AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO LITHUANIA
Lithuania has three international airports, Vilnius, Kaunas, and Palanga. The airport of the capital Vilnius is the most important in the country and the main gateway to Lithuania. Flights from the main European capitals and from some Asian and African nations land in Vilnius. The other two international airports in the country have only a few flights, some of which are charter flights.
TRAINS TO LITHUANIA
The country has a railway network of around 2,000 km in length. Vilnius is the country’s main railway hub. The most important cities of Lithuania are connected by the railway network that connects the country also with neighboring countries. The country is connected by railway line with Russia, Poland, Latvia and Belarus. There are few electrified lines in the country.
BUS TO LITHUANIA
International Transport: The country is well served by bus connections with neighboring countries. There are some international bus companies (Eurolines, Ecolines), which have connections from Vilnius to most of the European capitals. Buses are the cheapest but least comfortable way to get to Lithuania. There are direct buses from Belarus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Poland, Russia and Sweden.
National Transport: The buses that connect the main cities are fast and comfortable, but there are some very old buses in the province. Buses serve almost every town and village in the country.
International Transport: The country overlooks the Baltic Sea. From the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda it is possible to reach some destinations in Germany (Kiel and Mukran), Denmark (Fredericia, Copenhagen) and Sweden (Abus).
National Transport: Local ferries connect Klaipeda and the Kuršių Nerija peninsula.
The climate of Lithuania.