If you would need a wide city street, a small quiet side-street, a country road or a highway – everything can be found in Kaunas.
Vilniaus street is the main and most beautiful street of the Old Town, paved with cobblestones and used for pedestrians only. In the street reminding of Middle Ages, there are buildings dating back to the 16th century. Right next to Rotušės aikštė (Town Hall Square) is the only Gothic basilica style church and the biggest Gothic sacral building in Lithuania – Kaunas Cathedral Basilica of apostles St. Peter and St. Paul;
Laisvės alėja (Liberty Avenue) is a boulevard type pedestrian street in the centre of Kaunas. Its length is 1621 metres. It is the longest pedestrian street in Eastern Europe. The first buildings here appeared back in 1847. You will find everything in Laisvės alėja or near it: museums, theatres, cafés, restaurants and interwar modernist architecture;
Putvinskio street might be called a mirror of interwar Kaunas architecture and life. Between 1920 and 1940, it was one of the prestigious streets where the most luxurious houses stood and famous people lived;
Donelaičio street – when Kaunas became the temporary capital of Lithuania (1920 – 1940), various state institutions, banks, embassies of foreign states, etc., were established on this street;
Gruodžio street is less than 400 metres long, and it offers a nice escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. It is surrounded by sounds of music and red brick buildings. It is short but special.
And this is just a small part of what you can see in Kaunas.