As you step outside the gates of Žygimantų 12 and go down to the Neris River, you enter the newly developed riverside walkway, which seamlessly links 7 of Vilnius’ most beautiful bridges in a scenic 20 km circular route. The location is perfect for walking, running and cycling throughout the year and is particularly popular at dawn and sunset.
From Valakampiai Bridge to Žvėrynas Bridge, indulge in active yet leisurely pursuits as you navigate the river’s gentle curves in a kayak or on a paddleboat, or savour the city’s lights from the comfort of a riverside restaurant. The nearby Baltasis Bridge is a magnet for lovers of beach volleyball, basketball and extreme sports, while also offering quiet respite and frequent events.
Two quays merging into a single home. Located at the crossroads between the Old Town and the City Centre, Žygimantų 12 is a bridge between the past and the future. This unique location, blending old and new, allows you to enjoy both the Old Town environment, with its range of relaxed cultural attractions, and the buzz of the modern CBD with its glittering skyscrapers.
The right quay is a bustling business centre, showcasing the future of the capital. Shops and malls offering world-famous brands, as well as gyms, international offices, health, beauty, and everyday services, entertainment and more can all be found in the modern side of the city you reach as you cross the Žaliasis Bridge.
A date with
the Old Town
Living in Žygimantų 12 is a special blend of culture, nature and history. Pleasant walks will take you to visit the capital’s best restaurants, the Bernardine Garden and the Neris quayside. You can also enjoy the work of world-renowned artists at the National Opera and Ballet Theatre, the Congress Hall, the MO Museum, the National Drama Theatre, the Palace of the Grand Dukes and many other cultural spaces in the vicinity.
- The best restaurants in Vilnius
- World class music, theatre, ballet and opera
- Contemporary art exhibitions
- Independent boutiques and designer shops
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites – an open-air museum