Upon arrival at the airport you can rent a car, exchange currency at the Currency Exchange Bureau located on the ground floor, have a snack at cafes or spend time in a bar. There are travel agencies, cargo carrying and express courier by air agencies, and as many as eight air companies at the airport. There is also a duty-free shop, the newsagent’s, amber and flower stalls. Free wireless internet “Airport-free” launched at Vilnius International Airport.
The post office is on the first floor. Besides, there is a VIP room and a Business Club at the airport. If you came to Vilnius for a short visit, you can put up at the hotels situated next to the airport or book overnight accommodation simply in the arrival hall of the airport, on the ground floor. The medical aid station is on the second floor. The International Vilnius Airport is 7 kilometres away from the centre, or a fifteen-minute drive by car.
For more detailed information about the services provided at the airport see www.vilnius-airport.lt
GETTING TO THE CENTRE OF THE CITY:
Bus times are available at bus stops or on the website www.stops.lt
Once you have boarded public transportation, you can purchase a one way ticket from the driver that costs €1. You need to mark the paper ticket at one of the several small red metal ticket validators found on the stands in the bus or by placing it in the yellow electronic ticket validator. If you plan to spend a longer time in Vilnius, get yourself a “Vilnius Kortelė” – an electronic ticket that costs €1,5 and can be electronically refilled. It is available at newspaper stands throughout the city and the arrivals area of Vilnius Airport.
You need to activate the electronic “Vilnius Kortelė” ticket as soon as you board the bus by placing it on the yellow electronic touch screen.
Minibus route: from the airport to the bus station, every 40 min, depends on the flight schedule (from 7:40 to 22:40). Ticket can be bought on the minibus. Timetable
Distance from the airport to Vilnius Railway station is about 5 km, the journey takes up to 8 minutes. Trains run approximately every 40 minutes. The schedule can be found at www.litrail.lt. Tickets can be purchased on the train or at Vilnius Railway Station. More information here.
Next to the airport there is a taxi rank. There are always plenty of taxis there. You can also call a taxi by phone or to book a taxi at Vilnius Tourist Information Centre (Airport Arrival Hall). More information here.
If you have a suspicion, that your trip by taxi price is too big, ask the taxi driver to give you a check with route described, price. Mark the taxi car number and address by email email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org