Prices in Lithuania

Report
SURVIVAL GUIDE
Create The World Of Your Dreams
Spring Course’ 15
Kaunas, Lithuania
10-19th April ,2015
Contents
Magical Lithuania.............................................................3
History .......................................................................4
Landscape..................................................................4
Language.........................................................................5
Alphabet .....................................................................5
Pronunciation .............................................................5
Some sentences..........................................................6
Numbers.....................................................................6
Culture ............................................................................7
Lithuanian Heart- Kaunas.................................................8
History........................................................................9
How to reach Kaunas.................................................10
Get around................................................................11
What to see?..............................................................11
Documentation................................................................12
Insurance, Medical treatment......................................12
Isic..............................................................................12
Prices in Lithuania............................................................13
Useful stuff......................................................................14
Time zone...................................................................14
Weather......................................................................14
Food...........................................................................14
Electricity....................................................................14
What else to bring?.....................................................15
Contacts...........................................................................16
Embassies........................................................................17
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Magical Lithuania
The State of Lithuania is an independent and democratic
republic. In Lithuania the powers of the State are exercised by the
Seimas (the Parliament), the President of the Republic, the
Government, and the Judiciary;
State Emblem: white Vytis against a red background;
National Flag. The colors are yellow, green, and red;
Total area: 65,300 sq. km.
Population: 3 million;
Ethnic Composition: Lithuanians – 83.7%, Polish – 6.6%, Russians
– 5.3%, Belarusian’s – 1.3%, others – 3.1%;
Religion: Roman Catholic (approximately 80% of the total
population);
Language: Lithuanian;
Capital: Vilnius. The city was officially established in 1323. The Old
Town of Vilnius is one of the largest (360 ha) and prettiest in the
Eastern and Central Europe included on the UNESCO World
Heritage List;
Currency: Litas (EUR 1 = LTL 3.45280).
Climate: oceanic/continental. Average temperature in July is
+17°C, in January – -4.9°C, in October -+8°C;
Local Time: GMT + 2 hours;
Coastline: 99 km;
International phone code: +370;
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History
Lithuanian lands were united under MINDAUGAS in 1236; over the next
century, through alliances and conquest, Lithuania extended its territory to
include most of present-day Belarus and Ukraine. By the end of the 14th
century Lithuania was the largest state in Europe. An alliance with Poland in
1386 led the two countries into a union through the person of a common ruler.
In 1569, Lithuania and Poland formally united into a single dual state, the
Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. This entity survived until 1795, when its
remnants were partitioned by surrounding countries. Lithuania regained its
independence following World War I but was annexed by the USSR in 1940 - an
action never recognized by the US and many other countries. On 11 March
1990, Lithuania became the first of the Soviet republics to declare its
independence, but Moscow did not recognize this proclamation until
September of 1991 (following the abortive coup in Moscow). The last Russian
troops withdrew in 1993. Lithuania subsequently restructured its economy for
integration into Western European institutions; it joined both NATO and the EU
in the spring of 2004.
Landscape
The Lithuanian landscape is
predominantly flat, with a few
low hills in the western uplands
and eastern highlands. The
highest point is Aukštasis at 294
meters. Lithuania has 758 rivers,
more than 2 800 lakes and 99
km of the Baltic Sea coastline,
which are mostly devoted to
recreation
and
nature
preservation. Forests cover just
over 30% of the country.
Movie about Lithuania:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v_baiTuFJWo
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Language
Lithuanian (lietuvių kalba) is the official state language of Lithuania and is recognized as
one of the official languages of the European Union. There are about 2.96 million native
Lithuanian speakers in Lithuania and about 170,000 abroad. Lithuanian is a Baltic
language, closely related to Latvian, although they are not mutually intelligible. It is
written in an adapted version of the Roman script. The Lithuanian language is believed to
be the most conservative living Indo-European language, retaining many features of Proto
Indo-European now lost in other Indo-European languages.
