Please be invited to visit the balcony of the Vilnius City Municipality building and admire the special panorama of the capital opening up from here. The 77-meter-high skyscraper of the Vilnius City Municipality overlooks the Neris River, the Old Town, Liepkalnis, the Hill of Three Crosses, 4 bridges of the city, the Gediminas Castle, towers of the capital’s churches and the glowing main Christmas tree of the city at Christmas time.
Looking around Vilnius from up high will be possible on business days at noon, 12.30 and 5.00 p.m. (4.00 p.m. on Fridays).
Advance registration for excursions is necessary by calling 1664 or 8 (5) 211 2000, because they will be held in groups of 10 people.
Take advantage of this opportunity, which will offer a fun free of charge entertainment, impressive pictures and a fresh look at the beloved city!
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