How to get to Vilnius?
Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, a city that has preserved a lot of unique attractions, most of which are concentrated in the area called Old Town.
This article will tell you how to get to Vilnius.
On the route Moscow-Vilnius runs the mass of aircraft of various airlines, among them - Aeroflot, Transaero, S7, airBaltic, Utair, etc.
The minimum ticket price is 5000 rubles, the maximum is unlimited. Travel time is about one and a half hours.
There are four routes to Vilnius from Moscow: 219 I Moscow-Kaliningrad, 029Ч Moscow-Kaliningrad, 005Т Moscow-Vilnius, 147Ч Moscow-Kaliningrad. Trains depart from the Belarus station.
Travel time is approximately 15 hours, the average price of a ticket on a reserved seat is 7,500 rubles. So, it turns out that the plane to get not only faster, but also more profitable for the money.
You can get to Vilnius by bus, which leaves from Riga station at 20:00. The journey time is 16 hours, the ticket price is 3,700 rubles.It turns out cheaper than by train and plane, but it’s very uncomfortable to sit in one place for 16 hours.
From Moscow to Vilnius, about 1000 km, which is equivalent to 85 liters of fuel and 3,000 rubles. This means that even in proud loneliness, it is cheaper to get to Vilnius by car, although the path is not long, so it’s advisable to still have a second driver - it will turn out to be even cheaper and safer. In addition, on the way you can visit the Russian hero-city of Smolensk and the capital of Belarus - Minsk.