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There’s little left of this old castle - one tower and the basement where the gaol is. A climb up the tower gives a few good shots at the main town hall. It’s a very small castle, quite picturesque (I think 2 euro to go...More
It only costs €2.50 but I don’t think it’s worth the money as there’s nothing to see really, there’s a couple of signs in English and some mannequins in old army uniforms. Better looked at from outside.
There was less to see than we had expected, but interesting nevertheless. Entrance in the tower, and the lady selling tickets could start a short film, an animation, of the history of the castle. Enlightening. We then climbed to see the view from the top,...More
Not much is left of the Bastion tower, or what remains of what used to be the city's castle. After entering it we saw the small exhibition located in the interior and then climbed to the top for a view towards the old town.
Kaunas castle is the one tower which is left out of four.
Kaunas castle was a main resistance points against the Crusaders Ordin, which kept all southern Lithuania safe. The castle was ruined several times and we have just a small piece left of it....More
Take a walk around the castle. It looks super at night when all the lights make it perfect object for any type of photo. Castle is almost at the old town where you find other atractions and restaurants with nice food. I suggest soul restaurant...More
The bottom of the castle has an old prison and some torture devices, my daughter really enjoyed the multimedia display. At the top, there's a rotating display, and she did an "archeological dig" while I was looking at the presentation.
The walking tour of the 134h century Castle and of the Old Town, once the Capital of Lithuania in the early 1900's, was very interesting. It was called the Little Paris at that time because of its rich cultural an academic life and its fine...More