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The history of one of the oldest and highest towers in Vilnius Old Town goes back to 13th century. In the 16th century the defensive tower was converted into the Cathedral's bell tower and acquired its present appearance in the 19th century. The...more
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Cathedral Square | Katedros a. 2, Vilnius, Lithuania
This 52 metre tower sits just outside the entrance to the Cathedral itself as a separate building. Don't expect to get in early as it doesn't ,open until 10am, but the small entrance fee is worth it. The bells are accessed via a series of...More
The entrance fee is not too expensive, and the views from the top are fantastic. If you go when the bells are ringing, you can be in the tower whilst the bells ring next to you...it is amazing (and loud). You also get a birds...More
I keep returning to this place again and again, especially at 5 PM when bells starts to ring.. it is not for everyone, since it is truly loud. But for me it is good place to meditate and watch over the city center.
Even though it might seem like a great place, it's far from great experience. The interior is really nice and beautiful, but the main thing - a view from the tower is not good. Highest floor only has windows with nets that you look through....More
For almost five Euros you can climb up several flights of, at best, precarious flights of stairs to see most of Vilnius. Not for people with a fear of heights or those with mobility issues. Nevertheless, a wonderful part of Vilnius history.
The kids under 6 are free but adults have to pay 4.5€.
At the first floor you control a cam that is located on the tower.
At second floor kids can play with some bells.
At third and above IMHO the stairs was too dangerous...More