Vilnius for more. Take a look here.
Experience an itinerary of your own pilgrimage in Vilnius here.
Living and working in Vilnius. Find out more here.
As soon as the weather gets warmer, Vilnius begins its hot air balloon season. Over the years, hot air balloons have become a real Vilnius signature trait. Here’s where you can go to see the balloons take off, or book a ride on one.
Vilnius is so much more than its UNESCO-listed Old Town. Just ask the BT Group team that spent a week in Lithuania’s capital as part of Workation Vilnius: they got a first-hand experience of how full of life, energy and happy people the city is.
We’re sure they had a blast, but can’t help but wonder which traditional Lithuanian delicacy they liked best: our stuffed potato dumplings called Cepelinai, or our famous pink soup?
Nobody knows where it is but when you find it – it’s amazing. Build your personal pleasure map: www.vilniusgspot.com.
Vilnius is best explored by foot. Put on your comfiest shoes and get ready to experience the beauty of Vilnius. Find out which route of Vilnius would fit your feet best: www.walkablevilnius.com.