AudiogidasVilnius Tourist Information Centre has renewed the audioguide. From now on, tourists shall have a possibility to discover the city in a more comfortable way. The audioguide meant for tourists provides a possibility to explore the city as if you are travelling with a guide, but it also lets you freely plan your time and route.
It is comfortable to listen to the records of Vilnius audioguide at any place – museum, park or in the street. Every record is an interesting story about the selected object, its peculiarities. Also, you will find local legends and famous music insertions.
A small mp4 player contains 74 professionally prepared records that can be played randomly or selecting only those places which interest you the most. Everybody who rents the audioguide is presented with a map with a list of places to visit and proposed stops.
Audioguide devices could be rented in two Vilnius Tourist Information Centres (Vilniaus g. 22 and Didžioji g. 31); there is also a record for mp3 players and smart phones.
Rent price – EUR 10, deposit – EUR 50 (the deposit is returned after rent).
The rented device should be returned the same or the following day.
Records are prepared in Lithuanian, English, German, Russian and Polish.
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