is the capital city of Lithuania. It has been the country capital since the very beginning. The rich cultural past of the city is its pride. This fact has been recognized by UNESCO and the city has been declared as one of the World Heritage Sites.
This coveted title has been bestowed on the city because of the way it has beautifully preserved a series of Renaissance, Gothic, classical and Baroque structures. Apart from these, the city is perfectly set within a picturesque natural surrounding. It has been under the limelight for about five centuries as the cultural hub of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. From a commercial point of view, Lithuania has come a long way since its independence. Vilnius as its capital has significantly contributed to this growth. Owing to its location, Vilnius is at a favorable position for conducting trade and commerce with other Baltic countries. The people of Vilnius are warm, hospitable and generous. It has not yet been saturated from the tourism aspect. But is holds great potential to become a top tourist destination. There are numerous churches dotting the city's landscape. They are representative of the archaic past. A number of festivals are also organized at Vilnius in Lithuania which attracts numerous tourists who throng the place from various parts of the country and the world.