Vilnius is easily accessible by air from all major European cities. It never takes more than three hours to fly from many European cities and "hubs", including Barcelona, Paris, Copenhagen, London and Frankfurt. Vilnius International Airport is only 7 km/15 min driving distance from the centre of the city, and transportation between the two is quick and inexpensive. Guests can use buses, train and taxi services. City buses No. 1, 2, 88, 3G run from/to the airport every 10-15 min. Buses No. 1, 2 go to the train station. Bus No. 3G goes to the city centre and north over the river past Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva, the biggest conference hotel in Vilnius. Bus No. 88 goes to the City Centre, Old Town and north over the river. Buses are located outside the Arrival Hall. Tickets can be bought from the driver for 1 Eur. A special train runs from Vilnius Airport to the main train station. The journey takes just seven minutes. The airport train station includes a passenger lift and is located directly in front of the airport. Tickets are sold on board for just 0,72 Eur. Train schedules can be found at www.litrail.lt. Taxis can be found outside the Arrival Hall or they can be ordered in Vilnius Tourist Information Centre at the Arrival Hall A. The price for a taxi from the airport to the city centre is around 10 Eur. For up-to-date information on flights, schedules, new routes and airlines see www.vno.lt
Lithuania has a well-developed rail network. Direct rail links between Lithuania and Belarus, Russia and Poland provide convenient and inexpensive connections. Vilnius is the focal point for rail connections in the region. Vilnius Railway Station is situated close to the Old Town, just across the street from the bus station. Walk to the Old Town in ten minutes by going straight ahead and down the hill. The city centre can be reached by trolleybuses No. 1, 2, 7, 20 and buses No. 1G, 53. Taxis are parked in a number of places nearby. Routes and schedules are available at www.litrail.lt
There is a choice of international bus lines directly connecting Vilnius with other European cities. Buses are the cheapest but least comfortable method of reaching Vilnius. Routes and schedules are available at www.eurolines.lt and www.ecolines.lt. The city’s bus station is centrally located. It is only a five-minute walk to the main train station and ten minutes to the Old Town. Public transport can be found in the immediate area. The city centre can be reached by trolleybuses No. 1, 2, 7, 20 and buses No. 1G, 53. Tickets can be bought from the driver for 1 Eur. Taxis are parked in a number of places near the station.
By Car - Vilnius can be reached by using the following routes:
- Vilnius – Kaunas – Klaipėda, highway A1 (E67, E85, E28) 311,40 km
- Vilnius – Ukmergė - Panevėžys, highway A2 (E272) 135,92 km
- Vilnius – Minsk, highway A3 (E28) 33,99 km
- Vilnius – Varėna – Gardinas, highway A4 34,46 km
- Vilnius – Utena, highway A14 95,60 km
- Vilnius – Šalčininkai – Lyda, highway A15 (E85) 49,28 km
- Vilnius – Prienai – Marijampolė, highway A16 (E28) 137,51 km
Speed limits for motorcars on highways from 1 April to 31 October is 130 km/h, from 1 November to 31 March -110 km/h. On roads with asphalt or concrete pavement, the speed limit is 90 km/h, on other roads the speed limit is 70 km/h.
Road Traffic Regulations. Traffic drives on the right side of the road in Lithuania. Summer tires must be used between 1 April and 10 November, and winter tires between 10 November and 1 April. During the daytime, drivers of motor vehicles and motorbikes must drive with dipped headlights.
Transportation to the Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva from the Airport
Vilnius International Airport (VNO) is located nine kilometres south of the city. From the airport, you can easily reach the railway stop via the pedestrian walkway from the airport terminal. In only 8 minutes, the train takes you from the airport to the train station in downtown Vilnius. Once you arrive at the train station, grab a taxi or jump on a bus that brings you north to Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva on Konstitucijos pr. 20. From the airport, you can also go by bus to the city center.
The trolley buses and ordinary buses offer smooth transport when you wish to explore the city.The Vilnius travel plannerhelps you to navigate the city’s public transport system easily by providing information on routes and timetables, tickets, zone information and the best way to reach your destination.
About 5 km south of the hotel, Vilnius train station is the junction when traveling to and from the center. Just outside the station, you can easily find a bus that takes you to Radisson Blu Lietuva on the other side of the river Neris. Buses leave the station frequently and the ride to the hotel takes about 20 minutes.
Buses go all over the capital and there’s a bus stop only 100 meters from the hotel, making it a great starting point when exploring the city.
Thinking of bringing your car? Don’t hesitate – there is free parking at the Radisson Blu for hotel guests and subject to availability.
Taxis are available from the airport: http://www.vilnius-airport.lt/en/planning-a-trip/how-to-reach/taxi/