You can visit the Church and the street is full of nice restaurants and coffeehouses where you can set and enjoy your time
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I likely went at the worst time, right before a mass started, so was cramped and couldn't take photos inside of the gorgeous piece of art. Also too many not wearing deodorant which was unpleasant. I might try to pop in again when a mass...More
Would recommend a visit to the gate through St Theresa Church before heading outside. It is a very special chapel above the city gate. Be quiet upon entering as this is one of the most sacred places in Lithuania.
This is a small traditional and spiritual place to visit. It is a reserved place, so not touristy, but it something you must see when in Vilnius. It is a holy place , so go with these expectations and you will enjoy. I said my...More
Few pictures are there; it could be seen while walking through the street; there is a gate, very old.
Just people praying. the statues and pictures inside looks amazing, jet again there is nothing there to do. so check it out and leave right away. Google the history of it so you would understand the story behind it before you go.
There was nothing here which seemed interesting. The place looked very secluded and completely empty which tells a lot.
Part of the old city wall, it is a church on top of an arch. Walk through from the outside, it is much more impressive from the inside.