Vinius is situated on the cross-roads between Eastern Europe, Western Europe and Scandinavia, and is an attractive and fascinating city. It is the capital of Lithuania and boasts an extensive old town which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. While Baroque in the main, its architecture plays on contrasts between its Romanesque, Renaissance and Jugendstil influences scattered over different parts of the city. The Church of Saint Anne is a particularly fine edifice and the University, founded in the 16th century, is one of the oldest in Europe.
Hotel and restaurant in town. The ancient city of Vilnius is a Unesco World Heritage site and had a profound influence on the cultural and architectural development of a large part of Europe. Despite the invasions and destruction that it suffered in its history, it still has many renaissance, gothic, baroque and classical architectural gems. “Stikliai” is Lithuanian for glass blowers and this hotel is ideally situated in the trade quarter, where, from the 17th to the 19th centuries, glass blowers had their workshops. Today, the Stikliai Hotel is a delightful little house, with a winter garden. The attentive staff will leave you with a lasting memory of a warm and welcoming Lithuania. ... Learn moreless