Places in Lithuania

Travel to Lithuania

Flying to Lithuania

The national airline is FlyLAL(TE) (website: www.lal.lt).

Flight times:

From London to Vilnius is 3 hours. From Berlin is 1 hour 20 minutes.

Departure tax:

Lt60.

Other airports in Lithuania

Kaunas International Airport

Airport Code: KUN. Location: Website: N/A. Public transport description: N/A

Palanga International Airport

Airport Code: PLQ. Location: Website: http://www.palanga-airport.lt. Public transport description: N/A

Vilnius Airport

Airport Code: VNO. Location: Vilnius airport is located 5km (3 miles) south of Vilnius. Website: http://www.vilnius-airport.lt. Public transport description: Regular public buses 1 (to the city's bus and train station) and 2 (to the city centre) depart frequently. A wide range of shuttle minibuses are also available. Metered taxis are available outside the terminal. Passengers should ensure the meter is switched on or agree a fare in advance.

Travel by rail

Lithuania has a well-developed rail network run by Lithuanian Railways (website: www.litrail.lt). Vilnius is the focal point for rail connections in the region. Major routes go to Kaliningrad, Lviv (Ukraine), Minsk, Moscow, Riga, St Petersburg and Warsaw.

Getting to Lithuania by boat

Main portsKlaipeda is connected by trade routes with foreign ports.

Ferry operators:

There are ferry services to Denmark, Kaliningrad (Russian Federation), Germany, Poland and Sweden. There is also a cruise ship terminal. For information on ferry services from Klaipeda, contact Krantas Shipping (tel: (46) 395 111; website: www.krantas.lt). There are services to Karlshamm in Sweden; Aarhus and Aabenraa in Denmark; and to Kiel and Sassnitz in Germany.




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