Social Events

Registration and Welcome Reception
Tuesday, 8 May 2018 from 17:00 at The Old City Hall
Address: Didžioji g. 31, 01128 Vilnius

Gala Dinner
Thursday, 10 May 2018 from 19:00-22:00 at Belmontas
Transportation will be arranged.

 

Excursions

The following two excursions will be proposed on Friday afternoon, 11 May 2018. Please pre-book your preferred tour by completing this order form and sending it by email to:

Tour to Trakai
With transport, English speaking guide and Castle tickets
Tour duration 4 hrs

Tour start/finish—Hotel
2018-05-11 15:30 hrs
Price: 45 Eur (minimum 7 persons)
Price: 36 Eur (from 20 persons)

Trakai - the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania - is a small town located about 28 km from Vilnius. Situated in a picturesque lakeside area it is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the country. The historical part of the town conserved the ruins of Peninsula Castle, the authentic heritage of small ethnic group Karaites and of course the top must see site – the famous insular Castle on the lake, the original gothic style architectural monument from the end of the XIV century, a historical Museum of Trakai nowadays. Our tour includes a visit to Trakai Castle. After the visit in the castle you will have some time to enjoy the beauty of the nature during the boat trip, buy interesting souvenirs and have a short break before going back to Vilnius.

Tour to Kernave
With transport, English speaking guide and museum ticket
Tour duration—4 hrs

Tour start/finish—Hotel
2018-05-11 15:30
Price: 40 Eur (minimum 7 persons)
Price: 33 Eur (from 20 persons)

In the 13th century Kernavė was probably the first Lithuanian state capital. At that time it was a wooden town of feudal artisans and merchants and one of the major economic centers of the country. Five fortified mounds served to protect the Duke’s castle and the town. There are more than one thousand of these ancient mounds in Lithuania, but this is the only place where you will find so many of them together.
The tour will continue in the medieval capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania – Kernavė, which is an archaeological site included into UNESCO World Heritage list in 2004. Kernavė Archaeological Site, situated in the valley of the river Neris in eastern Lithuania, provides evidence of human settlements spanning some 10 millennia. Covering an area of 194.4 ha, it contains archaeological evidence of ancient land use from the late Palaeolithic Period to the Middle Ages. It comprises a complex ensemble of archaeological elements, including the town of Kernavė, a unique complex of impressive hillforts, unfortified settlements, burial sites and other archaeological, historical and cultural monuments. The tour will include visiting the Archaeological and Historical Museum housing over 20,000 artefacts, 5 impressive hillforts in Pajauta Valley, open-air museum presentation.