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Presidential Palace

Daukanto aikste 3/8, Vilnius, Lithuania
212 67 91
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Daukanto aikste 3/8, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Presidential Palace is a lovely structure, right in the heart of old town Vilnius. You can easily visit the outdoor gardens and stroll the grounds. Very pretty.

Thank Dianne K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Presidential Courtyard gardens is open to the public.Security was very strict akin to a airport check-up, complete with a x-ray machine.I was the only person in the Presidential Courtyard garden and the feeling is indescribable. All alone on historic European grounds that traces its history...More

Thank MumbaiRiders
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

You need to time your visit well - the flag raising ceremony on a Sunday at noon is probably the best time. You can also visit the gardens round the back of the palace, and there is also a fascinating museum/ visitor centre which is...More

Thank Lawrence S
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

A lovely building steps from the Cathedral, the Palace is adjacent to some private courtyards and gardens. Set on about 1/2 hectares, there are tours, but infrequent. We missed them, sad to say. Nice to view from the outside, anyway.

Thank Film G
Reviewed 29 July 2017

On working days you will get only be a general view of the building and a glimpse towards the main courtyard from the observation point accessed through the courtyard from Universiteto street. But if you book a tour beforehand, you can enter the palace and...More

Thank acorna
Reviewed 21 July 2017

The Palace is seen only from the outside,you can also peek into the inside garden from the side. It looks pretty, no guards around in fact no one around.

Thank MILOUW
Reviewed 2 July 2017

We saw two things on a Sunday. One was the changing of the flags in front of the palace, performed by a large team of servicemen, well coordinated. Oddly it was looked upon by 5 medieval knights (who did not look comfortable). At least at...More

Thank Jincognito
Reviewed 1 July 2017

the gardens are only open at the weekend and you need to go through a security contro. the palace is russian built and demolished a part of the university to fit it in. but worth a visit for the sculptures.

Thank Vivienne W
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Grounds are open to the public on weekends & is what we did rather than a guided interior tour Found the grounds pleasant & buildings of a modest scale

1  Thank Darrel J
Reviewed 20 June 2017

I could have stayed there all day wondering through the palace as well as the beautiful gardens. The displays were very interesting and easy to see.

1  Thank Eleanor02842
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