Vilnius Private Old Town Walking Tour with University & Gediminas Tower Visit

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Discover the medieval heart of Vilnius on a comprehensive old town walking tour taking you to the superb views of the Gediminas Castle Hill.

Tour price per adult:

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Price per 1 person 210 115 67 49 42 36 33 30 28 26 25
Group size Price per 1 person
1 210€
2 115€
4 67€
6 49€
8 42€
10 36€
12 33€
14 30€
16 28€
18 26€
20 25€

Tour includes

  • 4h private guide services
  • Vilnius Old Town walking tour
  • Visits to Vilnius University ensemble & Gediminas Tower

Tour excludes

  • Gratuity to the guide is not included in the tour price.

Schedule

  • 00:0003:45
    Meet & greet at your hotel followed by Vilnius Old Town walking tour with visits to Vilnius University & Gediminas Tower
  • 03:4504:00
    Return to your hotel

Additional information

Children’s Discounts: 3-year-old and under are free, 15% discount for ages 4-12.

Please note, Vilnius University Architectural Ensemble is closed for visitors on Sundays, longer time spent on a tour taking place on a Sunday on Gediminas´ Hill.

A language supplement of 10 Eur/h is added for tours in Chinese language. This supplement will be added to the tour rate published.

Please note, this tour can start from a centrally located hotel/ city center.

  • Gates of Dawn
  • Town Hall & Town Hall Square
  • Vilnius University Architectural Ensemble
  • St. John´s Church
  • Presidential Palace
  • Vilnius Cathedral
  • Cathedral Square
  • Palace of Grand Dukes of Lithuania
  • Gediminas Tower
  • St. Anne´s Church

Once a flourishing capital of Grand Duchy of Lithuania formed by historic alliances with neighboring Poland, Vilnius is today a modern European city with a rich cultural heritage to offer.

We will start our stroll through the cobbled streets of the Old Town with a walk down the magnificent Gediminas Avenue at the Gates of Dawn, the only remaining historical gate to Vilnius city.  Gediminas’ Tower is the beautiful historic remaining part of the Upper Castle in Vilnius, which was first completed in 1409 by Grand Duke Vytautas. It is possible to climb to the top of the hill on foot or by taking a unique funicular railway with panoramic view of the city with the Neris river below.  The tower museum showcases  models of Vilnius castles from the 14th to the 17th centuries and armament.

Most governmental institutions of Lithuania are concentrated on this main street named after the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Gediminas. We will see the National Drama Theatre, Bank of Lithuania, National Library and City Hall Square.

Located in the geographical center of Europe, the blend of Eastern and Western traditions is visible with both beautiful Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox churches lining the old town streets. Some of the most impressive facades belong to the Gothic beauty of St. Anne´s Church and Saint Casimir Jesuit church with an outstanding dome.

Following a sneak into the hidden courtyards of Vilnius University we will also enjoy an inside visit of the Vilnius University. The stately Presidential Palace is on our way to the spiritual heart of Vilnius at the Cathedral Square.

According to local legend, Grand Duke Gediminas built the city with the will of gods after he dreamed of an Iron Wolf standing on top of this hill howling as strong and loud as a hundred wolves.

The tour comes to an end in the old town.

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Multiple tour discount! We offer 3% discount when booking two tours and 5% when booking three or more tours.

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