COVID-19 IN LITHUANIA: INFORMATION FOR TOURISTS

Here you will find the answer to whether tourists can travel to Lithuania at the moment and the list of countries whose citizens are allowed to travel to Lithuania during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lithuania welcomes tourists from all countries across the globe! As most touristic attractions are open in Lithuania, you can explore the country easily and only with minimal restrictions - the main ones are displayed in our answers below.

If you need more detailed information on current entry requirements, please visit the National Public Health Centre website.

What are entry requirements

Entry requirements are based on ECDC guidelines and are marked in different colours (green, orange, red, dark red and grey). Requirements by area color can be seen in the chart below.

Third countries (non-European Economic Area countries) that are not included in the ECDC maps are classified as grey area countries.

This section answers questions related to COVID-19 in Lithuania and rules regarding quarantine and testing after arrival. It covers isolation exemptions in Lithuania for COVID-19 vaccinated and recovered tourists, procedures for transiting through Lithuania as well as arriving by car, bus, plane or sea transport.

All arriving tourists should fill out a simple digital questionnaire, which will generate a QR code that must be shown to the officials at the border. It takes just 5 minutes – the link is here.

Please note that persons, who have visited one of the strongly virus-affected countries in the past 14 days before arrival to Lithuania, must do testing and self-isolate despite the exceptions displayed in the graph above. The list of these affected countries is available right here.

This section answers questions related to COVID-19 in Lithuania and rules regarding quarantine and testing after arrival. It covers isolation exemptions in Lithuania for COVID-19 vaccinated and recovered tourists, procedures for transiting through Lithuania as well as arriving by car, bus, plane or sea transport.
Here you will find information about open service establishments in Lithuania, such as cafes, restaurants, hotels and SPAs in Lithuania during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Other practical information

If symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing) occur you should call the COVID-19 hotline: 1808 (ph. +370 (37) 367 963 if calling from a foreign phone number) and contact your family doctor, report the circumstances of the illness, and follow medical advice.

Yes, in most cases. The regulations vary depending on your destination/home country.

No, testing for COVID-19 and negative result certificate available only at your own expense.

The list of private laboratories testing for COVID-19 can be found here.

There‘s no need to get tested or self-isolate after crossing the border if you‘re travelling through Lithuania for transit purposes. Essential stops, such as at petrol stations, are allowed during the trip as well.

You are considered to be fully vaccinated if you can provide a country-specific vaccination certificate or an international vaccination certificate. The document must confirm that you have gone through the full programme of COVID-19 vaccination with vaccine registered in the Union Register of Medicinal Products. As of now, the accepted vaccines are: ’COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen’, ‘Comirnaty’, ‘COVID-19 Vaccine Moderna’ and ‘Vaxzevria’.

More information about COVID-19 vaccines can be found on the official EU website right here.

Children up to 7 years old do not have to get tested or self-isolate in any case.

Children or teens aged 7 to 16 do not have to self-isolate if they can provide a negative test result.

If a child or teen has been to one of the strongly virus-affected countries listed here in the past 14 days before arrival to Lithuania, both testing and isolation are required.

Dear fellow travellers, please keep in mind that we do not guarantee the completeness and accuracy of the information on this page. Although we’re working hard to keep everything up-to-date, delays in changes can occur because the information is based on other authoritative national sources.

If you did not find an answer to your COVID-19 related question here, please visit the Corona STOP or the official NPHC website.