Kedainiai Old Town
Kėdainiai is located near the geographical center of Lithuania and is famous… for cucumbers. The “cucumber business” started here by the local Jews’ initiative in the 19th century, and since then it has been growing and gaining momentum. Kedainiai is an important industrial and transit joint of 26 square km with the population of 24,000.
The charming and deserted old town is formed by the Market Square and three lovely streets. It was founded in 1372, but most of the preserved buildings date back to 17th and 18th centuries. The old town of Kedainiai is an urban monument of national importance, being one of the seven oldest cities of Lithuania. It is full of cafes, restaurants, hotels, museums, souvenir and artistic stalls.
Didžiosios Rinkos a. 6, KėdainiaiWorking time