Alphabet
A
a
Ą
E
H
K
P
U
Ž
ą
e
h
k
p
u
ž
B
Ę
I
L
R
Ų
C
Ė
Į
M
S
Ū
Č
F
Y
N
Š
V
D
G
J
O
T
Z
b
ę
i
l
r
ų
c
ė
į
m
s
ū
č
f
y
n
š
v
d
g
j
o
t
z
Pronunciation
Reading Lithuanian is a bit complicated. Mostly you pronounce words as they are written.
There are some exceptions, and differences with other languages:
Ą – ą – pronounce like normal A, but much longer
Č – č - as in “chair”
E – e - as in “elephant”
Ę – ę - as in “cat”
Ė – ė - There is no word that begins with the letter Ė
in English
Y – y – as in “eagle”
Į – į - as in “eagle”
Š – š – as in “share”
Ų – ų – as in “roof”
Ū – ū – as in “roof”
Ž – ž – as in “bourgeoisie”
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Labas
Labas
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Some sentences
- Labas rytas - Good morning
- Laba diena - Good afternoon
- Labas vakaras - Good evening
- Labanakt - Good night
- Labas – Hello
-Taip-Yes
-Ne - No
- Viso gero - Goodbye.
- Prašau - Please.
- Ačiū - Thank you.
- Sveiki atvykę - You are welcome.
- Atsipašau - Sorry.
- Kiek tai kainuoja? - How much is it?
- Ką tokia/toks mergina/vaikinas daro
tokioje vietoje? - What´s a (girl/boy) like
you doing in a place like this?
- Koks tavo zodiako ženklas? - What’s
your sign (of the zodiac)?
- Aš braškė, valgyk mane! - I’m a
strawberry, eat me!!
- Aš tave myliu! - I love you!
- Ar tiki meile iš pirmo žvilgsnio, ar
turėčiau pro tave praeiti du kartus? Do you believe in first look love or I have
to walk in front of you twice?
- Lietuviškas alus yra geriausias
pasaulyje! - Lithuanian beer is the BEST
beer of the world.
- Tu tokia graži… - You’re so beautiful...
- Tu toks gražus… - You’re so
handsome...
Numbers
Vienas - one
Du – two
Trys – three
Keturi – four
Penki – five
Šeši – six
Septyni – seven
Aštuoni – eight
Devyni – nine
Dešimt – ten
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Vienuolika – eleven
Dvylika – twelve
Trylika – thirteen
Keturiolika – fourteen
Penkiolika – fifteen
Šešiolika – sixteen
Septyniolika – seventeen
Aštuoniolika - eighteen
Devyniolika – nineteen
Dvidešimt - twenty
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Culture
The culture of Lithuania has been
influenced by geography, historical events,
and artistic movements. Various cultural
changes occurred throughout Lithuania's
transformation from a former country of
the Soviet Union to an independent Baltic
state. Lithuanian is Lithuania's official
language, and most Lithuanians are Roman
Catholics. Folk is an influential genre on
Lithuanian music, literature, and film.
Lithuania has a long history of folk, popular
and classical musical development.
Lithuanian folk music is based primarily
around polyphonic music played on flutes,
zithers (kanklės) and other instruments.
Lithuania has a lively drama scene. Many
film festivals exist, such as Kino
Pavasaris and the AXX Commercial Film
Festival Contest. Film tradition has
emerged
throughout
Lithuania's
occupation by the Soviets. A popular
Lithuanian film classic is Velnio Nuotaka,
which is based upon folk tales.
A major theater in Lithuania is the
Lithuanian National Drama Theater.
Another theatre, the Vilnius Little
Theatre, was founded by Rimas
Tuminas. Vilnius Little Theatre produces
Shakespeare
plays
and
other
productions. Several directors are
important to Lithuania's theatre scene.
Eimuntas Nekrošius is a major part of
Lithuania's theatre movement and has a
theatre company, Meno Fortas.
Lithuania's literature is based upon
folklore tradition. Song books began
publishing in the sixteenth century. The
first Lithuanian book was Katekizmas
(Simple Words of Catechism) by
Martynas Mažvydas in 1547.
