1. How do I find the meeting point of the walking tours? How do I recognize the guide?
The meeting point of all our walks starts at the cathedral square, next to the monument of Gediminas. This statue is located in the middle of the square, in front of the Palaces of Grand Dukes of Lithuania.
You will find our guide waiting for you, holding the sign with our logo on it. It is recommended to be 5 minutes before the walk begins.
2. How do the free tours work?
The tours are offered on a “pay what you think it’s worth” model. It means that voluntary tips are welcome, as a way to thank and support the tour – so, that’s why our guides will be motivated to do their best, to make you enjoy the tour, and explore the city in an informative, original, fun and picturesque way.
The only source of income the guides have is the tips. 100% of our funding comes from your contribution. A suggested donation is from 5 €/pp, but nothing is compulsory, everything is welcome.
3. Do I need to register for a tour in advance?
No, you do not need to book a tour in advance, the only thing you need to do, is to show up at the meeting point on time.
Note. These tours are dedicated to individuals or travelers with a small group of friends. If you are traveling with the group of more when 10 people, contact us in advance for a private tour.
4. Are the pets welcome?
Absolutely, we love pets, as long as they are not aggressive and noisy [smarticon name=”fa fa-paw”].
5. Do you organize the free tours in any other language when English?
No, the regular Vilnius free walking tours are held in English only. We can arrange you the private tour in Russian, Polish, German, Greek, Spanish languages. For the prices and availability contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Who are your tour guides?
All of the guides are professional, very good English speaking, enthusiastic licensed guides that seek to guarantee you the best quality tour. The guiding is our passion!
7. What if it rains or snows?
Lithuanian weather is unpredictable. Yes, it rains or snows a lot, but we run the tours in all kinds of weather. During the late Autumn and Winter season, make sure that you will dress properly for maximum comfort during the free tours. If the weather is really bad, the guide will organize short coffee stops for warming up to make you forget about the bad weather.
If you still did not find an answer, feel free to contact us for any other questions.