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Getting There in Lithuania


Getting There in Lithuania

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Getting to Lithuania

There is possible to fly directly from the 57 airports to Vilnius airport, from 48 different cities in 26 countries. The Government of Lithuania is interested to expand new air routes to Lithuania and put often flights to some main cities, it would help to grow Lithuanian economy and reachability.

Main Airlines that help to reach the country:

  • AirBaltic
  • Austrian
  • Brussels Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • SAS
  • Small Planet Airlines

If you wane reach such countries like Russia, Belorussia orPoland you can use trains network. But it could be difficult to reach other part of Europe by it. The last way to get to Lithuania is by ferry. It is not so popular here, but you can reach Lithuania by ferry from the nearest sea neighbours - Denmark, Sweden, Germany.

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