We crossed the river and the guide showed us two of the city’s most impressive churches, one Roman Catholic and the other an Orthodox Cathedral started in 1346. Our tour wrapped up at the foot of Vilnius’ Castle Tower near the national museum, and we realized we had metabolized our fruitcake and coffee rather quickly (it would appear that fruitcake here is actually digestable) and were ready for lunch. Since I had long before made a vow to eat a meal in every nation I stepped in, we agreed to cross the ancient Vilnius River to get a nice Užupian meal.
Victor Bernabei is just another millenial travel blogger. But here's the twist: He isn't a millenial! His goal is to see as many countries as he can, and spread the message that the world is not as scary as the news wants you to believe, and that there is beauty in all people, places and things.