Visit Vilnius County


Vilnius County is located in the southeastern part of Lithuania and is known for its stunning natural beauty, vibrant culture, and rich history. The capital city of Vilnius serves as the administrative center of the county. There are plenty of attractions to explore in Vilnius County such as Trakai Castle, a 14th century medieval castle situated on an island in Lake Galve. You can also take a stroll through Uzupis, a bohemian neighborhood known for its independent spirit and street art.

History buffs will love exploring Gediminas Castle Tower which offers spectacular views of old town Vilnius. Other interesting historical sites include St. Anne's Church, The Gate of Dawn Chapel and Cathedral Square. Be sure to try some traditional Lithuanian dishes while you're here - cepelinai (stuffed dumplings) and kugelis (potato pudding) are must-tries! An interesting fact about Vilnius County is that it was one of the first places to declare independence from Soviet rule in 1990s - something that locals take great pride in today!