This educational route is quite special in its sacral and architectural themes. Meet the Bernardine, Dominican, Camaldolese monasteries and their magnificent architecture.
This is a minimum two-day itinerary. It is recommended to travel by car along the route. Before planning your trip, please note that the estimated times on the route are indicative and have been calculated for the distance for travelling from one object to another – the end time of the entire trip will depend on you and the time spent on each object individually.
The Earl of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Count Jonas Karol Chodkevičius, with his wife Sofia, sought to distract the population from paganism and protect it from the spread of Prussian Protestantism.
Telšiai Bernardine Monastery and Priests' Seminary Building Complex – a spiritual monument of special value
Bernardine Monastery Ensemble - in a unique location in Kaunas
Pažaislis Monastery – a masterpiece of late Baroque architecture in Europe
The buildings of the Lukiškės Dominican Monastery and the Church of Apostles St. James and St. Philip occupy an area of the present centre of Vilnius, bordered by Lukiškės Square, Vasario 16-osios, Goštautų and Vaižganto streets.
Bernardine Monastery Ensemble in Vilnius – distinguished by its greatness and splendor
The Church of Holy Trinity stands in Liškiava village, on the left bank of Nemunas, on the Church Hill (Bažnyčios Kalnas).