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Cheap Flights, Holidays and City Breaks to Kaunas, Lithuania from Ireland

If you wish to explore the Baltic’s, a trip to the city of Kaunas in Lithuania is a must for any eager traveller. Call us today about our cheap fights, holidays and city breaks to Kaunas from Ireland at the lowets rates available.

The historical Coat of Arms of the city of Kaunas was established by a special presidential decree on the 30th June 1933. The Heraldic seal of Kaunas is the oldest city heraldic seal  in the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.It is believed that Kaunas was founded in 1030, but we get the first mention of Kaunas from written sources in 1361.

Most visitors to this charming Lithuanian city come for its magical sights, and you can experience all of these sights for yourself when you book a cheap holiday or city break to Kaunas with us. When you are in Kaunas, go to see Christ’s Resurrection Church, Kaunas Castle, Vytautas’ Church, Kaunas fortress and Napoleon’s Hill.

A trip to Christ’s Resurrection Church is a must. The first cornerstone for the church was brought from Jerusalem’s Mount Olive, making it the churches first symbolic milestone. Take the elevator, which allows you access to the church’s roof, which gives you a panoramic view of the city of Kaunas below. The church is located atop Kaunas’s Green Hill

Vytautas Church is a must see during your Kaunas holiday or city break from Ireland. It is a Roman Catholic Church in the Kaunas’s Old Town and it is one of the oldest churches in the city. It was built on the bank of the Neman River around 1400 for the Franciscan monks and foreign merchants. It was constructed in the gothic style and it is an example of Lithuanian Brick Gothic architecture. You will find the crypt of the Lithuanian writer Juozas Tumas-Vaizgantas who is buried in the crypt of the church.

After your tour of Vytautas Church, make your way to Kaunas Castle.. According to archaeological evidence, this gothic style castle was built in the mid 14th Century. At the beginning of the 21st Century, one-third of the castle was still standing. It is located on the banks of the Nemanas River. Today, the Round Tower of Kaunas Castle houses an art gallery.

For those of you who enjoy history, you have to visit the Kaunas Fortress. Kaunas Fortress is the remains of a fortress complex, which was constructed and renovated between 1882 and 1915 to protect the Russian Empire’s western borders. Kaunas Fortress was designated a first-class fortress in 1887. During the First World War, it was the largest defensive structure in the entire state, which occupies 65km squared. For those of you who are interested in this part of history, you will have to explore the Ninth Fort with a fine toothcomb. Ninth Fort is part of Kaunas Fortress so you won’t have to travel too far.

After the Nazi’s occupation of Lithuania, Kaunas fortress was used as a place of execution for captured Soviets, Jews as well as others. It’s a great place to see up close and in person but you are guaranteed to encounter a chilling experience in the Ninth Fort. 

After your historic tour of the Ninth Fort and Kaunas Fortress, why not keep the history theme running along nicely and visit Napoleon’s Hill. Napoleon’s Hill otherwise known as Jiesia (Pajesys), hill fort mound can be found on the left bank of the Nemanas River, between a number of railway bridges and the Panemune. It’s 63.3 metres high. It has been called Napoleon’s Hill since the 19th Century and it is understood that from this particular hill Napoleon I of France watched as his Grande Armee crossed the Nemanas River during the French invasion of Russia in June 1812.

Kaunas is a very interesting city to visit for a number of reasons so call us today about our cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Kaunas from Ireland at the lowest available rates. You will find so much intricate architecture on show and you can retrace the steps of major historical battles, skirmishes and two World Wars.

Don’t leave any stone unturned during your holiday to Kaunas. You will be glad you visited this captivating Lithuanian city.

If you’d like to visit other parts of Lithuania, we can offer cheap Vilnius flights and holidays, or you could plan a Tallinn holiday during your stay in Kaunas.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Kaunas from Dublin, Cork and Shannon, call us today.

Information & Facts


Walking Tour of Kaunas Old Town

Kaunas Botanical Garden

Military Museum of Vytautas the Great



Kaunas features a warm and humid continental climate. Despite its northern location, the climate in Kaunas is relatively mild compared to other locations in similar latitudes, mainly because of the Baltic Sea. Because of its latitude, daylight in Kaunas extends 17 hours in midsummer, to only around 7 hours in midwinter. The Kazlu Ruda Forest, west of Kaunas, creates a microclimate around the city, regulating humidity and temperature of the air, and protecting it from strong western winds.

