Vilnius is one of the most underrated European capitals. Not only is this city rich in culture and history, but its gorgeous sites, delicious food
It's also very accessible to tourists. As Katie of KatieGoingGlobal.com pointed out from her trip to Vilnius,
"I have to say that the overall infrastructure for tourists in Vilnius really impressed me. Numerous office locations equipped with English-speaking personnel meant you never had to go far if you had a question. Each location provided a plethora of brochures and information in multiple languages, including a 100-page Visitor’s Guide and a series of specialized guides and walking routes relating to themes such asRussian Heritage in Vilnius, Jewish Heritage in Vilnius and Along the Road to Lithuanian Statehood. Signs throughout the Old Town also helped to point you in the right direction."
During her trip, she acquired a 72-hour Vilnius City Card and took advantage of the many sightseeing opportunities that it offers, like touring the entire city with an audio guide and visiting several museums.
Definitely check out her full write up, Vilnius in 72 Hours, for more information and inspiration.