Vilnius is the capital and most populous city of Lithuania, with 600 thousand residents. Most international flights land at Vilnius Airport. Some of the main tourist attractions are the Gediminas' Tower, Hales Market, the Užupis district and the medieval Old Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), where you will find Vilnius Cathedral, just off of Cathedral Square. Before the Holocaust, the city had one of the largest Jewish communities, whose history is revealed at the Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum and the Museum of Genocide Victims.
Being often referred to as a Baroque city, Vilnius mixes several architectural styles, from the Gothic-style St. Anne's Church to the Baroque St. Peter’s and Paul’s Church. But modern architecture is also present in the recent buildings of the financial district of Vilnius. Take a stroll around the city using these live HD cams.