One thing to remember, if you are planning a visit to Vilnius Cathedral Bell Tower, is NOT to wear spiky heeled boots.
You might think your high heels are like an extension of your legs and you cannot go anywhere on flats, but trust me on this, bring your ugly pair of runners or any other footwear that does not include pointed, high ends, because….
… it’s a vertical experience….
As you start with the first flight of stairs to reach the reception area, you might think it’s fine, nothing to worry about.
The next flight of winding narrow stairs seem somewhat less comfortable, but still, nothing you have not seen in the old towns across Europe before – uneven stone steps, winding up a narrow tube with tiny windows and massive stone walls.
But then you come to a point (oh, I don’t know, somewhere between 30 and 40 meters high) where you see this in front of you ….
…harrowingly steep, crooked and well worn wooden staircase….apparently parts of it ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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