Are you looking to explore a city with plenty of versatility in its architecture? A city that tells its story in its landscape? Well then Vilnius is the city for you! The Lithuanian capital is actually known and renowned for its architecture and the reflection of different eras that surround the city :)

Vilnius Weekend

I’ve put together this fantastic Vilnius weekend offer for you by connecting a hotel I found on Trivago and direct flights from Belfast which I found through Skyscanner, so you can do a Vilnius weekend city break at a super low cost.

This city offers plenty to see and do. Make sure you check out the baroque architecture when you visit the medieval old town, and stroll through the cobblestoned streets. You’ll notice quite a big distinction between different eras in the city when you admire the architecture and sights as they span from the neoclassical Vilnius Cathedral to the Gothic St. Anne’s Church. It’s pretty cool to see the diversity in the appearance of the landmarks :)

If you want a really breathtaking experience, get yourself up the Gediminas Tower and look over the entire city from a bird’s eye view. Seriously incredible. The city of Vilnius really is a hidden gem on the world map, and a city that you’ll get so much out of on a little city break weekend.


As part of this deal, you’ll stay in the Ecotel (4/5 on TripAdvisor) which is located right in the heart of the city, just minutes walk from the Zalgiris Stadium and the Europa Tower. You’ll have a spacious room, complimentary Wifi, dining areas, a bar and a coffee shop, so you can always kick back in the hotel if you fancy a little break from the city. You can get to the hotel within 20 mins by train, and I’ve included a link below, but if you’d rather you can get a shuttle bus for a surcharge from the hotel.

So discover the intricate beauty of Lithuania’s Vilnius on the very affordable weekend city break :) To book now, just click the link below.

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