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Vilnius In Your Pocket

Vilnius In Your Pocket

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The only guide to Vilnius, capital of Lithuania, you will ever need.
The only guide to Vilnius, capital of Lithuania, you will ever need.

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Published by: In Your Pocket City Guides on Mar 26, 2010
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N°101 - 6Lt
Hotels Restaurants Cafés Nightlife Sightseeing Events Maps
Summer bars
What the Big Bang wasinvented for 
 All Saints’ Day 
Get thee to the cemetery 
“In Your Pocket: 
A cheeky, well-written series of guidebooks.”
The New York Times
 August - November 2010
August - November 2010
Alcohol, electricity, visas and more
A mind-boggling millennium
Culture & Events 
Just the ticket!
Where to stay 
Five-star luxury, hostels, camping, the lot 
Dining & Nightlife
Where to eat 22
Global nosh for all palates
Cafés 32
Where to find the best espresso
Nightlife 36
Beer, clubs and a little bit of nakedness
The city’s sights, large and small
Jewish Vilnius
The essential guide to the city’s lost culture
Getting around
When legs simply aren’t enough
Mail & Phones
Late-opening post offices and internet cafés
Shopping 64Lifestyle 70Health 73Business 76
Maps & Index
Country map 77Street register 78City centre map 79City map 80Index 82
Make the most of the short Lithuanian summer by spending as much time outside as you can, preferably witha bottle of beer in your hand. Arguably the best place to dothis in Vilnius is at one of the city’s splendid summer bars.Read more on p.38.If you’re reading this in October and you’re wondering why the supermarkets are full of candles, the short answer toyour bewilderment is that it’s almost All Saints’ Day. Flip top.56 to find out more.
In Your Pocketvilnius.inyourpocket.com
Alex Webber 
Saulina Kochanskaitė
Layout & Design
Vaida Gudynaitė
Andrew Quested
Sales & CirculationPublisher
Vilnius In Your Pocket 
General Manager
Rūta Klimavičiūtė
CO Finansai
Sales Manager
Rūta Klimavičiūtė
This guidebook and all of our other Lithuanian guides are available for sale from kiosks, tourist information centres,the
Vilnius In Your Pocket
office and other outlets throughout Vilnius and Lithuania aswell as online at www.inyourpocket.com.Complimentary copies of 
Vilnius In Your Pocket
are also available in many hotels.
Copyright notice
Text and photos copyright UAB VIYP 1992-2010; some photos, LATGA-A;maps, cartographer. All rights reserved.No part of this publication may bereproduced in any form, except brief extracts for the purpose of review,without written permission from thepublisher and copyright owner. The brandname In Your Pocket is used under license
 from UAB In Your Pocket (Vokiečių 10-15,
Vilnius, Lithuania tel. (+370) 5 212 29 76).
Editor’s note
The editorial content of In Your Pocket guides is independent from paid-for advertising. Sponsored listings areclearly marked as such. We welcome allreaders’ comments and suggestions.We have made every effort to ensurethe accuracy of the information at thetime of going to press and assume noresponsibility for changes and errors.
Vilnius In Your Pocket
Vokiečių 10-15
Vilnius, Lithuania, LT-01130mob. (+370) 610 468 64tel. (+370) 5 212 29 76 fax (+370) 5 212 29 82vilnius@inyourpocket.comwww.inyourpocket.comISSN 1392-0057 ©UAB “VIYP”Printed by UAB “Lietuvos ryto”
Published three times per year.
Greetings from sunny Vilnius, where at the time of going to press the city is caught in the grip of an extendedspell of stupidly hot weather. Under the circumstancesit seems fitting to announce another rare event, namely a temporary streamlining of operations here at 
Vilnius In Your Pocket
HQ. For the first decade or so of its life,
Vilnius In Your Pocket
was published five times a year before being cranked up to six issues as the economy went into overdrive. Eagle-eyed economists will havenoticed that the Lithuanian economy has sufferedimmense damage over the last couple of years, a fact that led to the decision to reduce the frequency of the guide. The copy of 
Vilnius In Your Pocket
you’renow holding in your hands will be out and about untilDecember, although rest assured the quality remainsthe same. Thus you’ll find in the same issue a featureon summer bars (see p.38) alongside some backgroundinformation on the annual trip to the cemetery made inthis part of the world on All Saints’ Day (see p.56), anevent that requires the donning of scarves, gloves andwoolly hats as winter fast approaches. Despite countlessrecent attempts by the locals to completely destroy it,the economy is finally on the up, albeit very slowly. Helpdo your bit by visiting one of the oddest yet beguiling cities in Europe and spending all your money. Comments,suggestions, high praise and death threats as usual tovilnius@inyourpocket.com if you’d be so kind.Revealing two Vilnius treats in onephotograph, in the background onthe wall are the works of art known
collectively as Literatų Gatvė (see
p.53), the very name of the street on which they’re found. The chairsand tables in the foreground makeup a dazzling innovation courtesy 
of the nice people at Senamiesčio Krautuvė. Read
more about them on p.67.
Cover story
In Your Pocket
is once again breaking new ground.Fresh from bringing you the most up-to-date city guides around, we have recently gone Dutch witha move into the
. The first issue of 
In Your Pocket
is now out,providing visitors to the city also known as
with all the usual essential information anIn Your Pocket guide provides. We also have a pilot issue of 
Vienna In Your Pocket
out on the streetsof the Austrian capital: you can download a free PDF copy of both of these new guides at our website,
. To keep up with all
In Your Pocket
news and events,
In Your Pocket
(facebook.com/inyourpocket) or 
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Bring back the best
shopping memories!
The biggest selection of shops,
over 14 restaurants
and the most of entertainment:
a movie theatre, an ice rink, a bowling alley and a children playground.Everyday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Tax free service at most of the shops.

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