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D 07 Sep 2023
Le Mesnil-le-Roi

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Travelled in group - Sep 2023
I was skeptical when I saw that we were the only people signed up for Ruta.s tour; usually free tours are so crowded. But, she was an excellent guide and we ended up spending 3 hrs with her. The more we got to know her , and her, us, the more she personalised the tour to cover themes and areas that she thought we would most enjoy. Very enjoyable ! Thank you, Ruta
Free tour in Old Town of Vilnius
Sofía 13 Aug 2023

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Travelled in couple - Aug 2023
David ha sido un guía estupendo. Nos ha contado muchas cosas de la historia de la ciudad y del país. Muy interesante y entretenido. Muy buenas recomendaciones.
Vilnius Old Town with David – free walking tour
Ervand 03 Oct 2022

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Travelled in couple - Sep 2022
Mehr als nur eine Stadtführung, wir haben neues gehört, gesehen und erlebt, hat wirklich Spaß gemacht
Walk with the German-speaking guide in the old town of Vilnius
Bethan 26 Feb 2022

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Travelled alone - Feb 2022
Excellent alternative view of Vilnius you would not see alone. Unmissable.
Undiscovered Vilnius Free Walking Tour
LUIS 05 Dec 2021

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Travelled in family - Dec 2021
Creo que nunca había hecho un free tour tan completo. Nuestra gurú fue increíble, se la veía entusiasmada de poder enseñarnos su ciudad, la alegría que transmite es única. Impresionante
The best way to fall in love with Vilnius! - Free Tour
Talitha 06 Nov 2021

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Travelled alone - Nov 2021
Lukas was a fantastic guide! Very knowledgeable about the history of the KGB museum. Would book a tour with him again!
Free tour in the former KGB prison in Vilnius
Jacopo 22 Sep 2021

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Travelled alone - Sep 2021
Funny and interesting experience, i will do a free walking tour whenever possible
Free Walking Tour: Discover the secrets of Vilnius old town!
Ina Radzijevskaja 01 Aug 2021

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Travelled in group - Aug 2021
Vaida is the excellent guide. Her walk was very interesting and we learned a lot about Vilnius.
Let's discover most beautiful places in the old town of Vilnius together!
Joerg 17 Jun 2021

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Travelled in group - Jun 2021
Excellent tour, I definitely recommend it!
Essential free walking tour of Vilnius

Best things to do and see in Vilnius

Vilnius is the highest populated city in Lithuania. As it is the country’s capital, it is the center of its economic, politic and administrative activity. Located in the southeastern part of the country, it is very close to the Belarusian border where the Vilnius and Neris rivers merge. The first written testimony of Vilnius comes from 1323, found in letters written by the Grand Duke Gediminas. The old town of this city is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Eastern Europe, and it was recognized by UNESCO in 1994 as a World Heritage site. Furthermore, its cuisine is outstanding and pairs perfectly with a stroll down any of its streets which all abound with its charming history and culture.

If you do a free walking tour with a local guide in Vilnius, whether it be in the morning or the afternoon, you will easily come across a large number of essential stops to explore from the old town to the equally beautiful surrounding neighborhoods. On top of being a great way to be able to get to know the secret spots and ancient corners of this city that aren’t so well-known, the itinerary of the guided tour will bring you places like the Gate of Dawn, Vilnius’ City Hall, (Vilniaus Rotušė) to its Cathedral or the Church of Saint Anne. You will undoubtedly end up walking on Pilies Street (Pilies Gatve) in the old town or the Jewish neighborhood, Užupis; the self-proclaimed Republic of Užupis, which is truly worthy of a visit. Other points of interest that are also worth your time on the tour are Gediminas’ Avenue, the Hill of Three Crosses, the Museum of Genocide Victims or the Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania.

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