Lithuania is historically one of the most
prestigious and successful teams in
international competition, winning
medals in three out of five Olympic
tournaments, coming away with three
consecutive bronze medals.
Lithuania's art community is famous for
Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis (1875–
1911). Čiurlionis was a nationally renowned
musician and artist in Lithuania. His
symphonic compositions, Jūra ("The sea")
and Miške ("In the forest"), were the first
full length pieces from a Lithuanian
musician.
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Kaunas - the heart of Lithuania
Kaunas with nearly 400 thousand inhabitants is one of the most significant cities of
Lithuania. It is not only a city of old traditions, but also a large centre of business
and industry. It can also lay claim to be a city of young people with over 35,000
students studying at one of the seven universities here.
Meet 3000 devils in the heart of Lithuania. Enjoy Jazz Festival or Classical music
during the Pazaislis music festival. Be the first to discover the bird flight from the
roof of Resurrection church, feel free and be brave to try professional acrobatic
flights, wake a pilot inside you. Believe in the second “religion”- basketball and
shake the famous Europe basketball players by the hand. Indulge water activities
like yacht regattas or water biking. That is what you can do here, in our city Kaunas.
Major facts about the city
Kaunas is the second biggest city in Lithuania, located in the center of the country
on a confluence of two biggest country's rivers - Nemunas and Neris. In 1920-1940.
Total area of the city - 15.700 ha, number of inhabitants - over 350.000. Kaunas is a
huge culture center, rich in museums. There are also 26 libraries, 17 theatres, 20
folklore ensembles, various other art, sport collectives. In Kaunas work 7
universities, study 35.000 students. Every year various festivals take place: Pazaislis
Music Festival, "Kaunas Jazz", musical "In Kaunas Castle", modern dance festival
"Aura", modern music festival "Iš arti“. One of the most famous culture event city's birthday "Kaunas City Days", celebrated on May.
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History
Brief history of Kaunas city
First mentioned by chroniclers in 1361. To defend from crusaders attacks a brick castle
was built, soon it became an important part of city's defence system. In 1408 Vytautas
the Great gave Kaunas Magdeburg rights. Since then the city started to expand rapidly,
grew its importance as a center of trade with West Europe and as a harbour. In 16th
century were built first school, public hospital, pharmacy and until the end of the
century Kaunas became one of the best formed city in the Great Duchy of Lithuania.
In 1812 Napoleon army was moving across the river Nemunas. During the war city was
wasted for 2 times. In 1862 first railway was built, in 1898 first electric power station
started to work - all that helped to develop city's industry and trade. However further
development was suspended by World War I.
After russians took country's capital Vilnius, state's council and the Cabinet moved to
Kaunas. When Vilnius was occupied by Poland in 1920, Kaunas became temporary
capital and the most important city of Lithuania. In the years of independence Kaunas
expanded greatly, number of inhbitants increased, industry prospered. In 1924 buses
started to run, in 1928 plumbing was installed. Unfortunately this prospering of the city
was terminated by Soviet occupation.
Legend about Kaunas
During a hunt, Lithuanians chased the king of Lithuanian woods – aurochs (the
European bison) to the backwoods and killed it at the confluence of Nemunas and
Neris. But then hunters noticed, that in between the horns of dead animal is the cross,
made of wood branches. So they startleyd and sacrified the animal to the gods by
burning him down. And now Kaunas stands in this place and it has the king of woods
with the cross on this horns in the coat of arms.
Origin of the name
Nobody really knows, were do the name Kaunas comes from. There are a few versions.
The primary meaning of word Kaunas could be deep, low. Root kaun- could come from
Indo-European root kau – (deep and low). Last version is saying that the name Kaunas
came from the family name, which can be found even in our days. Kaunas might be the
ruler of local people. Sometimes name Kaunas is related to the word “Kautis” (to fight).
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How to reach Kaunas?
