How to reach Lithuania?

If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be permitted to travel to Lithuania with only an identification document.

On the other hand, if you are a non-EU/EEA traveler wishing to visit Lithuania, you will need to carry the following documents, when you show up at the Lithuanian port of entry:

  • A valid passport or travel document. Valid for at least three more months beyond your planned date of exit from Schengen, and issued within the last 10 years.
  • A visa – if you are a subject to Lithuanian visa regime.

More information about visa requirements you can find HERE.



Lithuanian Airports is a state enterprise which unites and manages Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga airports, develops the activities of the three airports in a coordinated manner, offers a wide range of services, as well as high standards of the quality of service rendered to passengers and partners.

The airport network provides an opportunity to diversify activities and priorities of each one of them as well as to supplement Lithuanian transport system in a co-ordinated manner.

The ideology and strategy of operation of Lithuanian Airports are based on the principle ‘United but different’.

Source: mapsland.com


Vilnius Airport

Vilnius Airport (IATA: VNO, ICAO: EYVI), also known as Vilnius International Airport. It is the largest commercial airport in Lithuania, serving over 4.9 million passengers in 2018. Vilnius Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 57 destinations in 27 countries. The airport is located on a plateau in the south of Vilnius. It is only 7 km or 15 minutes drive by car from the center of the capital. In this airport you can also find such services like:

  • Fast passenger track;
  • Car rental;
  • Car parking;
  • VIP service;
  • Shops;
  • Business lounge;
  • Cafes/Restaurants;
  • Privilege card;
  • Banking services;
  • Taxi;

And many more...


Location: Rodūnios kelias 10A, Vilnius, Lithuania.

Contacts: phone. numb: +370 612 44442

Useful links:  https://www.vno.lt/ ; https://www.ltou.lt/en/aviation/airports-statistics/vno-2

"Facebook": https://www.facebook.com/VilniusAirportOfficial/



Kaunas Airport

Kaunas Airport (IATA: KUN, ICAO: EYKA), also known as Kaunas International Airport, is the second largest airport in Lithuania. It is an international airport and serves the area of Kaunas, Lithuania. Kaunas Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 25 destinations in 13 countries. The airport is located in the central part of the country, 14 km (8.7 mi) northeast of Kaunas city center and 100 km west from the capital Vilnius. In this airport you can also find such services like:

  • Car rental;
  • Car parking;
  • Shops;
  • Hotel services;
  • Cafes;
  • Bank services;
  • Exchange Office;

And many more...

Location: Oro uosto g. 4, Karmėlava, 54460, Kauno r.

Contacts: info@kun.lt ; phone. numb. : (8-612) 44442

Useful links: https://www.kaunas-airport.lt/en/ ; https://www.ltou.lt/en/aviation/airports-statistics/kun-2

“Facebook”: https://www.facebook.com/KaunasAirportOfficial/



Palanga Airport

Palanga Airport (IATA: PLQ, ICAO: EYPA), also known as Palanga International Airport, is the third largest airport in Lithuania and is located in the western part of Lithuania, near the Baltic Sea. Airport has non-stop passenger flights scheduled to 10 destinations in 8 countries. The third largest city, ice-free seaport, Klaipeda, is located 35 km south of the airport. The Airport has perfect road links with major cities of the region and neighboring countries.

In this airport you can also find such services like:

  • Car parking;
  • Car rent;
  • Currency exchange;
  • Cafes/Restaurants;
  • ATMs;
  • Shops;
  • WIFI
  • Tax refund

And many more...

Location: Liepojos pl. 1, Palanga, Lithuania

Contacts: info@plq.lt ; phone. numb: (8-612) 44442

Useful links: https://palanga-airport.lt/en/ ; https://www.ltou.lt/en/aviation/airports-statistics/plq-2

„Facebook“: https://www.facebook.com/PalangaAirport/




Train travel is one of the most popular ways to get to your desired vacation destination. So you can use the largest railway company in the Baltic states – "Lithuanian Railways" to travel around Lithuania and other neighbour countries.

Here you can find more info about “Lithuanian Railways”, routes, stations: http://www.litrail.lt/en/home

The Republic of Lithuania participates in the implementation of the international transport project Rail Baltica, which will connect Warsaw, Kaunas, Riga, Tallinn and, via the rail ferry, Helsinki with a quality railway line. “Rail Baltica “Rail is an integral part of the North Sea-Baltic international transport corridor which will connect the Benelux countries, Germany, Poland and Lithuania, and later Latvia, Estonia and Finland. Furthermore, in the future, this corridor in Warsaw will have a link with the Baltica - Adriatica transport corridor, which will link Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia and Italy. In this way, new north-south and east-west freight directions are being formed in Europe.

More info about the project : http://www.rail-baltica.lt/

Here you can check out current train routes in Lithuania, buy tickets and get best suggestions for interesting routes: https://www.traukiniobilietas.lt/portal/

„Facebook“: https://www.facebook.com/LTGelezinkeliai/



Klaipeda port is an ice-free eastern port of the Baltic Sea, which is located almost to the north. It is the largest transport center of the Republic of Lithuania where all the different transport types meets: sea, land and railroads from the east and west. This port has the widest network of shipping lines among the Baltic States. Klaipėda operates 18 shipping lines daily ensuring connections with ports of Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Russia, Finland, Great Britain and other countries.

About port of Klaipėda: https://www.portofklaipeda.lt/

“TT-Line” invites you to catch sight of Sweden and Germany, have a great time and forget about traffic congestion! Regular ferry services from Klaipeda to Treleborg (Sweden) and Rostock (Germany), returning from Travelund (Germany) and Treleborg (Sweden) - are the perfect solution for a short while business trip or family vacation.

“TT –Line”: https://www.ttline.com/lt/keleiviai

“DFDS” has one of the largest ferry networks in Europe. The routes lead to Germany, Sweden, the United Kingdom and other countries in continental Europe, Scandinavia and the Baltic region, including major cities such as Copenhagen, Oslo and Amsterdam. Arrange a ferry trip and travel by car to Western Europe or Scandinavia.

“DFDS”: https://www.dfds.com/lt-lt/keleiviniai-keltai

“Facebook”: https://www.facebook.com/port.lt/