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Budget hotels in Vilnius
We also offer budget-conscious hostels such as 5 Euro Hostel Vilnius with a room rate from 19US$. For budget stays, travelers can choose Bernardinu B&B House, which is 1000 meters from the city center. Amicus Hotel is an affordable choice that is a 20-minute walk to Gates of Dawn . Ausros Vartu Apartment and Pylimo Sveciu Namai offer affordable rates in the heart of Naujamiestis district.
Proximity to public transport
Forrest Apartments is a cozy apartment that puts you within walking distance of Vilnius airport and features hiking, a free carpark and free private parking. If you'd like a hotel close to Vilnius Bus train station, try Hotel Domus Maria, which is 700 metres away.
Convenience of staying in the city center
The city center boasts 24 hotels, such as Alzana and Congress Avenue. Vilnius Center Apartment - Elizabeth and Apartments Latako Street are good apartments that will place you within a 5-minute walk of the city center. Staying in Slippers B&B House and Center Stay Hostel will put you in Vilnius Old Town district known for its attractions.
Close to Cathedral, Artis Centrum Hotels is also a 10-minute walk away from the city center. Check out In Astra to visit Orthodox Church of St. Michael and St. Constantine, set 10 minutes' walk away and Pabo Latino, which is about 150 meters from the hotel.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Best Western Vilnius is a chic hotel that is situated just off Lithuanian National Drama Theater and is a 10-minute walk from the city center. At the top end of the scale, you have Best Eastern Centro Kubas, an intimate boutique hotel set close to House of M. K. Ciurlionis . The 3-star Green Park Hotel Vilnius is an excellent chain hotel featuring an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a Jacuzzi.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Sofijos Apartamentai Old Town, located near Smart Rooms, is a cozy bed-and-breakfast hotel offering complimentary parking and a free private carpark. Loft 66 Panoramic View is located a 25-minute walk from Vilnius Old Town and offers a family-friendly holiday apartment with complimentary parking and complimentary private parking. For a relaxing vacation, book a resort hotel near Kenessa, such as Europa City Vilnius or Embassy Hotel Balatonas.
Vilnius is an eccentric city.
Its strange sense of reality makes it impossible to capture all at once. During the first days of your stay the city may seem intoxicated with the pain of its post-Soviet past, while the next morning it will greet you with the charm of chic bohemian destination.
Your impression of Vilnius also depends on the comforts of your stay in the city. From cheap hotels in Vilnius to luxury offers, all are available at Booked.net. You can check them out with maps, photos and secure forms exclusive to Booked.net.
Only in Vilnius the KGB's torture cells share a space with funny monument to psychedelic musician Frank Zappa, while the Old Town encompasses the world's largest baroque area according to UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
- Gediminas Castle, a red-brick tower restored by Dukes of Lithuania
- Vilnius Cathedral, built in 1251, but redesigned into Gothic style in 1387
- St Peter's and Paul's Church, a beautiful church, but especially interesting inside
- European Park offers an open-air tour of the unique sculptures from more than 70 countries worldwide
- St. Ann's Church is the best example of Gothic architecture in Vilnius and in Lithuania
Vilnius was founded in the 1320s on the top of the Gediminas Hill to protect the upcoming city from Teutonic attacks. But Tatar attacks made locals fortify the city with defensive wall and this helped Vilnius to rise to become Eastern Europe's largest city. Soon industrialization arrived with railways that drew a huge Jewish population to the city. Under the Soviet rule Vilnius became a land of repressions against Jews, as well as the regional powerhouse for independence from the Soviet presence in the city.
This Soviet regency made Vilnius the least explored of all Baltic capitals. As soon as Vilnius joined the European Union everything shifted to better life in the city. It was ranked as the European Capital of Culture in 2009 and that introduced the city into the public’s eye.
Today Vilnius is open to visitors. The city is regularly boosted by tourists, so you should take the hassle out by booking your hotel in advance. Booked.net can take care of your stay in Vilnius with just a few clicks.