Data Last Updated: February 22, 2021
Lithuania is open to travellers visiting for tourism purposes.
The country has recently updated its travel restrictions. Starting September 1, it will only allow entry for foreigners coming from the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Andorra, San Marino, the Vatican, Iceland, Lichtenstein, and Norway.
Foreign nationals from third countries are not yet allowed to enter for tourism purposes.
Before arriving in Lithuania, all persons must register on the website of the National Center for Public Health (NVSC) by filling in an electronic form and submitting the correct data and receive a QR code.
Starting February 8, 2021, travellers from all countries are required to present a negative Covid-19 test result upon their arrival in Lithuania. The test should be taken no longer than 48 hours upon entry. Self-isolation for a period of 10 days will also be mandatory.
For more information - Covid-19 Information for Travelers
Mask is required to be worn in all public indoor, public transport and all outdoor areas.
Authorities in Lithuania make wearing face masks on public transport and in all enclosed shopping spaces mandatory from Aug. 1 despite low coronavirus disease (COVID-19) infection rates in the country.
Most nonessential businesses have reopened provided they implement strict hygiene and social distancing requirements Authorities continue to encourage remote working when possible. Authorities may reintroduce, extend, or otherwise amend restrictions at short notice dependent upon the evolution of disease activity in the region.
Outdoor mass events up to 1000 people and indoor mass events up to 200 people are allowed with certain distance restrictions. The limit of people allowed to congregate is lifted, and outdoor sports activities are allowed.
Airlines & Transport
Passenger flights from Lithuania to foreign countries have resumed since May.
As of Aug 10, passenger rail service to Poland has been temporarily suspended; freight rail services are unaffected by this measure.
Status of Opening to Tourists
Information based on tourists place of residence being in that country for the last 14 days
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
British Virgin Islands
Central African Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo
Isle of Man
Northern Mariana Islands
Papua New Guinea
Republic of Congo
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos
U.S. Virgin Islands
United Arab Emirates
Wallis and Futuna
Last updated: October 27, 2020
Since June 16, 2020, Lithuania has been slowly reopening its borders for tourism. As of August 9th, more EU nations and a few third-party countries can now travel to this beautiful country without restrictions.
Who Can Enter Lithuania As Tourist?
As of the moment, only EU nations and select third-party countries with a low infection rate over the last 14 days can enter Lithuania without testing and/or quarantine.
Here's the list of the countries that can enter without quarantine:
Here are the countries that can enter subject to quarantine:
To clarify, if the country's coronavirus incidence rate exceeds 16 cases per 100 000 population in the last 14 days, that's the time territories are deemed to be virus-infected. These measures also apply in the cases where tourists have traveled through the affected countries in transit such as by car, and public transport. However, travel by air without leaving the airport transit area is an exception.
As of October 16, all travelers coming from Italy, Liechtenstein, and Bulgaria must go on a mandatory quarantine upon arrival in Lithuania. These countries have been added to their list of COVID-19 high-risk countries.
Lithuanian residents and citizens must complete a 14-day quarantine if they are returning home from one of these countries: link here. The same applies to travelers returning or arriving from the countries on that list.
Entry Requirements For Lithuania
All the approved countries listed above must also:
- Fill out the passenger arrival form upon arrival.
- Travelers should agree to temperature scans at the airport.
- All travelers should have a health travel insurance that covers COVID-19.
October 6 update: Authorities in Lithuania will no longer require travelers from high-risk areas to submit a negative COVID-19 test prior to departure starting Oct. 2. However, they are still required to self-isolate for 14 days on arrival, which can be reduced to 10 days if a test taken after 8 days of self-isolation will turn out negative.
Health Measures and Safety Protocols
- Wearing of masks is mandatory in all enclosed public places such as public transportation, shops, supermarket, etc.
- Travelers must follow social distancing measures.
- Indoor gatherings are permitted but limited to not more than 200 people.
What's Open in Lithuania?
Most non-essential businesses have reopened provided they implement strict hygiene and social distancing requirements. Authorities continue to encourage remote working when possible. Authorities may reintroduce, extend, or otherwise amend restrictions at short notice dependent upon the evolution of disease activity in the region.
Some of the following are open (but not all), subject to social distancing and limited operations:
- Hotels and accommodations
- Public transportation
- Restaurants, cafes, and bars mainly for outdoors
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Information for Non-Tourists
All travelers arriving from countries with more than 16 cases per 100,000 population over the last 14 days must self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
Starting Aug. 10, travel from Netherlands and Iceland is indefinitely suspended. Lithuanian citizens or foreigners arriving for work, or with a special permits, will be allowed entry but will have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
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Graph of COVID-19 Cases In Last 30 Days