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Our most recommended Vilnius Private Experiences

  • Vilnius: Then and Now Old Town Tour

    1. Vilnius: Then and Now Old Town Tour

    Vilnius is a beautiful city, renowned for it's green spaces and Baroque architecture. It is also a very old city with lots of history, which nuances are best presented by a local Lithuanian. We recommend starting your tour where the history of the city began 10,000 years ago at the Cathedral Square. Other meeting points in the Old town would also work, however this one is recommended. Walking through important buildings, streets and other objects you will find out how Lithuania emerged from the swamps to become a self-sufficient country, how it came to its fall, what the situation during the Soviet occupation and what the situation is now.

    A great way of exploring Vilnius and finding the hidden gems (even for the local people). Our guide Ugne was full of knowledge about the city and its history. We had an amazing time!

  • Vilnius: Private Tour with a Local Host

    2. Vilnius: Private Tour with a Local Host

    Discover Vilnius through the eyes of a local on a private, customized walking tour. Meet your host at your hotel or Airbnb to get familiar with your neighborhood and learn where the best places to buy groceries or eat out are located. Your local guide is passionate about their city and eager to share all the tips and tricks to help you make the most of your stay. Upon booking, a representative will get in touch to confirm all details and ask you some questions to get to know you better to assign the right local host, based on your interests. Learn about the easiest ways to get around, hear about the top things to see and do, and chat about life in the city with someone who lives there. Each tour is completely unique and you can choose the meeting point, start time, and length that you prefer. Feel more comfortable navigating your way around on your own, confident that you have all the ...

  • Vilnius: Private Paneriai Park, Trakai Castle, Kernavė Tour

    3. Vilnius: Private Paneriai Park, Trakai Castle, Kernavė Tour

    After pick-up from accommodation in Vilnius start the tour with Paneriai memorial park, where thousands of Lithuanian Jews were killed. Learn about the Paneriai or Ponary massacre where up to 100,000 people were murdered by German SD, SS and Lithuanian Nazi collaborators during World War II. After the tour of the park visit Trakai castle, once a major centre of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, and where today you can see one of Europe's most beautiful castles on the island in the lake. Here you will have the chance to have lunch in a traditional Karaim restaurant or enjoy a boat trip around the lake. After Trakai visit the first capital of Lithuania, Kernavė. Kernavė is highly significant in Lithuanian history and boasts five hill forts and historic churches. A Lithuanian state cultural reserve was established in Kernavė in 1989 and it was in 2004 that Kernavė Archaeological Site was incl...

  • Semeliškės: Tour of the Trakai District Swamp

    4. Semeliškės: Tour of the Trakai District Swamp

    Not everyone has enough courage to step into the swamp! But those who do it once, will remember it for a long time. Enjoy an unforgettable experience and a lot of mud in your pants. This is an excellent opportunity for extreme activities fans. The tour gives a lot of adrenaline and you are supervised by an experienced guide. He has known the swamp for many years and can give you a lot of advice on how to get out faster. For those who prefer quiet evenings, it is suggested to enjoy bathing in a beautiful lake and river surrounded by the fascinating nature.

  • Local Guide of Vilnius Nightlife

    5. Local Guide of Vilnius Nightlife

    Looking for something unusual and interesting? Do not miss the opportunity to see Vilnius at night! If you have already seen places of interest in the daytime, you will receive a very different impression of Vilnius at night. Brightly illuminated streets, squares, majestic buildings of Vilnius will create a pleasant environment for an evening walk. Do you want to know where to find the most delicious food, drinks, clubs? Also, You want to know where is the cheapest taxi or the best hotels of Vilnius? You guide will give You some advice! We will introduce you to the most interesting places of Vilnius. You will spend your time with a responsible person who will be with you as long as you want.

  • Kaunas, Rumsiskes & Pazaislis Monastery: Full-Day Tour

    6. Kaunas, Rumsiskes & Pazaislis Monastery: Full-Day Tour

    Your private tour will start from Vilnius, where you and your group will first head to the open-air museum in Rumsiskes, a Lithuanian country-life museum with open-air expositions. Here you can explore dwelling houses and economic buildings, from different regions in Lithuania.  After lunch, the tour continues to Kaunas, the second largest town in Lithuania, and the temporal capital of the country between the first and second world wars. The oldest part of Kaunas city is the Old Town, located to the east where the Nemunas and Neris rivers join. During the tour, you will visit most of the sites in the Old Town, including Kaunas Castle, St. George Church, Town Hall Square, the Jewish Quarter, and the Cathedral.  The tour will finish at Pazaislis Monastery -a unique baroque monument, considered to be one of the most beautiful examples of mature baroque in Northern and Eastern Europe, and ...

