Our host city Vilnius is celebrating its 700th anniversary this year! This hidden gem is a charming and picturesque place with a rich cultural heritage and a vibrant modern-day scene. Vilnius is known, among other things, for the architecture of its Old Town, one of the largest and best preserved old towns in northern, eastern, and central Europe, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

In addition to its historical and cultural attractions, Vilnius is also known for its vibrant arts and entertainment scene. The city is home to numerous galleries, theaters, and music venues, as well as a bustling nightlife and delicious cuisine.

The relaxed vibe of Vilnius and its welcoming atmosphere makes it the perfect place for CEESA’s return to in-person conferences, after the disruption caused by Covid-19.

Make the most of your time here! When your daily conference sessions wrap up, why not explore some of the beautiful sights and sounds that this city has to offer?

We’ve gathered some resources to help you plan your days in Vilnius. From visiting its cobbled streets, to discovering its hidden gems, there’s something for everyone. Don’t forget to join the Whova community and find out more about the meet-ups planned by fellow attendees.