The region of Vilnius is the home of Lithuania's capital of the same name. It is located in the south eastern part of the country, east of Kaunas and south of Utena, and lies at the meeting point of the two rivers, Vilnia and Neris. Vilnius is a modern cosmopolitan city, meaning that there is ample opportunity for shopping and relaxing in some very wonderful recreational centres, cinema halls and also dining in some of the best restaurants which offer traditional and exquisite Lithuanian dishes. Your stay in Vilnius accommodation will be perfect as the city is full of parks and gardens amongst elegant buildings which give it a modern look.
Explore an enchanting old town with Vilnius accommodation
During your stay in Vilnius apartments you should visit the old quarters of the town which is the historic centre of the city. In the old town you will find lots of buildings constructed according to the neoclassic, gothic, baroque and renaissance styles. Pilies Street is the main route of old Vilnius. Here you can spend your time wandering on the splendid and atmospheric cobbled lanes and streets of the biggest medieval town of Central and Eastern Europe; spend your time in all-night parties; sit in the courtyards of dignified old houses, and soak up the ambiance of a young country.
While in the Old Town you should definitely visit the St Anne’s Church, a Roman Catholic Church designed and built in two separate styles. The two styles of this church are the Brick Gothic style and the colourful Gothic style. The original building of the church was made from wood but this building was destroyed in a fire in 1419, and the present church was rebuilt from 1495 to 1500. After having explored the Old Town, the next place you should visit is the Vilnius Castle Complex which has some magnificent buildings that add to the historical and cultural importance of this city.
Look beyond the capital with Vilnius apartments
Staying in Vilnius accommodation doesn't just limit you to a city break in the capital. If you're looking for a taste of nature then why not head to Sirvintos, a district filled with forests, rivers and lakes – well worth visiting if you enjoy a breathtaking view. The Trakai district is definitely the place to go if you're keen on castles, with Old Trakai Castle, Trakai Peninsula Castle and Trakai Island Castle all within the vicinity of the area. Whatever kind of holiday you're looking for, you'll be sure to find it during your stay in Lithuania apartments.