Experience the ultimate adventure with Vilnius: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour to Trakai, the most sought-after tour among travelers. Its immense popularity has resulted in tickets being sold out in no time. To ensure your spot on this incredible journey, it’s highly recommended to book in advance. Vilnius: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour to Trakai is Most Recomended Things to do in Vilnius, Lithuania
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Enjoy an amazing half-day tour of Trakai, traveling by air-conditioned minibus from the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius, with an English-speaking guide.
Located just 17 miles (28 kilometers) from Vilnius, the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania is situated in a picturesque lakeside area, making it one of the most popular tourist attractions of the country.
Upon arrival, explore the historic town and well preserved ruins of the Peninsula Castle, set on its own island in Lake Galv?. Constructed in the 14th century, the castle was once of extreme strategic importance, falling into disrepair in the 17th century. Reconstructed according to its 15th century plan after World War 2, it’s now a major landmark of Lithuania.
Learn about the small ethnic Karaites group who settled in Trakai, along with Tartars, Russians, Jews, and Poles, and get panoramic views of Lake Galv?, the deepest of the region’s 200 lakes.Free cancellationDuration 4 hoursLive tour guideSee all details, See all details
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Vilnius: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour to Trakai Highlights
Discover the beautiful lakeside town of Trakai
Explore the peninsula Trakai Castle, set on its own island in Lake Galv?
Learn about the Karaites ethnic group that settled in Trakai
Vilnius: Half-Day Sightseeing Tour to Trakai Reviews
Heavily restored castle – most of it is new. But very picturesque. The location is lovely on the lake. Those are the main reasons to go. Our tour guide was lovely, she gave us lots of facts, information and data – more than we could possibly digest. She was very helpful. The exhibits were mildly interesting and a mix of the real thing and reproduction. But overall the inside of the castle was less interesting than the view and the surrounding countryside