I’ve visited the castle several times to see its interior exhibitions as well as admire the views from the top.
Last time I went I had a quick look inside to see if there was anything new (there wasn’t but they could do with an English-speaking guide or a translated brochure). Then I wandered around outside and admired the views of the Three Crosses, the river Neris and views over the city from Gediminas’s Tower.
Again I was reminded how green this city really is. You don’t have to walk far from the city centre to find a park.
Last time I posted I remarked on how the trees on the outskirts of the castle had been removed. Presumably a nod to historical accuracy. They also removed the pantiled roof from the building at the side of the tower, presumably for the same reason.
You can see both these features in a photo (above) I shot on one of my earlier visits in 2013.
A year later they had stripped the trees, re-turfed the hillside and removed the roofing tiles and shelter roof (See Here).
So here are my latest pictures – in no particular order – taken in and around the castle.