If you are coming to Kaunas from Vilnius airport
Official Vilnius airport webpage:
http://www.vilnius-airport.lt/en/
FROM AIRPORT: You can choose between two possibilities:
 The bus No.1 goes to the train/bus station (the fare is about 2.50Lt).
 The train which goes to Vilnius railway station (the fare is about 2.00Lt-2.50Lt). (It is recommended to go
by train, the trip would take only 7 min and the train goes directly to Vilnius railway station without stop)
TO KAUNAS:
 You can take a bus. Bus station is across the street from Train station.
The fare is 22.00 LT, with student’s card 11.00 LT.
Bus runs from 5:40 and the last one goes at 22:45, you can check
http://www.autobusubilietai.lt/index.php?cl=select&lang=1
 You can take a train from train station where you can come with train (directly from airport) or bus .
The fare is 7.00 – 10.00 LT with student’s card.
Train rides from 5:20 and the last one goes at 19:20, you can check
http://www.litrail.lt/wps/portal/!ut/p/c1/04_SB8K8xLLM9MSSzPy8xBz9CP0os3h3C2N_VzcPIwMDH3NHAy
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TO OUR OFFICE FROM KAUNAS BUS STATION:
Cross the and take a trolleybus number 5, 7, 13, 14 or 16, bus 39 and get out in a bus stop Pašilės.
TO THE HOSTEL:
You will have a possibility to enjoy the time in Kaunas living in its’ heart-center. All the information about
hostel and how to get here is on their web page. So enjoy- http://r-hostel.lt/
If you are coming to Kaunas airport
Official Kaunas airport webpage:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AlqP8YUf2_R7dDgyeUN3bTRvZjRMNTZSaEZveVF
NTHc&hl=lt#gid=2
FROM AIRPORT:
A city bus line No.29 serves the airport going on the route Kaunas Airport (Karmelava) – Savanoriu Ave. –
Bus station – Panemune – Viciunai. Get out in Bus station stop.
You can check the schedule of bus line No.29 here:
http://www.marsrutai.lt/kaunas/en/#Routes/,3079,25107
TO OUR OFFICE:
Cross the street and take a trolleybus number 5, 7, 13, 14 or 16, bus number 39 and get out in bus stop
Pašilės.
Good luck in planning your trips!
Very important: let us know when and how you will arrive!!!
Have questions about arriving? Feel free to ask [email protected]
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Get around
Kaunas has well developed public transport system. There are 16 trolleybus
routes and 47 bus routes inside of the city. Buses and trolleybuses one time
tickets can be bought in the transport (usually we use electronic tickets system,
but for one time travel It is not necessary). Price for one journey is 2.4 LTL (0.70
EUR) you can buy it directly form the bus driver. For the students with ISIC (or
Lithuanian student card of course ) the price is 1.2 LTL (0.35 EUR). Tickets
purchased from the driver are already validated.
What to see?
Kaunas has several districts and sites interesting for tourists. The Old Town is the
area mostly built between XIV and XVII centuries, resembling buildings in Gothic,
Renaissance, and, Baroque architecture. Open spaces, parks, and places of
interested are in the compact New Town as well as some different locations. A
walking tour is the best way to see the Old Town of Kaunas.
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Documentation
EU citizens can visit Lithuania just bringing their national ID cards. People from
other countries should bring their passport and might need a visa. If this is your
situation and you need some certificate to justify your assistance to event,
please let us know as soon as possible. Sometimes there are problems with
mail and a fax is not enough.
Insurance, Medical treatment
If you come from a European Union
country you only need the EU sanitary
card (the blue one), so if you need medical
assistance, you should present your card
which will give you the same entitlements
as a Lithuanian Citizen - medical care free
of charge and the refund of part of the
cost of medicine.
If you are not a citizen of the European Union but your country has signed an
agreement for medical care with Lithuania (you can find out about this in the
Social Security in your country), you should bring the appropriate form and act
in the same way as members of the European Union.
If you are not a citizen of the European Union and your country hasn’t any
medical agreement with Lithuania, you will have to take out a private medical
insurance.
This should give you full coverage for medical care during your stay in
.
