Travelling to Kaunas by car is hassle-free from Riga, Warsaw, Vilnius, Klaipėda and pretty much the rest of the cities in the surrounding region. You have to pay for parking in the central part of Kaunas 8 am – 6 pm from Monday to Friday (no charge on weekends – except the Town Hall Square, where the hours are 8 am-midnight), except public holidays. To pay for parking, you can use the Unipark app, your contactless bank card or Euro coins. More on parking in Kaunas here.
Major cities in Lithuania, as well as Bialystok and Suwalki in Poland, are connected to Kaunas by rail. In the future, the undergoing Rail Baltica project will ensure fast and comfortable connections between Kaunas and Riga, Tallinn and Warsaw. In the meantime check: Train schedules and tickets | LTG Link
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences
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