Information & Facts
Short and long term parking is available.
Car rental agents with offices on site in the arrivals lounge
are Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Sixt and Unirent.
A bus service connects the airport to the railway station, and
another runs from the airport to the city centre and suburbs,
roughly every 15 minutes. A minibus service is also available from
the bus stop outside the Arrivals terminal covering various routes
through the city and outskirts. Taxis are plentiful outside
arrivals, and are relatively cheap.
There is a currency exchange counter in the arrivals concourse,
and a post office on the departures ground floor level. There are
coffee bars and cafes in arrivals and departures, and a newsagent.
The airport offers a VIP Lounge, which can be utilised by all
passengers at an hourly rate. There is also a medical aid station
and small duty free shop.
Lithuanian is the official language, but Russian and
English are widely spoken.
The official currency is the Litas (LTL), which is linked to the
euro at a fixed rate of 3.4528 Lt to EUR1. ATMs are found in
Vilnius on the Cirrus and Visa networks, but are rare in smaller
towns. Most retailers, hotels, restaurants and the like accept
credit cards, and banks and hotels will cash travellers