In 1991 Lithuania gained full independence from the USSR. A bursting Vilnius school trip itinerary allows students to explore the ingenious resistance and open rebellion of the Lithuanian people including its Singing Revolution and 600km Baltic Peace Chain.


  • 4 days
  • +2 hrs (UTC)
  • Lithuania
  • Approx. 3 hrs

Tour Highlights
  • Vilnius Old Town - A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Gediminas' Castle Tower
  • Grūtas Park
  • Museum of Occupations and Freedom Fights
  • Lukiškės Prison
  • Vilna Gaon Museum of Jewish History

FCDO Travel Advice

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Sample itinerary

This sample itinerary is offered as a guideline. The trip focus, length and itinerary/activities can be tailored to meet your learning objectives.

What’s included

Tour support

Full TCBC support from the moment you book until you return home

Total tour customisation

Full itinerary flexibility to ensure the perfect tour for your students

Return flights

We'll source the best available flights based on your school's location

Emergency contact details

You'll have all our necessary contact details to hand should the need arise

Fantastic local guides

Knowledgeable TCBC guide ready to bring your walking tours to life

Full sightseeing programme

Detailed itinerary, with all entrance fees included, no hidden costs



We regularly use the same properties in Vilnius who are used to working with our school groups and meet our high standards.


Reasons to travel with us

We honestly believe we are the best in what we do. We'd love the opportunity to show you.

An incredible trip. I would strongly recommend without hesitation that any student of Russian history take the opportunity to visit this fabulous country.

Adele Vevers, History Teacher
Greenhead College