Rank in Lithuania
Rank in Europe
Once nicknamed the Jerusalem of the North, the city of Vilnius is the capital city of Lithuania. The city exudes an old world charm. The pebble-lined streets of the city have wonderful and quaint looking buildings standing on either side. To every traveller's delight, these buildings house beautiful cafes, colourful boutiques, and quaint guesthouses. Vilnius has various monuments and churches that are a testament to its Catholic and Orthodox roots. The green cover of the city is so lush that it is said to cover over 40% of the whole of the city. Reminders of loss are everywhere: museums dedicated to the Holocaust, former ghettos, preserved KGB torture chambers, and cemeteries filled with the war dead. Though a capital city, Vilnius feels much like an overgrown village. This is no Eastern European antique; artists, punks, and a self-declared micro-nation keep Vilnius cutting-edge.
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