Jewish heritage in Lithuania
First inhabitants settled down in the area of modern Kaunas 8000 years ago and by 15th century the city was already growing on the confluence of Nemunas and Neris rivers.
Lithuanian capital Vilnius dates back to the beginning of the 14th century, times of growth and prosperity of the Great Lithuanian Dutchy.
The tour will show you the very best places in Lithuania, wandering slightly off the beaten track! Your first stop will be Kedainiai – a town in the very geographical center of Lithuania known for its history and multicultural community – with Jewish being the most notable.