Vilnius is the historic and present-day capital of Lithuania. Archeological findings indicate that this city was the capital of the Kingdom of Lithuania and later that of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. After Lithuania formed a dual confederation with the Kingdom of Poland, Vilnius still remained as Lithuania's capital. 
The Lithuanian capital, Vilnius, is the country's largest and liveliest city. It's been a Lithuanian centre of power for centuries, going back to the days… Top attractions These are our favorite local haunts, touristy spots, and hidden gems throughout Vilnius. Attractions Restaurants Shopping Entertainment Discover more attractions See
Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, contains one of the largest surviving medieval quarters in Europe. Included on the UNESCO World Heritage List, Old Town contains almost two thousand medieval, gothic, renaissance, and baroque buildings, all centered on the neo-classical cathedral and town hall.
Vilnius, Russian Vilnyus, Polish Wilno, Russian (formerly) Vilna, city, capital of Lithuania, at the confluence of the Neris (Russian Viliya) and Vilnia rivers. Vilnius: old town section A settlement existed on the site in the 10th century, and the first documentary reference to it dates from 1128.
Top Attractions in Vilnius 2022 1. Vilnius Old Town 6,068 Neighborhoods Open now By 2mayap The oldest part of the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, it has developed over the course of many centuries, and has been… 2022 2. KGB Museum (Genocido Auku Muziejus) 3,339
VILNIUS is a cosmopolitan and thoroughly modern city that is relatively compact and easy to get to know, with a variety of inexpensive attractions and a lively nightlife.