Exploring Vilnius, Lithuania will definitely leave you feeling spiritual and patriotic as you visit the numerous beautiful churches and monuments constructed in honour of those who stood against the Soviet Union.
Visit this self-proclaimed republic town of Užupis having all attributes of a free county. Its main square boasts the statue of Angel blowing a trumpet.
Formerly used by Nazi and then KGB to imprison those who resisted them; It's now the Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights. Also, known as the KBG/Genocide museum.
Pavilniai Regional Park has tons of things like, an entertainment center, waterfall, amusement park, and walking trails.
The 14th-century Trakai Island Castle is built in the middle of the Lake Galve, on the Karaim Island. Stroll around the island to know its age-old culture.
Vilnius Old Town is studded with churches and cafes. Explore the Literatu Street, flaunting funky art and commemorating poets.
The Three Crosses are built in honor of Lithuania’s dreadful past with the Soviet Union. It offers a 360º view of the town from top.
Climb up the Gediminas Castle Tower to grab the skyline of the town. Built in 1400s, it was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Connect with spirituality at the Vilnius Cathedral Square. Be sure to explore the magical Stebuklas Miracle Tile and the beautiful Vilnius Cathedral, when in here.