The Republic of Lithuania is located on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. The "old town", the historical center of Vilnius is one of the largest in Europe of the East. Most of the artistic and architectural heritage is concentrated here. Vilnius is also the seat of the central administration Lithuanian and hosts the centers of interest, economic, social and cultural policy of the country. The Lithuania's capital and the most visited of the three capitals of the republics of the Baltic and one of the most loved in the eastern Europe. Very attractive from an architectural point of view, Vilnius offers countless places of cultural and social interest.
The vestiges of its glorious past are added attractions of a modern capital that offers many types of entertainment.
The city is famous for the creative character of its inhabitants: the district of Užupis ("behind the river") is a bohemian area, famous for having its own constitution and always bustling with life and creativity.
It is the ideal city for those who love fun: nightlife galore and cultural activities in quantity: a unique place to pass the time.