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Lithuania’s second largest city and one of its most vibrant, Kaunas boasts a diverse blend of culture, endless pleasures and oodles of sights to see. A spectacular portfolio of architectural marvels reflects its ripe old age and rich heritage, whilst the city’s mass of museums display everything from quirky curations to world-class collections. Linden-tree lined thoroughfares pave the way for big name shopping, international cuisine and a buzzing arts scene, whilst green and leafy parks provide some post-sightseeing respite.

Things to see

Dating back to the 16th century, Kaunas Town Hall is the community centrepiece of the city’s Old Town. Aptly nicknamed “The White Swan”, the poised ivory structure features decadent elements of Gothic, Baroque and Classicism design. More stout than elegant, Kaunas Castle is another historical must-see. Perched on the banks of the Nemunas River, the orange stone-built structure is believed to have been built during the 14th century, and now houses an art gallery. Offbeat and eccentric, the Devil’s Museum displays nothing but devil themed carvings and sculptures – with 1,000s of pieces to its name. Covering almost every continent and culture, the one of kind collection includes both works of art and more functional devilish items. Occupying a green and serene peninsula, Pazaislis Monastery was originally crafted during the 17th century. An immaculate example of Italian Baroque architecture, the large complex’s opulent interiors feature polished marble and intricate frescos.

Hotels in Kaunas

The hotels in Kaunas cater to every type of stay, whether you want independence in a rental apartment, traditional charm in locally owned guesthouse, or sleek style and modern amenities in a chain hotel. If you favour the latter, many of the city’s larger properties feature everything from pools, spas and saunas, to fitness facilities, business centres and onsite restaurants. Those with less to spend will find plenty of cheap hotels in Kaunas, ranging from budget brand name favourites to B&Bs. They generally offer less in the way of amenities, but usually provide in-room mod-cons such as cable television and internet access.

Where to stay

A hotel in Kaunas’ city centre puts you in a good position for sightseeing. Also known as Centras, the city centre is divided into 2 portions: Old Town and New Town. Rich in Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture and further beautified with leafy parks, Old Town is where you’ll find many historical sites, including Kaunas Town Hall, Kaunas Castle and Kaunas Cathedral Basilica, as well as a handful of museums. New Town sets the scene for much of Kaunas’ modern commercial activity. Along with shopping centres, restaurants and many hotels, it’s home to the Zalgiris Stadium and attractions including the Vytautas the Great War Museum and the Tadas Ivanauskas Zoological Museum.

How to get to Kaunas

Kaunas International Airport is the region’s primary gateway, situated a convenient 14 kilometre drive from the heart of the city. It serves a handful of European destinations year round, including London, Bristol, Dublin, Cagliari, Frankfurt and Paphos, with a greater selection of flights during the summer season. Once you’ve landed local bus services can take you directly from the airport to the city centre, whilst some hotels offer complimentary airport shuttles. It’s also possible to get into Kaunas by train. There are regular services from Lithuania’s capital to Kaunas Railway Station, which is situated towards the eastern edge of the city centre.