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All reviews nice view cable car old town cobblestone path walk up funicular railway upper castle worth the climb steep hill nice walk small museum small fee human chain vilnius city on foot cathedral square lithuanian history
We'd just walked up and down the Hill of Three Crosses, so we cheated and took the funicular up this hill - it's only a euro, so hardly breaks the bank. Two euros return. When we visited much of the Upper Castle area was being...More
Good proximity to other attractions and easy access means it’s a worthwhile side-tour during a visit to Vilnius. A complete view over the old town and its churches is a must, but beyond that the windy spot has little to offer.
A must visit whilst in Vilnius. Well worth the walk up the hill not only for the views (you can see why the city is called "The Florence of the North") but also to go into the castle (for a small fee). Interesting exhibits including...More
The Gediminas Tower is the major remnant of the castle formerly on this site. The brick castle was completed in 1409. The folklore is that Gediminas, the Grand Duke of Lithuania, camped on this spot while hunting and had a dream of a howling iron...More
Amazing views from the top We took the €1 fernicular tram to the top which was fast and cheap. Amazing views. They are redoing the walkways up and I suspect this will be one more touristy with little shops and cafes at the top We...More
A one euro cable cart to the top if needed or a winding walk.
Great views from the top.
5 euro entrance to the tower I believe was well worth it. Several displays inside and all in English explaining the history of the tower and...More