Chapel of St. Hyacinth

Travelers, who went to Trakai, behind the Trakai Gate, since the beginning of the 16th century, were met by a wooden Chapel of St. Hyacinth. In the middle of the 18th century, a 7 meters tall brick chapel was built, which survived to our days. A sculpture of St. Hyacinth did not stand on top of the chapel accidentally, as he is considered the patron saint of travelers and those who are in danger.

Learn more about one trip to Trakai, which ended in the hostage drama, by clicking this link.

Address: Jovaro St. 2