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January 2, 2023

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February 28, 2023
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May 1, 2023

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May 15, 2023
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August 1, 2023

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July 31, 2023

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September 1, 2023
Along the rivers Neris and Vilnelė lies the beautiful and bustling city of Vilnius, with its unique old town that combines the heritage of many cultures.
Centuries-old architecture, modern buildings and unspoilt nature right in the city, making Vilnius one of the greenest capitals in Europe, create a unique harmony. The contemporary atmosphere of the city goes hand in hand with the stories and legends of the Old Town.

The cobbled streets will take you on a romantic stroll through the UNESCO World Heritage Sites that exemplify the Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical movements. The business and commercial sections of the city make up the New City Center, with its modern architecture and style.
However, this city can give you so much more, as it is home to many talented contemporary artists, which means you can attend a play or film by a world-famous Lithuanian director, listen to the world's best opera singer, or visit an exhibition by a renowned contemporary artist, among other things, as there are dozens of free events daily and a theatre, film, dance or cultural festival every month. At night, Vilnius transforms into a different city, where, amidst a buzzing club and bar culture, people dance until sunrise.

Beyond all of this, Vilnius is home to a fast-growing and innovative entrepreneurial ecosystem, and the city is continuously developing strategies to support the continued growth of several priority sectors, including shared service centres, FinTech, ICT, high-tech manufacturing and biotechnology.

To make the most of getting around the city, you can also get a Vilnius Pass and explore the city for less - and take advantage of free entry to many museums and tours, special offers and discounts to top attractions, shops and restaurants and for a very unique way to the see the city, you can try a hot air balloon ride that gwill give you a bird's-eye view of the juxtaposition of the old and the new city sights.

Are you already excited to visit?

Here you can watch a short videos about the city and soak up its atmosphere.
Vilnius International Airport is currently served by more than 15 airlines to more than 40 destinations. In addition, flight times are only three hours or less from European cities.
From the airport, it's only 15 minutes by bus or taxi to the city centre and only 7 minutes by train to the city station.
Airport - city centre
There is a special "Vilnius - Airport" train that runs regularly from Vilnius Railway Station to the airport and back. The trains run 16 times a day and the journey takes 7 minutes. The ticket costs €0.70. It can be bought online, on the train or at the station.

There is an approved Vilnius Airport taxi rank in front of the arrivals terminal. All taxis accept cash and credit cards. Here are the most popular routes and their price:

Vilnius - Old Town Airport (Cathedral Square) - approximately € 10
Vilnius Airport - Constitution Avenue - approximately € 12
Vilnius Airport - Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva (Conference Venue) - approximately € 12

Public buses and trolleybuses run from around 5am until midnight. Information about schedules can be found at bus and trolleybus stops and online at

Smart Vilnius provides apps for m-parking and m-ticket.

Electronic tickets can be purchased at press kiosks (called “Lietuvos spauda”) or at the information desks of Maxima supermarkets. Individual paper tickets can be bought from the driver, however during COVID-19 pandemic drivers do not sell tickets.