Vilnius is often referred to as a city where different cultures mix in a unique diversity, and where a beautiful heritage has been preserved. The cosmopolitan spirit in the geographical centre of Europe, the city’s modern development—all have grown on the basis that today is reflected in the Old Town. The towers of churches rising above the red tiles and cobbled streets make up the extraordinary picture of Vilnius. Among the sites that have become symbolic of the capital of Lithuania is the Upper Castle. A story tells that Napoleon, on seeing St Anne’s Church, desired to take it with him on the palm of his hand. The city definitely presents a number of thingss to explore and discover.