Take a Look at Vilnius from the Height of 77 metres!
As from 4 December, residents of Vilnius are welcome to visit the 20th-floor balcony of the municipality of Vilnius and enjoy a special panorama of the capital city. The skyscraper, from the height of 77 metres, gives a view of the Neris River, the Old Town, Liepkalnis quarter, the Hill of Three Crosses, 4 bridges of the city, a hot-air-balloon take-off site next to the Baltasis Bridge, Gediminas Castle, towers of the churches of Vilnius and – during the Christmas season – a glittering main Christmas tree of the capital city.
Guided tours will start on 4 December. You are invited to take a look at Vilnius from the height of 77 metres on work days at 12:00 p.m., 12:30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m.
If you wish to join a guided tour, you must register by phone 1664 or +370 5 211 2000, because small groups of 10 people each will be gathered for every scheduled time.
You are highly welcome to come and enjoy fun entertainment free-of-charge, impressive shots and a new look at your beloved city!
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