- Vilnius International Airport is the biggest with 2,048,439 passengers and 37,839 flights in 2008.
- Kaunas International Airport is the fastest growing, low-cost airport in the Baltic states. In 2010 Kaunas Airport served more then 800,000 passengers and offered 18 direct routes to European cities. More information about getting to Kaunas you can find on www.kaunas-airport.lt
- Palanga International Airport is an international airport located in the western part of Lithuania near Klaipeda and the Baltic Sea, offering flights to Riga, Oslo and Copenhagen.
- You are welcome to book your flights with airBaltic - the official carrier of EuroBasket 2011 at www.airbaltic.com
You can find the most convenient routes for Basketball fans at EuroBasket 2011 in Lithuania here: www.busticket.lt
Lithuania can be reached by bus from the follwong countries:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Great Britain, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Scotland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Ukraine.
for more information: www.autobusustotis.lt, www.eurolines.lt, www.ecolines.lt, www.kautra.lt
Within the country there are convenient bus connections between all host cities. For more information visit:
Within the cities, public transportation is mostly done by buses.
Vilnius - www.vilniustransport.lt
Kaunas - www.kvt.lt
Siauliai - www.busturas.lt
Klaipeda - www.klaipedatransport.lt
Alytus does not have a normal bus system. People ride microbuses, there's a whole lot of different microbus companies. Schedules can be found on the sites: www.alytausgidas.lt, www.marsrutai.info/alytus
By Train: By Boat:
There are direct train connections to Vilnius from 6 countries (for more information: www.litrail.lt): Belarus, Latvia, Kaliningrad, Russia, Poland, Ukraine.
Klaipeda can be reached by ferry from these cities (for more information: www.krantas.lt
Karlshamm (Sweden), Kiel and Sassnitz (both Germany).