Lithuania.
ISIC
ISIC- gives students access to tens of
thousands of student services and
benefits worldwide.
http://www.isic.org/
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Prices in Lithuania
Supermarkets
LT
Eur
0,5 litre beer
2.00-4.00
0.58-1.16
0,5 litre coke
~2.70
~0.80
0,5 litre water
~1.50
~0.43
0,5 litre vodka
~16.00-26.00
~4.63-7.53
Chips
~2-2.50
~0,58-0.72
1kg apples
~2.00
~0.58
1kg bananas
~4.00
~1.16
1kg oranges
~4.00
~1.16
Cigarettes
8.00-10.00
2.30-2.90
0,5 litre beer
5.00-9.00
1.44-2.60
Dinner
15.00-25.00
4.00-8.00
Pizza
8.00-15.00
2.30-4.00
Deserts
5.50-10.00
1.45-3.50
A cup of coffee
2.50-6.00
0.70-1.80
A cup of tea
2.50-3.50
0.70-1.00
Coctails
7.00-12.00
2.00-5.00
Pubs or pizzerias
Most shops in Lithuania open from 8:00-10:00 in the morning to
20:00-23:00 every day of the week. One big supermarket is working
24 hours per day. Alcohol can be only bought form 8.00 till 22.00.
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Useful stuff
Time zone
Lithuania is in the Eastern European Time Zone. Eastern European Standard
Time (EET) is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+2). Like most
states in Europe, Summer (Daylight-Saving) Time is observed in Lithuania,
where the time is shifted forward by 1 hour; 3 hours ahead of Greenwich
Mean Time (GMT+3). After the Summer months the time in Lithuania is
shifted back by 1 hour to Eastern European Time (EET) or (GMT+2). It is one
hour ahead of CET (Central European Time).
Weather
Lithuania's climate, which ranges between maritime and continental, is
relatively mild. Average temperatures on the coast are −2.5 °C in January and
16 °C in July. In Vilnius the average temperatures are −6 °C in January and 16
°C in July. During the summer, 20 °C is common during the day while 14 °C is
common at night; in the past, temperatures have reached as high as 30 or 35
°C. Some winters can be very cold. -20 °C occurs almost every winter. Winter
extremes are −34 °C in coastal areas and −43 °C in the east of Lithuania.
Food
Lithuanians like to eat a lot and enjoy good food. Our traditional cuisine is
pretty simple but has a variety of interesting dishes. Rye, potatoes, various
meat, beet root, mushrooms and dairy products are often used when
preparing Lithuanian food.
http://ausis.gf.vu.lt/eka/food/fcont.html
Electricity
The voltage in Lithuania as well as the socket and plug sizes is identical to the
most of European countries (220V / 50Hz).
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What else to bring?
•Passport
•Travel insurance
•Student card (ISIC)
•Photo camera and cable for it
•Extra noney for food, shopping and etc.
•Alcohol, to keep normal body temperature
•Personal higene items
•Towel
•Swimsuit
•Medications
•Music instrument, if you have any
•Comfortable clothes and shoes
•For International Evening: ingredients of the national dish you're
making, typical alcohol of your country, something to present your
country with (a flag or something).
•Costumes and other items that suits the topics of social parts
•Something cosy and warm , because the weather in Lithuania is
unpredictable.
•And the most important thing, we need is... YOU with your good
mood and will to work hard and party harder!
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Contacts:
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. 
Gilvilė Stankevičiūtė - Main Organiser
Phone: +3706 2657341
E-mail: [email protected]
Ingrida Pivoriūnaitė - Participant Responsible
Phone: +37060011642
E-mail: [email protected]
Emergency number: 112
Fire station:
011
Police:
022
Ambulance:
033
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Embassies
EMBASSIES
1.
Embassy of Austria
Adress: Gaono g. 6, LT-01131, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 266 05 80, fax (370 5) 279 13 63
Mail: wilna-ob @ bmeia.gv.at
2. Embassy of Belgium
Adress: Kalinausko g. 2B, LT-03107, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 266 08 20, fax (370 5) 212 64 44
Mail: vilnius @ diplobel.fed.be
3.
