Located uniquely on a small island, the Gothic Trakai Castle dates from the 14th and 15th centuries and was once the summer residence of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania. One of the country’s major tourist attractions and also the site of an interesting museum, the castle is a popular location for outdoor cultural events as well as conferences, receptions and incentives. Facilities include the marvellous Representative Hall and Minor Hall, both popular spaces for gala dinners and the former once housing the royal throne.

Castle can accomodate events with up to 150 people (indoor location) and up to 1000-1500 people (outdoor cortyard).


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