Speed, excitement and challenges reign at all five of Lithuania’s karting tracks. They are designed for both sports and entertainment. The Plytinės karting track has been operating in Vilnius for 50 years. The tracks in Aukštadvaris and Anykščiai have just been resurfaced. Summers at the Smalininkai karting track are for children, who come for special camps. Speedway, which is the newest open-air karting track, is located nearby Elektrėnai, alongside the Vilnius–Kaunas highway. Kartlandas has indoor karting tracks in Vilnius and Kaunas, and Kaunas also has Epower Arena, where you can race electric karts. If you want to go for a spin in Klaipėda, look for Pajūrio Kartingai or stop by Gokartas.