Getting to and from Vilnius couldn’t be easier. The city’s international airport operates direct flights to Europe’s main cities, with flight times of only three hours or less. And with new routes and operators being introduced throughout the year, the city’s global reach is set to expand. The airport, meanwhile, is only a 15-minute taxi ride from the center.
The city also boasts plentiful bus and ferry links from neighboring countries. Once you are in Vilnius, you will discover that it’s easy to explore the country, with some of the best roads in CEE, and comfortable and affordable bus and train travel.
Arrival and departure
Vilnius is perfectly sized for getting around. Even if you have a house or apartment on the outskirts, the center is only a short 30-minute commute at most. The city also boasts a modern and integrated public transportation infrastructure, and you’ll find that there are trolley buses and buses connecting every corner of the city.
Traveling around in Vilnius
One of the first things you need to do when you get to Vilnius is install the Trafi app on your phone.
Taxis and ride sharing services
For those that prefer the convenience of a cab.
Love driving but love being eco-friendly too?
Electric scooters are a quick way to get from point A to point B.
Pastaruosius dvejus metus labai padaugėjo žmonių, kurie naudojasi šiuo smagiu ir paprastu būdu nuvažiuoti į darbą. Ir šiais laikais visai nebūtina pirkti nuosavą paspirtuką, nes tiek Citybee, tiek Bolt savo mobiliosiose programėlėse siūlo galimybę dalytis šia transporto priemone. Spustelėję žemiau esančias nuorodas galite jas atsisiųsti. The last two years have seen a huge increase in the number of people enjoying this fun and easy way to get to work. And nowadays, there is no need to buy your own scooter at all, as both Citybee and Bolt offer the opportunity to share this vehicle in their mobile apps. You can download them by clicking the links below.
Parking in Vilnius
Parking lots in central areas of the city.
Vilnius: A city that’s best seen on foot
Shorter distances can be covered on foot fairly quickly.