Discover the delights of Lithuania’s medieval capital on this small-group food and history walking tour of Vilnius. Follow your guide through the UNESCO–listed city’s cobblestone streets and admire the many Gothic and Baroque churches you find. Gain insight into Vilnius’ history and heritage, and learn the effects of Soviet-era rule. Stop off at local cafes and bars, and sample speciality snacks the locals love such as cured meats and fish, cheeses and breads. Enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 12 people.
A 3-hour guided tour of Vilnius’ Old Town featuring hearty and delicious local cuisine
Stop into delis to sample cured meat and cheese and other local delicacies
Try locally produced beer, mead, wine and kvass
Taste unusual treats like acorn coffee and cold, bright-pink borscht soup
Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a personalized experience
Excellent tour which actually lasted 4 hours instead of 3. We enjoyed some really tasty authentic food and beer and plenty of it. We couldn't manage to eat everything at the last place. Our guide Vilija was very friendly and knowledgeable and sensitive to our needs. Highly recommended trip for a true taste of Lithuania.
Great. Very knowledgable and friendly guide.
Food tour is definitely more of a historical view of Lithuanian food and traditional family fare
and not necessarily contemporary foodie cuisine.
Fun stop in the Lithuanian artist breakaway republic of Užupis.
Overall Vilija was a friendly host and definitely a great tour to take.
Probably better in summer. It was cold and rainy when we went in October.!
Exceptionally well informed guide Vilija, willing and able to provide customized tour experience. Wide variety of food samples in a variety of impressive locations. I was quite full at the end of the tour which was clearly the Best food and History tour I have taken anywhere in the world..
Absolutely great City was really suprised with delicious food and nice bar streets in the old town. The guide was very enthusiastic and could also speak about the former times in the USSR. Highlight was a own beer tap on the table :-
The tour was overall exceptional. The guide, Rasa, was wonderful. This tour was a very enjoyable experience and incorporated food, drinks, and history of Vilnuis and Lithuania. Local establishments were incorporated in this tour that I may not have seen on my own.
This was a fabulous tour where we visited restaurants and shops and sampled foods that are special to Vilnius, Lithuania. We also stopped at folk-art places, interesting local shops, and went walking throughout the city to hear about its history as well as the history of Lithuania in general. Our guide, Jurga, perhaps Georgina in English was friendly and very knowledgeable and open to all kinds of questions. We have been on many tours and this one gets an A plus. Take it. L. Privitera