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Small-Group Food and History Walking Tour of Vilnius

  • 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
Small-Group Food and History Walking Tour of Vilnius
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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.
What to Expect
The Old Town of Vilnius, a UNESCO-protected site, is crammed with cobblestone streets and Gothic and Baroque churches, plus imposing palaces and even a castle. Meet your guide in Old Town and start strolling the narrow, winding streets, learning about the history and culture of Vilnius, as well as how the Soviet era created scars that are still visible in the streets of the city.
Vilnius’ Old Town is one of the largest preserved medieval quarters in all of Europe. Learn from your guide how so much of the town remains preserved. And while you’re at it, try some of the very edible fruits of Lithuania’s culinary culture: cured meats and fish, cheese, and bread. The tour includes stops at five cafés, shops or bars.

Lithuanian cuisine, influenced by the food of Poland and Germany, is rib-stickingly hearty. Indulge in bigos, a long-simmering hunters stew bobbing with sausages and seasonal veggies. Or sample the cold, bright-pink borscht soup. Wash it down with a locally produced beer or wine or even mead, honey wine. Try gira, Lithuanian kvass, which is made from black bread. Sip some acorn coffee, a caffeine-free drink that has been popular in Lithuania since the Middle Ages.

The tour concludes in Old Town, leaving you free to continue to explore this part of town. Go ahead and walk off the feast you’ve just devoured.
Reviews (31)
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Fantastic beer but didn't lie the pigs ear :)

Fantastic tour !!! Vilija is amazing, great knowledge and a wonderful person. We were fortunate and ending up having a private tour as there was only the 2 of us booked. We sampled local foods, wines, beers and shots (which are dangerous). We also learn't...More

Thank Paul G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Heartwarming Vilija

I consider eating and drinking to be one of the best ways of experiencing a different culture. Add to that a local guide who knows their stuff and the experience will be perfect. And this is what we had on our tour! Out guide, Vilija...More

Thank pavel2129
LT_VOYAGER, Guest Relations Manager at Vilnius Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Dear pavel2129, Thank you for your kind feedback and high evaluation. All our guides treat our guests like a good friends and share the best of Vilnius and ourselves. We wish you a very Merry Christmas, best travels in future and look forward to see...More

Reviewed 23 October 2018
Local specialities with exclusive stories equal a great great evening in Vilnius!

I re-discovered Vilnius and its gastronomic potential with this tour and am extremely happy to choose Vilnius Urban adventures tour for Friday afternoon. Interesting hidden stories about places you've been regularly visiting and new places you didn't know exist were revealed during the tour. Food...More

Thank rosigur
LT_VOYAGER, Guest Relations Manager at Vilnius Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 23 October 2018

Dear Rosigur (we love the band too), Thank you for your kind feedback - next time you will come to our tour we will hug you :) Vilija and all our guides always have some delicious surprises and go out of the way to make...More

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Flavours of Vilnius, great tour!

I booked the Flavours of Vilnius for me and my 17 colleagues. Our guide, Ieva, picked us up at the hotel and took us around to different places for tasting of local food and drinks. It was a great experience with nice food and drinks...More

Thank Stina J
LT_VOYAGER, Guest Relations Manager at Vilnius Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 3 October 2018

Dear Stina, Tusen takk you for your kind feedback and high evaluation. We are so happy to read you have liked our adventure – you already know that Ieva has enjoyed your company too. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to find out more about...More

Reviewed 5 September 2018
Two great tours in one day!

Because of scheduling issues, we ended up taking two tours on Assumption Day (August 15th, a national holiday) with Vilnius Urban Adventures. What a great day! In the morning, we took the walking tour with Anna. She enthusiastically shared the history of the city while...More

Thank Mari R
LT_VOYAGER, Guest Relations Manager at Vilnius Urban Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 5 September 2018

Dear Mari, Thank you for your kind feedback - we loved to have you and your daughter on our tours. All our other handpicked guides always go out of the way to make our tours an exceptional and memorable ones. Follow us on Facebook and...More

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