Vilnius has always been a multi-national city populated with Lithuanians, Germans, Slavs and Jews from the immemorial time.
Although the original city location was lost due to erosion, the present day Old Town reappeared in the Middle Ages.
Then afterwards, the towns turned into suburbs and finally fully integrated into the city.
Now, they can be identified by a cute Lutheran Kirche hidden in numerous courtyards of the Old Town or a complex of the Orthodox Monastery and Church of the Holy Spirit.
These airlines operate to and from Vilnius International Airport: Air Baltic (Copenhagen, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Riga, Rome-Fiumicino, Tallinn, London-Gatwick (seasonal)), Aeroflot (Moscow-Sheremetyevo), Austrian Airlines (Vienna), Bel Avia Belarusian Airlines (Minsk), Brussels Airlines (Brussels), El Al (Tel Aviv), Estonian Air (Tallinn), Finn Air (Helsinki), Grand Cru Airlines (a charter airline), LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw), Lufthansa (Frankfurt), Norwegian Air Shuttle (Oslo-Gardermoen, Stockholm), Ryanair (Barcelona, Bremen, Brussels, Cork, Crete-Chania, Dublin, Liverpool, London-Stansted, Milan-Bergamo, Oslo, Paris-Beauvais, Rome-Ciampino), SAS Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen, Stockholm), Small Planet Airlines (a charter airline), Trans Aero (Moscow-Domodedovo), Turkish Airlines (Istambul), UIA Ukrainian International Airlines (Bangkok, Geneva, Istambul, New York, Kiev, Tashkent, Tbilisi), UTair Aviation (Moscow-Vnukovo), Wizz Air (Ålesund, Barcelona, Bergen, Doncaster-Sheffield, Dortmund, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Kutaisi, Larnaca, Liverpool, London-Luton, Malmö, Madrid, Milan-Bergamo, Oslo, Stockholm, Paris, Rome-Fiumicino, Tel Aviv).
 (IATA: KUN), is the second busiest civil airport in Lithuania located ~100km west of Vilnius in a small town Karmėlava NE of Kaunas.
A monument to Gediminas (author of the concept is a Lithuanian-American sculptor Vytautas Kašuba) stands in Cathedral Square near the site of the former pagan temple.