We would like to begin with a KGB museum, that is located in a former KGB prison and it is a sight and experience by itself. This will give us a general feeling on the level of terror and vibe in the air. Next we will go for a river walk along Neris and both banks of it that Soviets were to credit for it’s urbanization. We will see the contrast between the old and new and hear stories on a few very important topics such as: - Why was humour so important for Soviets and what was it like? - Were private conversations really private while staying at a hotel? - What does "singing revolution" mean for the Baltic states? - Where does Lithuanian obsession with basketball come from and the story of the other "Dream Team". During the tour you will stop in the oldest Vilnius cinema to have a traditional soviet style coffee/tea break while tasting various sweet snacks and learn how come kitchen became the center of every day life.
I have been travelling since childhood. After university, I travelled in South America for a year when I ﬁnally realised how beautiful my homeland is: it is green, the air is fresh and the water is still. It is not crowded and overrated. And still, Baltic States is a bit oﬀ the beaten track with welcoming and open-minded people. I love this a lot. I was working as a marketer for 10 years. Now I work as a tour guide and co-owner of this travel company. We stand for creative tourism and experiences and we invite you to travel with us in the Baltics.
Coffee/tea and a snack
Entrance to the KGB museum Guided tour in the KGB museum
Let us show You what Soviets introduced to Vilnius in their reign. From changing main cathedral to building some hotels and sport halls, and KGB museum to put the final touch in showing how it was to live in Vilnius under red people.
Soviet Stories and Sweet Local Bites