How To Get To Lithuania

How To Get To Lithuania

Airlines:

Lithuania - attractive country. Connections with Lithuania counrty - excellent. You can fly to the three airports. Lithuania has 3 international airports: Vilnius Airport (www.vilnius-airport.lt), Kaunas Airport (www.kaunas-airport.lt), and Palanga Airport (www.palanga-airport.lt).  Lithuania has 27 small airports and airfields, most of them may take a private aircraft.

If you don't have airline tickets, you can book online here!

Water transport, ferries:

Klaipeda sea port has 6 connects the sea ferry with Sweden, Denmark, Germany and Poland ports. You can travel from Klaipeda to the Curonian Spit (www.keltas.lt).

International Road Border Posts:

On the border with Poland: Kalvarija (road A5); Lazdijai (A135).
On the border with Latvia: Butinge (A13); Bukaiciai (A222); Kalviai (A12); Salociai (A10); Obeliai (A122); Smelyne (A6).
On the border with Belarus: Lavoriskes (A103); Medininkai (A3); Salcininkai (A104); Raigardas (A4).
On the border with the Russian Federation (Kaliningrad Region): Nida (A167); Panemune (A12); Kybartai (A7).

Speed Limit for cars: 50 km/h in town, 90/h out of town on national roads, 110 km/h (November 1 – March 31) and 130 km/h (April 1 – October 31) on highways.

If you don't drive at all or have not hired a car yet?

So you should use taxi services available round the clock. Visit www.etaksi.lt for a list of taxi companies – all reliable ones! A taxi can even be called via the Internet or you can download useful Apps to your smartphones! Or you can book car hire here!

How To Get To Lithuania

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