Kaunas is a heritage city that will leave you spellbound with its rich collection of architectural monuments. Exploring the 14th century Kaunas Castle is an interesting way to soak in the city's historical and scenic splendour – the latter particularly due to the castle's location at the confluence of the Nemunas and Neris rivers, making it seem right out of a fairytale. Kaunas is also home to the one-of-a-kind Devils’ Museum; a must-visit on any weekend trip. There is something quite thrilling about this literal devil's lair, with its whopping 3000 artefacts related to the demons of hell. Then there is the funicular with its pre-war wagon and wooden seats, making the ride to the Resurrection Basilica – for the most spectacular views of Kaunas – an exhilarating experience. As night falls, the action shifts to the old town. Bars and nightclubs share space with iconic monuments, making it the perfect place to appreciate the convergence of medieval and modern Kaunas on a city break to this unique destination.