I would like to visit a historical festival in July. I found the Kernavé Archaeology festival in begin July. There also seems to be one called Apuolė Festival, but couldn't find date info on that.
What is the most recommended as backpacker with short stay in Lithuania?
Some more questions here:
- Are there any left luggage facilities in bus or train stations?
2.I have seen car rental sites and I am actually thinking if there is a need to rent a car or take public transport. Is petrol expensive in Lithuania?
3.Are there any sites which rents out motorbikes as well?
- Is there a tourist SIM which I can buy and use it for Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and Helsinki?
Was just planning my trip and I have some questions here:
I like to take a quick visit in Aukstaitija National Park. I don't think I have time to do a proper hike and I was thinking of renting a car. Is it possible to rent in Ignalia or I have to rent a car whole day from Vilnius?
Does anyone have an estimate how much does it cost to rent a day a day with driver in Vilnius?
How can I get from Vilnius to Kernave? Is there any public transport? Also from…
I am planning to spend a couple of days in Vilnius for I need a get away thesedays.I am travelling there most probably at the end of February or beginning of March when its winter and freezing cold.I was wondering if its still a good idea to do some sightseeing despite the cold and maybe snow.I am into activities such as visiting museums,
churches,cathedrals,palaces,farmers' market etc.I would appreciate any help.Thank you.
Hi all, I will be travelling between Lithuania and Latvia and I have a question to ask regarding the border crossing.
I will be arriving in Vilnius and heading North towards Siauliai to see the Hill of Crosses as my last point in Lithuania, and from there I want to head to the Rundale Palace in the South of Latvia (which should be considered about 12km away from Bauska) before heading up to Riga.
Does anyone know and and recommend transport options between Siauliai to Bauska which will…
I'm spending a couple of weeks in Lithuania/Latvia/Estonia (probably just the capital cities, but I haven't really made an itinerary) and Stockholm, Sweden. I have an open air ticket that goes USA --> Vilnius and then Stockholm --> USA on my way home.
Does Lithuania require proof of onward travel upon arrival in the airport? Would an advance purchase of a bus/train ticket suffice? Or should I look for a cheap, throwaway ticket instead?
My friend and I are planning to travel to Vilnius, but because of other commitments/time off work, the only time we can realistically go is during the first two weeks of April. Guide books and websites vary between telling me that the weather will be crisp and pretty with blossom, or wet, frigid and with short days. Has anyone here been to Vilnius at this time and can tell me what to expect? (And if it's worth perhaps leaving Vilnius for next summer instead)
I don't have any experience travelling in Eastern Europe but I'm planning to go to Lithuania next spring. I mostly rely on English while travelling so, how well do people speak English in Vilnius?
I want to buy a ticket for an early morning flight (6 am) from Kaunas airport and I will have to leave Vilnius at 10 or 11 pm. I have searched around but it seems that the busses and the train dont run that late...? Any suggestions how to get there?
Thanks a lot!
going for a treat weekend with wife and would like an "upscale taxi" from AP to city center. What I find online is a whooping €85+ for Mercedes S-class. Anyone know someone with this type of service without the rip off?