    Martynas was a great guide and translated a lot of information for us at Rumsiskes. We really enjoyed the day! Incredible monastery visit as well! Thank you!

  • Vilnius, Trakai and Kernave Private Full-Day Tour

    7. Vilnius, Trakai and Kernave Private Full-Day Tour

    Once you are picked up by your guide at your accommodation, you will head to Gediminas tower in Vilnius to take a look at the Old Town of Vilnius. Later you will take a stroll in the Old Town. Then you will head to Kernave, the first Lithuanian capital, located 40 minutes drive from Vilnius. On the way it is possible to visit the Cognitive Walkway of Dukstos Oak-Wood. Upon reaching Kernave (a medieval capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and today a tourist attraction and an archaeological site) you will explore 5 hill forts, archaeology museum and hand-made souvenirs shop. Afterwards you will head to Trakai, with possible stops at view-point of Neris river-bank or Uztrakis mansion. Trakai prides a magical castle, located on an island. You will be able to visit castle museum, to take a boat trip (additional charge), and have lunch in traditional restaurant owned by the Karaim family...

    We took the tour on September 25th. The guide was really nice and gave us a lot of info as well as tips. The trip was worth it and he really adapted the rythme to us.

  • Dzukija National Park and Grutas Park: Full-Day Tour

    8. Dzukija National Park and Grutas Park: Full-Day Tour

    Once you and your group have been picked up from your accommodation in Vilnius, get ready for a day filled with adventure.  From Vilnius, you will travel to Merkine, where you will head to the Three Crosses area, which acts like a gate leading to a dome and a pyramid. Spend at least a few minutes here, as it's said to have a cleansing effect. Afterwards, proceed to the dome and pyramid and after short meditation, you will continue to the Cepkeliai Marsh.  The Cepkeliai Marsh is the largest swamp in Lithuania; here you will spend some time hiking. Later, you will continue to the Grutas Park, which is an exposition of Soviet statues scattered around the park. You will have lunch either in Marcinkonys village or Grutas Park. After lunch, you will head to Liskiava Monastery Ensemble and Druskininkai resort town. In the evening, you will return to Vilnius.

    Exsile was a wonderful guide and took us to several places that we never would have found on our own. Thank you!

  • From Vilnius: Day Trip to Curonian Spit National Park

    9. From Vilnius: Day Trip to Curonian Spit National Park

    Start with an early morning pick-up from your centrally located Vilnius hotel and drive to the Lithuanian seaside for 4-hours. There, you will experience the haunting atmosphere in the cormorants colony, have a look at the characters of the famous Lithuanian sagas and fairy tales on the mysterious Hill of Witches and walk on beautiful moving sand dunes, probably the largest in Europe. You will also have time to explore the cultural center of Curonian Spit - Nida village. See sand dunes with rare flora, littoral forest with centuries old trees and hand planted hill pines, white sand beaches, as well as urban infrastructure, streets, embankments, the Old Town with the architecture typical of this region and the scent of freshly smoked fish will make an indelible impression on you. In the evening, drive back to Vilnius.

  • Paneriai Holocaust Site, Trakai Castle & Rumsiskes Day Tour

    10. Paneriai Holocaust Site, Trakai Castle & Rumsiskes Day Tour

    During this day tour you will be able to explore the most interesting sites located in the surrounds of Vilnius. After pick-up from your hotel, the tour will start at Paneriai memorial park, where thousands of Jews from Wilna were killed. The Paneriai or Ponary massacre was a mass murder of up to 100,000 people by German SD, SS and Lithuanian Nazi collaborators, during World War II. The murders took place between July 1941 and August 1944 near the railway station of Ponary, now known as Paneriai, a suburb of what is today Vilnius, Lithuania. After the tour in the park, the group will head to the second capital of Lithuania, where today you can see the most beautiful castle in Europe, Trakai Castle, located on an island in the lake. Here you can have the lunch in a traditional Karaim restaurant, or take a boat trip around the lake. After Trakai, the group will head to one of the larges...

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What people are saying about Vilnius

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 13 reviews

A great way of exploring Vilnius and finding the hidden gems (even for the local people). Our guide Ugne was full of knowledge about the city and its history. We had an amazing time!

We took the tour on September 25th. The guide was really nice and gave us a lot of info as well as tips. The trip was worth it and he really adapted the rythme to us.

Very informative and interesting tour, we've visited places that we would never visit alone. Thank you, Ugnė!

Everything was perfectly organized and we had the opportunity to learn every detail as regards the sights!

The guide was really good and really nice. Trakai castle is a must to visit if you go to Lithuania