Tilto (Bridge) Street

Tilto (Bridge) Street was used to be called Katedros (Cathedral) Street. Bridge Street formed relatively early. There was never a lack of intense movement on this street as this street lead to an important Ukmergė road, which connected the capital with the Northern part of Lithuania, and an important trade center – Riga.
At the end of the 15th century, here, near the city’s defensive fortifications, the ruler’s stables and cannon foundry stood. As in the middle of the 16th century, in the territory of the current-day Radvilų, Tilto, T. Vrublevskio streets, the palace of Jerzy Radziwiłł stood.

Address: Tilto St.