The historic Old Town of Gdansk in Poland is breathtaking, especially the facades of the houses. Such a shame that there is so much beauty bombed during WW II, but it is nice to see that everything is restored. Even if it is not nearly as close to how it was before, still, the government did a good job in rebuilding this neighborhood.
The most famous baroque cathedral in Lithuania can be found in Vilnius – The St. Peter and Paul Church. The exterior looks amazing and the interior is designed by a stucco with over 2000 figures. The best part is the innumerable angels; they bring life to the whole structure as they pull, push and carry the beams, columns, and garlands.
Here are the available modes of transport from Gdansk to Vilnius.
Bus Ticket From Gdansk To Vilnius
The distance between Gdansk to Vilnius is 544 km. You need to complete two bus rides when travelling from Gdansk to Vilnius. The total travel time is 13 hours and 40 minutes. First, take the bus ride via Pks Suwalki Bus company that is bound to Mickiewicza in Southern Poland (fare is US$15). From Mickiewicza, board the Jordan Billy bus that is bound to Vilnius (fare is US$8). To get the latest bus information, visit: http://www.pkssuwalki.pl/
Another option is to drive from Gdansk to Vilnius; the travel time is seven hours.
Train Ticket From Gdansk To Vilnius
The most accessible option in railway transport is to take the Line Elc train from Gdansk to Warsaw and from there; you must take the six hour bus ride that is bound to Vilnius. The total travel time is nine hours and 51 minutes and the one way train fare cost US$40.
Airplane Ticket From Gdansk To Vilnius
There are six airlines that provide daily air transport from Gdansk to Vilnius. The total travel time is three hours and 55 minutes. The airplane ticket can be purchased from US$130 to US$190. To know the details of air travel from Gdansk to Vilnius, check: http://www.oagaviation.com/