Looking for some fresh ideas and undiscovered destinations to captivate your meeting delegates? Look no further than Vilnius.
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In one of the greenest capital cities in Europe, where more than 40% of its territory is a green space, find yourself in the centre of the stunning Old Town – a UNESCO World Heritage site. Vilnius is a unique blend of old and new and its wide range of activities will positively inspire you. We suggest taking full advantage of it and enjoy the great opportunities Vilnius has to offer:
Air Ballooning Over the Capital – Vilnius offers a truly memorable experience gliding over its charming Old Town in a hot air balloon, something most cities simply don’t allow. Lithuania is the world leader in the number of hot air balloons per person. Vilnius is the only European capital where flights with air balloons over the city centre are allowed. It would be a pity to miss this unique chance. Enjoy the wonders of quietly floating a kilometre above the ground and looking down in wonder at its architectural glory and drifting out over the breathtaking countryside.
Canoeing River Neris & Canoe Polo – Discover the ten bridges of Vilnius canoeing the Neris River at daytime. By night, be captivated by Canoe Polo, an entertaining activity for up to six people combining the best elements of water polo, handball and basketball.
Medieval Feast in Trakai Castle – This inspiring gateway is just 30 km (18.6 mi) from Vilnius. The city is wrapped in legends with charming painted wooden houses and a romantic island castle dating back to the 15th century. The medieval dinner in the Trakai Castle is one of the most spectacular moments you can have in Lithuania, when a popular museum is closed and opened just for you for your private event. While eating, enjoy the show of medieval musicians and dancers, and in between the meals, you can learn medieval dancing, try ancient games or watch the show of medieval knight fights. At the end of the evening, enjoy an amazing fire show.
Cepelinai Cooking Classes – The potato is almost like second bread in Lithuania and Cepelinai will probably be the first dish you try here. These fresh-grated potato dumplings got their name from Germany for their resemblance to zeppelin airship balloons. They are typically stuffed with meat, mushrooms or dried curd. It will be a wonderful team-building event during which you will learn a lot about Lithuanian cuisine and traditions.
Beer Route – In this small Baltic country, small-scale brewers have been making gyvas alus (live ale) for more than 1,000 years and currently there are 70-80 local beer breweries that produce light and dark, soft and strong beers. Take the beer route. You will have a chance to see around the brewery, witness the production of the best beer in the world, and of course, taste it! Lithuania is known as a beer-loving country. Currently Lithuania has 84 large and small breweries.
A Hike Through the Wetlands – We can guarantee an unforgettable experience and a lot of mud in your pants. If you yearn for adrenaline-boosting activities, try Swamp Hiking for a trek through a natural swamp with a variety of paths and small islands that are often compared to the Amazon Rainforest.
High or Low Ropes – Unleash your adrenaline on the High Ropes, an amazing team-based adventure 15 m (49.2 ft) above ground. Slightly closer to earth, Low Ropes is the ultimate obstacle course promoting risk-taking, leadership, communication and problem-solving skills
Go Carting on Professional Race Track – Gain speed up to 70 km per hour (43.5 mi) on the top-class professional go carting track in Vilnius, where the Baltic States’ carting competitions used to be organised.
Tank Driving – It’s a truly special and unique opportunity to learn new driving skills and feel lots of adrenalin just a few kilometres outside of Vilnius.
Discover Vilnius Old Town on a Segway – Enjoy this fun and fast way to discover the Old Town. The Segway makes you feel that you are gliding on air with a clear view of everything ahead, but at the same time you are in perfect sync with the crowd.
Back in the USSR – Experience a bunker 5 m (16.4 ft) below the ground and dive into the life of a Soviet citizen, full of tension and social peculiarities.