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The capital of Lithuania, Vilnius, is served by Vilnius International Airport. Vilnius Old Town (downtown), being only 6 kilometres from the airport, is definitely within easy reach. Local buses operate from outside the airport so reaching the city centre would not be much of a hassle. If the said buses are packed, remember you can always hail a cab.
The seat of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania has been astonishing ambassadors, and now tourists, ever since it was completed in the 15th-century. Interior designers should take notes!Three Crosses:
On top of the Bald Hill, one beholds the monument of Three Crosses. The Crosses (memorial), built to honour the Martyred Friars, are kept in white to signify their pure hearts. The formation of three crosses, side by side, recalls the original crucifixion of Christ.St. Anne's Church:
The church's reddish-brown colour scheme is only complemented by entirely Gothic architecture. Even though the style was popular back in the 16th century, St. Anne's Church is unique in its aspects. Whether it is the first time you are visiting such a church or have been to similar ones before, the experience would be precious all the same.Gediminas Castle Tower:
The tower is what remains of a castle that once stood as a stronghold to prevent foreign invasions into Lithuanian territories. Tourists can rest assured; there will be no need to scale the tower using ladders or siege towers. They have an elevator installed for that purpose.