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We loved Vilnius, a beautiful city. Our guide, Anna, answered all our questions and more. We will return to Lithuania.
We loved Vilnius City Sightseeing Tour, our guide even half an hour after the scheduled time to tell and show us the city and did not want to leave
Same tour guide as our Trakai Castle tour and it was amazing!
The guide was excellent, interesting and amusing. It was a good mixture of bus and walking.
The sightseeing trip was worth every penny. Vilnius is a beautiful city and very interesting indeed. Unfortunately we only had a few days in Vilnius. We had the good fortune to be the only couple with the guide on the sightseeing trip, hence we did not miss out on anything and could fire as many questions as possible. The guide enlightened us about the history of Lithuania. Not to be missed - absolutely loved it!
Our guide was very informative and gave us a good account of her life in Vilnius during the Russian occupation. We were the only 2 people on the tour, probably because it was off season...therefore, we got personalised treatment! We did the tour on our first morning which was great as we really had our bearings after it.
The guide, even though she spoke limited English, was very good. I had not realized the tour would be a walking tour, but it worked out well, and we went to the major attractions. The tour gave me a good idea of where everything was located.
Excellent tour guide. Very informative. Would definitely recommend this tour for those who want to get to know Vilnius!
good organisation, just in time. Good guide with precise knowlidge of history and locations.
Very informative and comprehensive tour, prompt pick up and seamless efficiency
Good overview of Vilnius - unfortunately our visit to the interesting church coincided with Sunday mass! Could have done without the obligatory sales stop at the Amber Museum, although no real hard sell.