is a very popular snack that goes along with beer in Vilnius. From the bit of research done prior to the trip, Vilnius didn’t seem like the most exiting of the three Baltic capital. It was good therefore we went and had a look ourselves.

 Once again, the advices from ‘like a local‘ came in very handy. Especially the free walking tour proved to be excellent, leaving the classic tourist spots aside and focusing on hidden paths instead. Combined with a lot of history and a very curious group of fellow visitors the tour took almost three hours ; topped by another two in a pub enjoying the said beer, bread and cheese.

Vilnius seemed to us more heterogeneous than Riga and Tallinn but not less pretty or interesting. That the city also appears to have as many churches as pubs certainly speaks in favour of its diversity.


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