Citizens of the EU and most European countries (including all Scandinavian countries) do not require a visa to enter Lithuania. For detailed information, please visit the website of the Lithuanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: www.urm.lt. There are two international airports in Lithuania: one is located just outside of Kaunas, and the other one is in Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
Arrivals by plane
Direct flights to Kaunas or Vilnius airports are most likely available from your country.
City bus Numbers 29 and 29E go directly from Kaunas airport to the city centre. More information about fares from the airport is available at www.kaunas-airport.lt
Arrivals by bus
The distance between Kaunas and Vilnius is 100 km. Information about airport express from Vilnius airport can be found here: ollex.lt
Bus schedules within Kaunas can be accessed at kvt.lt and stops.lt.
Buses between Kaunas and Vilnius depart several times an hour between 5AM and midnight. The journey takes about 1.5 hours. Most buses have (free) wireless internet. For international travel Ecolines (ecolines.net) and other companies operate several daily buses from Riga and Tallinn, and from other national capitals of Europe.
Kaunas train station (map) is located nearby to the bus station (map) in the city center. Several daily trains go between Kaunas and other major cities. Tickets and timetables can be found at litrail