Baroque masterpiece with one of the fastest internet in the world
According to Forbes in 2015, Vilnius is a must-see “baroque masterpiece and one of the largest old towns in Central and Eastern Europe”. MADE IN JAPAN would advice to hurry up.
The geographic center of Europe and the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius has a proud history, a sound economy and a vibrant cultural life. Ideas born here spread instantly: Vilnius has one of the fastest internet speeds in the world and ranks third in Wi-Fi accessibility in public spaces.
The Old Town of Vilnius is a UNESCO world heritage site. Almost half of Vilnius is covered in open green spaces, it is a green city with an area that is four times larger than Paris and is twice the size of Milan.
Take a deep breath – the city boasts some of the cleanest air. And the purest drinking water in Europe too.
Capital’s night life options run the breadth of all things imaginable for any taste and budget, from quiet cafes to underground places, or romantic hideaways. It is filled with unique bars, restaurants and boutiques by local designers.
Vilnius and Lithuania have been ranked number 3 in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2015. CNN’s report: Small but Lively Lithuania has Taken the Plunge and Adopted the Euro noted that, “Now the country is a vibrant mix of east and west Europe”. The New York Times included Vilnius in its list of Top Ten “Hip Cities that Think about How They Work…The city attracts young professionals who see in Vilnius a rising star in business and appreciate all that the extensive cultural scene in the little capital has to offer.” Prestigious journal MONOCLE included Vilnius in it’s latest September issue: “Self-confident, creative and well-educated, the city typifies how a small nation can realise big ambitions”.