Vilnius Television Tower is the highest building in the country - it is 326.5 m. Except it transmits radio and TV signals and data for provision of the Internet and other services, also, the TV Tower is a place for leisure and entertainment, in addition, it witnessed Lithuania’s struggle for freedom.
- At a height of 170m there is a hall with 35 seats – that’s the highest meeting place in the country.
- Another hall can hold about 50 persons. It has a stage, platform, 3 screens, internet and sound system.
- The upper level of the Vilnius TV Tower contains the 80-person restaurant Paukščių takas (the Milky Way), which is an observation deck with a rotating floor. It is the only observation desk in Lithuania installed at such high level (165 m).
The city’s most important venue for cultural and political celebratory events was established by the Vilnius City Municipal Government for carrying out its representational functions. Located in the Old Town’s central square, the building has witnessed thousands of festive public meetings both inside the Main Hall and outside. This is where the Mayor of Vilnius holds his receptions and where both cultural performances and business meetings take place. A former theatre building, it features a distinctive interior of splendid halls.
The Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet Theatre (LNOB), situated in the heart of Vilnius City centre, was built in 1974 to become the modern headquarters for the oldest and biggest institution fostering the arts of opera and ballet in Lithuania. With the 1000-seat main hall and 250-seat Chamber Hall on offer, as well as first class catering services and large adjacent parking areas, it is the ideal place to organize a conference or a meeting that can be combined with current LNOB performance.
The Palace of the Grand Duchy of Lithuaniat demolished in the beginning of the 19th century. Four cognitive tracks are suggested, each representing art values which will remind of the prosperity times of the Palace. Conferences, meetings, sessions, other official and cultural events could be held in gothic, the Renaissance and Early Baroque halls.
Situated in the best location, right in the heart of Vilnius in the Cathedral square, the Palace of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania was a political, diplomatic and cultural centre of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 15-17th centuries. Today it is the best place to get a broad overview of the country's history and to realise the event in the unique setting creating real moments to remember.
Recently rebuild and transformed to the museum the Royal Palace offers fantastic facilities for various meetings, gala dinners, receptions. Exclusive Gothic, Renaissance and the early Baroque halls will suit the highest standards and requirements. The capacity of the biggest hall is 600 delegates and a cosy courtyard can accommodate up to 2000 guests.