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Lithuania: Meetings guide

Lithuania is an easily accessible destination with modern and well-equipped exhibition and conference centres, a variety of unique venues and primary focus on customer needs. You are always welcome in Lithuania!
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Most countries can deliver on one but not all of these values. But when you choose Lithuania, you get the full package - a relaxing environment with venues ranging from Medieval castles to post-modern architectural wonders and suppliers that know your needs as well as you do.
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Alytus
Alytus
Alytus, the sixth largest city in Lithuania located just 66 km and 105 km away from Kaunas and Vilnius respectively. The city is abundant with verdurous hills and forests; it is all about nature and the peace it brings.
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Anykščiai
Anykščiai
Anykščiai is a bustling resort area located in the Eastern region of Lithuania and is 112 km from Vilnius. This city hosts the tallest church in Lithuania and is famous for its scenic landscapes.
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Birštonas
Birštonas
Birštonas city is located on the right bank of Nemunas River and is surrounded by Nemunas Loops Regional Park. The city is 90 km from the capital city of Vilnius and only 40 km from the second-largest city in Lithuania, Kaunas.
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Biržai
Biržai
Biržai is one of the cities in Northern Lithuania located 209 km North from Vilnius, near the border with Latvia. This city has more than 500 years of history, rich cultural heritage and beautiful landscape. It meets visitors with welcoming atmosphere and
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Druskininkai
Druskininkai
Druskininkai is one of the best and the fastest growing resort towns in Lithuania, located only 120 km from Vilnius. Since the 19th century, it has been known for its treatment facilities, welcoming atmosphere, picturesque landscape, and coziness.
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Ignalina
Ignalina
Ignalina city is located in eastern Lithuania, 110 km from the capital Vilnius. This city and two small villages within the Ignalina municipality has a resort area status which means a number of beautiful sightseeing places.
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Jurbarkas
Jurbarkas
Jurbarkas town is in the south west of Lithuania, located 189 km from the capital Vilnius and 85 km and from Kaunas. The city's district interests its visitors with beautiful nature but most of all its historical castles and estates.
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Kaunas
Kaunas
Kaunas – the second largest city in Lithuania – is known for its captivating history, picturesque Old Town, abundance of artistic and educational museums, and a variety of festivals and events.
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Major city
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Kėdainiai
Kėdainiai
Kėdainiai is one of the oldest towns in Lithuania situated right next to the Nevėžis river. The small city is located 135 km from Vilnius and 52 km from Kaunas and has a long multicultural history and has preserved many historical monuments.
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Klaipėda
Klaipėda
Klaipėda is the third largest city and the only sea port in Lithuania. It is about 200 km from Kaunas and 300 km from Vilnius. The city welcomes cruise ships and tourists to visit numerous beaches, fascinating sea museum, summer sea festivals.
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Marijampolė
Marijampolė
Marijampolė city is the seventh largest city in Lithuania. The city is home to famous historical personalities. Residents pride in football, monks of the Marian Fathers, and the use of exceptional dialect.
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Molėtai
Molėtai
Molėtai is an Eastern Lithuanian town located 63 km from Vilnius. Being surrounded by lakes, and forests, the city offers clean air and a serene environment for conference tourism activities.
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City
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Neringa
Neringa
Neringa is one of the most popular resorts in Lithuania, situated in the UNESCO-recognized Curonian Spit National Park. It is located 361 km from Vilnius and 263 km from the city of Kaunas.
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Resort
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Palanga
Palanga
Palanga is a Lithuanian seaside resort town that is situated along the shore of the Baltic Sea. The city has sandy beaches and dunes that attract tourists from all over Lithuania and the rest of Europe.
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Panevėžys
Panevėžys
Panevėžys is self-titled capital of Aukštaitija region and is strategically situated at the crossroad of several significant roads. It is an easy to reach cultural and industrial centre of the region which is just 137 km from Vilnius city.
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Major city
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Plungė
Plungė
Plungė is a beautiful and interesting city located in North West of Lithuania. The city has natural beauty that has maintained the cultural heritage rich in both material and non-material senses.
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City
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Prienai
Prienai
Prienai is a city situated by the Nemunas River in the southern Lithuania. The city is only 30 km from Kaunas and around 100 km away from the capital Vilnius.
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City
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Šiauliai
Šiauliai
Šiauliai, often labelled as the city of the Sun, is the fourth largest city in Lithuania. Located in the North of the country, it is 210 km away from Kaunas and 186 km away from Vilnius.
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Major city
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Trakai
Trakai
It’s a city with rich history and a resort area status just 28 km west of the capital Vilnius. Trakai capture attention during all seasons of the year with Trakai Castle, unique history, food, and beautiful landscapes.
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City
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Ukmergė
Ukmergė
Ukmergė is a city located in the Aukštaitija region of Lithuania, 72 km Northwest of Vilnius and 70 km from Kaunas. This city has been known since 14th century and can be called one of the oldest cities in Lithuania.
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Utena
Utena
Utena is a city in Northeast Lithuania, 97 km from Vilnius and 134 km from Kaunas. Traditionally, the city is known as an industrial city popular for its clothing, food, and beverages.
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Vilnius
Vilnius
Vilnius is one of the greenest capitals in Europe, recognized by UNESCO and having the largest Baroque old town in Europe. Those who visit Vilnius, enjoy a vibrant mix of the unique heritage of the past and the innovation of today.
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Major city
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