Lithuania is located in eastern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea, between Latvia and Poland
Colling code: +370
Emergency calls: 112
Time zone during Summer: GMT +3
Eastern European Time Zone: GMT + 2 hours.
Medical service: For entry into Lithuania no vaccinations or health certificates are required. Health insurance policy is optional.
Climate in Lithuania is continental and marine.
Average annual temperature 6.1 C
Average winter temperature –4.9 C
Average summer temperature 17 C
The population of Lithuania stands at 3,349,900, 84.0% of whom are ethnic Lithuanians who speak Lithuanian which is the official language of the country. Several sizable minorities exist, such as Poles (6.1%), Russians (4.9%), and Belarusians (1.1%).
Roman Catholic Church 80%. There are also large communities of Russian Orthodox Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Evangelical Reformation Church, Old Believers, Judaism, Islam, and others.
Government: parliamentary democracy.
The official language of the Republic of Lithuania is Lithuanian, however many speak English, Russian, Polish and German in addition.
Hi - Labas!
Good-bye - Viso gero
Yes - Taip
No - Ne
Thank you - Aciu
Please - Prasau
Sorry - Atsiprasau
Latvia Government Type: Parliamentary democracy
Nationals of EU and EEA member states are free to enter Lithuania. The required travel document for entry is a national ID card or passport.
National currency: 1 Litas.
3.4528 Lt = 1 euro. The currency is experiencing a fixed rate to Euro.
Industries: chemicals, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, oils, textiles, wood and paper processing, electronics.
Natural resources: limestone, clay, quartz sand, gypsum sand, and dolomite, which are suitable for making high-quality cement, glass, and ceramics, mineral water, oil.
1 January - New Year's Day
16 February - Restoration of the State Day (1918)
11 March - Restoration of Independence Day (1990)
6 April - Good Friday The Friday before Easter Sunday
9 April - Easter Monday (Catholic or protestant) The day after Easter Sunday
1 May - Labour Day
6 May - Mother's Day (First Sunday of May)
3 June - Father's Day (First Sunday of June)
24 June - St John's Day/Midsummer's Day (Jonines)
6 July - Mindaugas' Coronation Day (The Day of State)
15 August - Assumption Day
1 November - All Saints Day
25 December - Christmas Day (Catholic or protestant)
26 December - St Stephen's Day