Summers in Kaunas are warm and pleasant with average daytime high temperatures of 21–22 °C and lows of around 12 °C, but temperatures could reach 30 °C on some days. Winters are relatively cold, and sometimes snowy with average temperatures ranging from -8 to 0 °C, and rarely drop below −15 °C. Spring and autumn are generally cool to mild.

Eating Out

During your Kaunas holiday, you should at least try these national dishes, which include Piršteliai prie alaus  (thin, rolled-up puff pastries served with beer, Cepelinai (or didžkukuliai) su spirgučiais  (potato balls with meat) Plokštainis (a meal of potatoes),  Bulviniai blynai (grated potato pancakes) with different sauces, Virtinukai  (curd patties) and Šaltnosiukai (dumplings filled with lingonberries),  

Silkė can be marinated, baked, fried or served in aspic herring. Lithuanian’s love their soups. So why don’t you try Šaltibarščiai (a summer soup based on beets and soured milk), Juka (blood soup) or Cabbage soup flavoured with carrots, ham, onions. Ruginė duona (dark rye bread) is very advisable to try with soups. Lithuanian cuisine is also famous for wide use of wild berries, mushrooms, and cheese.


Getting Around

Buses serve the least popular routes, including suburban areas. Some go once in two hours, so you are advised to check the timetables if you wish to get a bus in Kaunas. Micro-buses (shared taxis) are private and they are the fastest and the most frequent mode of transportation in Kaunas.

The public transport system works from 5:30-6:00 to some 22:00-23:00. At nights there are only very limited services of special bus routes marked with letter N. The airport bus is synchronized with flight times and operates longer. There is a modern information system at the main stops where special screens show the upcoming transport and waiting times. The destination of each bus and trolleybus is written on the vehicles themselves.

Kids Attractions

Parodos Hill Amusement Park

Oak Park, Azuolynas

Kaunas Castle

Kaunas Zoo




Lithuanian Litas


The main party nights in Kaunas are Fridays and Saturdays. If clubs is what you are after you have come to the right place as this Lithuanian city has so many nightclubs that bang out the latest pop chart tunes.

Kaunas has a few pubs, bars and clubs where you will find the crowd totally relaxed. You will find that the music here is a lot more eclectic. Quite a few Kaunas bars and clubs offer soulful jazz live performances and live rock bands.

Indie, Funk, House, D’n’B (dub step) and Techno are adored by the young people here in Kaunas.

If you are into electronic music you should check-out www.djscene.lt/event/kaunas where you will be able to find most of the electronic music parties that will be taking place in Kaunas.



Visitors to Lithuania’s second city of Kaunas will experience an enjoyable dining experience. If you want to have a good time eating in Kaunas, your best option is to leave your Western expectations at home and try some of Lithuania’s scrumptious traditional delicacies.

Bernelių Užeiga, M. Valančiaus 9

(+370) 37 20 09 13; http://www.berneliuuzeiga.lt

Bernelių Užeiga is arguably Kaunas’ most famous if not beloved traditional restaurant. It is more than affordable. It is very suitable for any type of event from, a romantic dinner for two to a fun night out with a group. It is a highly recommended dining experience. It is also located at K. Donelaičio 11, Baltų 81.


Everything you will require can be discovered on the one central strip that neatly divides the old and new parts of the Kaunas between Laisvės and Vilniaus. You will be able to find so many souvenir shops and stalls, which are full of amber and linen scattered along Vilniaus, and during the summer months, a large number of outdoor traders on Laisvės sell everything from sunglasses to second-hand books. Kaunas is quickly following the capital city of Vilnius with the construction of several large indoor shopping centres, which a welcome addition during the freezing winter months. Be advised that most Western items, particularly clothes are very expensive. 


Žmuidzinavičius Museum: Is a museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting sculptures and carvings of Devils from all over the world.

Kaunas Castle

Ninth Fort

Kaunas Fortress

Town Hall

Kaunas Zoo



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Kaunas, the City of Culture and Events

The historical Coat of Arms of the city of Kaunas was established by a special presidential decree on the 30th June 1933. The Heraldic seal of Kaunas is the oldest city heraldic seal in the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. When you are in Kaunas, go to see Christ's Resurrection Church, Kaunas Castle, Vytautas' Church, Kaunas fortress and Napoleon's Hill. Kaunas is a very interesting city to visit for a number of reasons. You will find so much intricate architecture on show and you can retrace the steps of major historical battles, skirmishes and two World Wars. Don't leave any stone unturned during your holiday to Kaunas. You will be glad you visited this captivating Lithuanian city. Club Travel -- Irish travel agents specialising in holidays and city breaks to Kaunas and cheap flights. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for competitions, updates and last minute holiday deals to Kaunas.




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