By air

Main international airports in Lithuania are: Vilnius Airport (VNO), Kaunas Airport (KUN) and Palanga Airport (PLQ).

Aairlines that offer flights to Lithuania include: Aer Lingus, Air Baltic, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines, CSA, Estonian Air, Finnair, LOT, Lufthansa, Norwegian Air, Ryanair and SAS.

Vilnius Airport: www.vilnius-airport.lt
Kaunas Airport: www.kaunasair.lt
Palanga Airport: www.palanga-airport.lt

By sea

The main sea port is Klaipeda. There are ferry services to Lithuania from Denmark, Russia, Germany and Sweden. One of the companies that offers ferry services to Lithuania is DFDS Lisco.

DFDS Lisco schedules: www.dfdslisco.lt

By bus

There are direct coach services to Lithuania from many European countries such as Germany, Poland, Russia, Belarus, Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia and Austria. One of the companies that offer such routes is Eurolines.

Eurolines schedules: www.eurolines.com

By train

Lithuania has rail connections with Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia and Poland.

By car

The main border crossings of Lithuania are: Nida, Panemune and Kybartai (Russian border); Lazdijai and Kalvarijos (Polish border); Lavoriskes, Medininkai, Raigardas and Salcininkai (Belarusian border); Butinge, Kalviai, Salociai, Buknaiciai, Obeliai and Smelyne (Latvian border).


By bus/tram

In major cities one can travel by buses, minibuses or trolleybuses. Tickets can be purchased from kiosks or on board.

By taxi

Taxis are inexpensive compared to Western Europe. They can be found at taxi stands, hailed in the street or ordered by phone. All taxis have a ‘taksi’ sign on the roof and are equipped with taximeters.

By car

Driving is on the right side of the road. International and foreign driving licenses are accepted. Driver must also have car registration documents and the liability insurance policy. It is forbidden to drive with alcohol level higher than 0.4 milligrams per milliliter of blood. Driver and passengers must wear seat belts. Speed limits: built-up areas – 60 km/h, country roads – 90 km/h, highways – 110 km/h from 1 October to 1 May and 130 km/h from 1 May to 1 October. The mandatory equipment include first aid kit, fire extinguisher and warning triangle.