Embassy of Bulgaria
Adress: Pylimo 8/ Palangos 2, 01118, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 249 92 74, fax(370 5) 261 91 74
Mail: vilnius @ bgembassy.lt
4. Embassy of Czech Republic
Adress: Birutės g. 16, LT-08117, Vilnius
Tel: (5) 266 10 40, (5) 266 10 41, fax (5) 266 10 66
Mail: vilnius @ embassy.mzv.cz
5. Embassy of Denmark
Adress: T. Kosciuškos g. 36, LT-01100, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 264 87 60, fax (370 5) 231 23 00
Mail: vnoamb @ um.dk
6.
Embassy of Estonia
Adress: A. Mickevičiaus g. 4 A, LT-08119, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 278 02 00, fax (370 5) 278 02 01
Mail: sekretar @ estemb.lt
7. Embassy of Finland
Adress: Klaipėdos g. 6, LT-01117, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 212 16 21, fax (370 5) 212 24 41
Mail: sanomat.vil @ formin.fi
8. Embassy of France
Adress: Švarco g. 1, LT-01131, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 212 29 79, fax (370 5) 212 42 11
Mail: ambafrance.vilnius @ diplomatie.gouv.fr
9. Embassy of Germany
Adress: Z. Sierakausko g. 24/8, LT-03105, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 210 64 00, fax (370 5) 210 64 46
Mail: germ.emb @ takas.lt
10. Embassy of Greece
Adress: Didžioji 33/Rūdininkų 2, LT-01128, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 261 05 26, fax (370 5) 261 05 36
Mail: embassy @ grembvil.w3.lt
11. Embassy of Hungary
Adress: Jogailos g. 4, LT-01116, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 269 00 38, faksas (370 5) 269 00 39
Mail: office @ vengrijosambasada.lt
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12.Embassy of Italy
Adress: Universiteto g. 4, LT-2001, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 212 06 20, faksas (370 5) 212 04 05
Mail: ambasciata @ ambitvilnius.lt,visti
13.Embassy of Ireland
Adress: Gedimino pr. 1, LT-01103, Vilnius
Tel: + 370 5 2629460
Mail: vilniusembassy @ dfa.ie
14.Embassy of Latvia
Adress: M.K. Čiurlionio g. 76, LT-03100, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 213 12 60, fax (370 5) 213 11 30
Mail: embassy.lithuania @ mfa.gov.lv
15.Embassy of Norway
Adress: K. Kalinausko g. 24, LT-03107, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 261 00 00,fax (370 5) 261 01 00
Mail: emb.vilnius @ mfa.no
16.Embassy of Portugal
Adress: Gedimino pr. 5, LT-01103, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 262 05 11, fax(370 5) 262 05 03
Mail: embport @ get2net.dk
17.Embassy of Poland
Adress: Smėlio g. 20 A, LT-10323, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 270 90 01, fax (370 5) 270 90 07
Mail: ambpol @ tdd.lt
18.Embassy of Russia
Adress: Latvių g. 53/54, LT-08113, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 272 17 63, fax (370 5) 272 38 77
Mail: post @ rusemb.lt
19.Embassy of Slovakia
Adress: Smilšu iela 8, LV 1050, Riga
Tel: (371) 781 42 80, fax (371) 781 42 90
Mail: embassy @ riga.mfa.sk
20.Embassy of Spain
Adress: Algirdo g. 4, LT-03220, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 231 39 61,fax (370 5) 231 39 62
Mail: emb.vilnius @ mae.es
21.Embassy of Sweden
Adress: Didžioji g. 16, LT-01128, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 268 50 10,fax(370 5) 268 50 30
Mail: ambassaden.vilnius @ foreign.ministry.se
22.Embassy of United Kingdom
Adress: Antakalnio g. 2, LT-10308, Vilnius
Tel: (370 5) 246 29 00, fax(370 5) 246 29 01
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