The station district is one of the strangest places in Vilnius, where the cultures of Lithuanian, Russians, Belarusians, Jews, Poles and other nations intertwine. The district is distinguished both by the secession architecture of the Russian Empire of the beginning of the 20th century and by Soviet features. During the tour, you will learn from the local guide how the district balances between art and crime, various strange stories about the relationship between the residents. You will visit the streets and underground as well.
Language: English, German, Polish, Russian, Lithuanian.
Duration: about 2 hours.
Meeting Place: Next to the “Egg”, Raugyklos str. 1, Vilnius.
Number of participats: from 2 to 30 persons.
For guests over 16 years old.
Price: 10 euro for an adult, 7 euro for a pensioner or children.
Prices for groups from 10 people.
Brief information about the guide: Kristupas is a historian who has been working as a guide since 2013. In 2015, he received the Vilnius City Municipality Award „The Most Hospitable Guide of Vilnius City“.
Other author’s excursions of the guide: „Church of the Apostles St. Peter and St. Paul“.