The Gates of Dawn or the Ausros Vartai is a small chapel, but it is one of the most important religious points in Lithuania. Often there are older women who pray here fervently. To reach the chapel, it is located approximately 15 meters to the right after the gate of the city (a little hard to see).
Moscow City is definitely a place to be seen, solemn, spectacular, and you can feel the power of Russia in every corner. You can see the mausoleum of Lenin, the Red Square and towers of the Kremlin, the St. Basil Cathedral, the GUM department store and the Kazan Cathedral.
Here are the available modes of transport from Vilnius To Moscow.
Train Ticket From Vilnius To Moscow
You need to take two rain rides to get from Vilnius to Moscow. First, take the Lithuanian Railways (Line Express) to Moskva Belorusskaja train station. From here, take the Moscow Metro Line (Line Zamoskvoretskaya) that will bring you to Moscow. The travel time is 14 hours and 25 minutes. The train ticket is approximately US$50. To get the latest train schedules and make reservations, check here: http://engl.mosmetro.ru/
Bus Ticket from Vilnius To Moscow
The distance between Vilnius to Moscow is 900 km. There are two bus rides you need to complete when travelling from Vilnius to Moscow. First, you must take the Autobusubilietai (Line 175) that is bound to Utena. From here, you must take the Ecolines bus that is bound to Moscow City. The total travel time is 19 hours and 20 minutes with an estimated bus fare of US$60. To know more, visit: http://www.autobusubilietai.lt/index.php?lang=0&
Another possible option to reach Moscow from Vilnius is to drive or rent a cab; the travel time is 11 hours and three minutes.
Airplane Ticket from Vilnius To Moscow
There are three international airlines that cover the flight route of Vilnius to Moscow daily. The travel time is two hours and 40 minutes. The air fare can be purchased from US$85 to US$140 depending on the type of airline service you choose to avail.