The Russian Orthodox Church of the Nativity in Bukiškis stands firmly on the top of a hill. Its 5 domes symbolise Jesus Christ and four of his Apostles; they invite you to learn more about the Christian branch of the “correctness in belief“.
In Maišiagala one can learn much about the history of the Lithuanian state and of the Catholic church. People lived here back in the Ist century A.D. Today, visitors are welcomed by Juzef Obrembski museum and one of the very first churches in Lithuania.
Maišiagala offers guests a rich history and invites everyone to have a closer look at the hill fort that was once part of a circle of castles built to protect Vilnius. Visitors will also be reminded of the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Algirdas.
Bradeliškės Hill Fort is the biggest hill fort in the Neris River Regional Park. It has been extensively researched by archaeologists and very well adapted for tourists. It is located in the impressive Dūkšta Brook valley and with the help of modern technologies you can travel back to the times of our...