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A 20-minute walk from the centre of Trakai.
One of the larger taxi companies in Vilnius.
Lithuania's major international air gateway, with a handful of direct flights to major European cities.
Hire starts from around €25.
Also has a location in town .
Another big-name option at the airport.
Recognisable yellow cabs.
Bikes can be easily hired and returned at the 37 orange Cyclocity stations across Vilnius. Either credit cards or Cyclocity Cards (available by advance subscription) can be used to hire a bike...
Also has locations in town , and at the railway station .
Bags can be left for €0.87 per piece at the bagažinė .
This well-established bike-hire operation on the edge of the Old Town has decent, well-maintained bikes.
Domestic tickets are sold from 6am to 7.30pm, and information is doled out at the information office. Timetables are displayed on a board here and on the handy website www.autobusubilietai.lt...
Luxurious coaches connecting Vilnius with Riga, Tallin, St Petersburg, Warsaw, Minsk and Berlin. Also stop in Kaunas and Šiauliai.
Eurolines is a reliable long-distance carrier.
Serves large cities across Europe.
There are also branches in the Old Town and at the airport .
Opposite the bus station, the train station is equipped with ATMs, a supermarket and information desks...
Together with its sister company Lux Express, Simple Express offers arguably the lowest prices to Lithuania from destinations in the Baltic, including daily buses from Vilnius to Rīga (€11) and Tallinn (€23).
Luggage lockers are available, from €2 per 24 hours.
Also at the airport .
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