Transport information

Airports: There are 3 international passenger airports in Lithuania, located in Vilnius, Kaunas and Palanga.

Ferries: Sea ferries connect the port of Klaipeda to the ports of Sweden and Germany. Inside the country, ferries connect Klaipėda to the Curonian Spit.

Railways: Lithuania can be reached directly from 3 countries by rail transport. Lithuania has a well-developed internal rail network.

Buses: Major European countries and cities can be reached by bus from Lithuania. Passenger transport lines connect the cities, towns and settlements inside the country.

Roads: In Lithuania the roads and road network infrastructure are well-developed and of high quality. 6 European highways cross Lithuania 

Driving speed: in all towns and cities, speeds of up to 50 km/h are allowed for all vehicles, unless indicated otherwise by road signs. Outside the city or settlement, cars, commercial vehicles with a maximum permissible mass not exceeding 3.5 t, motorcycles and tricycles: from 1 April. until October 31 – at speeds of not more than 130 km/h, from 1 November by March 31 – at speeds no faster than 110 km/h, on motorways from April 1 until October 31 – at speeds no higher than 120 km/h, from 1 November. by March 31 – at speeds of not more than 110 km/h, on roads with asphalt or concrete coating at speeds not exceeding 90 km/h, on other roads at speeds up to 70 km/h, unless indicated otherwise by road signs.