Druskininkai is a resort situated in the southern part of Lithuania, 130 km away from the capital Vilnius. Essentially located in a forest, this small spa town boasts with salty mineral water springs that not only gave the name to the resort, but also became a tourist attraction. Find more about history of Druskininkai and get some tourist information.
Getting to Druskininkai from Vilnius:
By bus that run from Vilnius bus station to Druskininkai bus station. Intercity bus schedule and tickets are available online. Trip length: 2-3 h, single ticket costs EUR 10-15.
How to get from Vilnius airport to Vilnius bus station?
Getting to Druskininkai from Kaunas:
By bus that run from Kaunas bus station to Druskininkai bus station. Intercity bus schedule and tickets are accessible online. Trip length: 2-4 h, single ticket costs EUR 10-15.
How to get from Kaunas airport to Kaunas bus station?
Transfer by private driver or taxi. Trip length: ~2 h, one way trip cost start from 90 EUR.
Citizens of the EU do not need a visa to enter Lithuania as we are a member of EU and Schengen area countries. If you are from any other country, find out about entry requirements here.
Official currency in Lithuania is EURO.
Lithuanian electrical standards are 50Hz, 220 volts. Please check here, if you need a power plug adapter.
Tap water is potable.
In case of emergency dial 112 for police, fire or ambulance.