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Booking a ferry to or from Lithuania couldn't be easier with AFerry. You can either use the booking form at the top left of the page.


More about Lithuania

Lithuania is quickly turning into one of the most interesting countries Europe has to offer.

Bordering with Latvia to the north, Kaliningrad (Russia) to the west and Poland to the south-west, Lithuania has plenty of great places to eat, sleep and see.

Although for many people from Britain Lithuania is one of those countries that disappears into the grey area of our general geographic ignorance, only to surface once a year at the Eurovision song contest, you will be richly rewarded by a visit to this former Soviet country.

Lithuania Travel Guide

Lithuania has plenty to offer with quaint villages, fantastic cities and intriguing folklore around every corner. Although perhaps not as popular as the most famous destinations like New York, Lithuania has the shops, restaurants and night-life to match that of the `Big Apple'.

Although for many people from Britain Lithuania is one of those countries that disappears into the grey area of our general geographic ignorance, only to surface once a year at the Eurovision song contest, you will be richly rewarded by a visit to this former Soviet country.

You will be richly rewarded by a visit to this former Soviet country.


Travelling in Lithuania

The car is often a sure fire bet for travelling around Lithuania, though it is always worth knowing that the rules of the road are different in Lithuania than in the UK. For example, it is possible to do a U-Turn on the motorway there, and it is often possible to turn right at a red traffic light (when this is possible, there will often be a little white square next to the green light). The upshot of all this is that it is necessary to be extra careful when walking and driving around Lithuania.

Trains often represent a much cheaper way of travelling round. On average the train system in Lithuania is good, with links between most major cities. One thing worth knowing is the fact that long distance trains often have cabins for four to six people to share the journey together in bunk beds. There is also no guarantee these compartments will be single sex. So you have been warned.


Things to see in Lithuania

There are loads of shops in Lithuania. These temples to consumerism can be a great place to have a day out it seems: you start off shopping, then have a coffee break at one of the caf├ęs, then continue with your shopping before finishing off the deal with a dinner at one of the restaurants - all within the same mall.

Gariunai, on the Western edge of Vilnius, is also the Baltic's largest open air market. Here, you can find merchants not just from the far flung regions of Lithuania but from as far away as the Ukraine. It is therefore definitely worth a visit.

There is another major attraction to draw the mature tourist towards Lithuania: its beer. This beer is reputed by many to be as good as some of the finest lagers that Western Europe can supply - and asking for the local brew is apparently a sure-fire way to wins friends and charm people.

Asking for the local brew is apparently a sure-fire way to wins friends and charm people.

AFerry.co.uk offers the best way to find the cheapest ferry routes to Lithuania with its easy to use booking form. Begin your holiday on a ferry and start relaxing straight away!

Reviews

  • 02 Dec 2018
    celojums
    • Erts brauciens

      Review by NIKOLAJ

  • 05 Feb 2017
    ok
    • not bad

      Review by Norbertas Jokubauskas

  • 07 Jul 2014
    well
    • Hi, The most unexpected drawback for me were the reclining seats. I am a little over 180 cm tall and it was a struggle for me to fit my feet between the seat in front of me. Luckily nobody was sitting in front and the seat was not lowered for sleeping purposes. Since there was someone sitting behind me, I did not dare to lower my seat. Well, because of that I honestly had close to no sleep actually. I have sailed several times to Sweden and Finland before (not DFDS ships) but for similar price I had at least a bed in the shared cabin. So I can not agree with the current pricing completely. The breakfast was good enough, for the price asked at least, but I did not find the choice of salads to my liking. I only found one mixed salad to try and it was a rather sour tasting (red), most likely Lithuanian national, but I would have preferred any caesar or waldorf formula instead. P.S. I was on that route/ship first time and I could not find the entrance to the reclining seats room at first since those are not marked on the maps of the deck. Anyway, it all was ok in total, except the extremes of reclining seat issues. I might consider ships from Stockholm next time since sleeping before driving further is essential =) Best Regards, J.M. mcjaaq@hotmail.com

      Review by Janar Muerkhain

  • 22 Dec 2012
    brilliant journey!
    • I was travelling, fist time and it was a brilliant journey!

      Review by Andrei

  • 07 Oct 2012
    A dream instead of driving through Poland!
    • I have driven from Italy to Lithuania several times but this was my first time through Kiel via Ferry. Fantastic! I havn't seen a Traffic-light in the whole trip. If you are thinking about it, just do it: GO Ferry!

      Review by Tony Meschino

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