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Getting from Vienna to Vilnius(Lithuania)????

by AnatolyZ

Hello my dear travel pals!!
I need to get from Vienna to Vilnius(Lithuania) in mid decedmber -about christmas time and i'm deeply concerned how is it possible to get there in the cheapest way????
I tried to check options but couldn't find something vital..
Thank you very very much...
hope to help you as well afterwards...
Regards..

Re: Getting from Vienna to Vilnius(Lithuania)????

by AnatolyZ

If nothing is relevant from Vienna to Lithuania i would be very glad also to hear about other options to get to my place from nearests cities,,,(especialy from Budapest/Bratislava etc..)....
thank you very much...

Re: Getting from Vienna to Vilnius(Lithuania)????

by HansDK

Air Baltic have flights via Riga from EUR 95/one-way - http://www.airbaltic.com/public/index.html?language=1

Eurolines have a bus every Tuesday plus extra bus on 20.12 - EUR 101/one-way
http://www.eurolines.at/en/home/

Re: Getting from Vienna to Vilnius(Lithuania)????

by r13

Other option is to go via Prague. There are several buses Vienna-Prague each day with Eurolines or http://www.studentagency.eu/

Then Eurolines to Vilnius http://www.autobusubilietai.lt every second day.... But it is 20 h on the bus...

Travel Tips for Vienna

Public gardens in Vienna

by Fam_Stoica

The Viennese have gone to great lengths to brighten the urban landscape with patches of green. The Habsburgs opened and maintained the city's primary public gardens throughout the last four centuries; the areas became public property after WWII. There are several parks along the Ring, including the Stadtpark, Resselpark, Burggarten, and Volksgarten, and in nearly every suburb of the city. The gardens of Schloss Schonbrunn and Schloss Belvedere are particularly beautiful.

Few words in German (Austrian)

by ealgisi

Here are some words you might like to know:

good evening: Abend
good night: guade Nocht
hi / hello: hallo / servas
good day: grias God
good morning: Morgen
good bye: Wiedaschaun
bye: pfiat Di
thank you: donksche
sorry: tschuldige
cheers: prost / servas
please: bitte / bittsche
bless you: Gsundheit
I feel sick: mir is schlecht

The state of preservation

by iandsmith

Everywhere you look, everything is spic and span. Every building has that "cared for" appearance. Many look like they were only painted or cleaned yesterday or, in some cases, today!
The almost total lack of graffiti, the lack of rubbish in the streets, all lends a surreal air to the city. You can't believe a city can actually be that tidy.
You can't believe there aren't beggars on every street corner. It's so squeaky clean.

The Schoenbrunn palace ...

by ALONA

The Schoenbrunn palace The name comes from the beautiful fountain (Schönner Brunnen), which was built around a spring that Emperor Matthias (1557-1619) found while hunting. It may not look like a modest dwelling, but this Baroque palace is a much diminished version of the grandiose imperial centerpiece that was first planned. Actually this palace was chosen by Maria Theresa as the base for her family and her court. After Nikolaus Pacassi renovated the palace, there were about 2000 rooms, a chapel, and a theater.

If you speak german that a big...

by sabe

If you speak german that a big plus, but you'll get around fine with just english too, so don't sweat it. Running around with a parlor, screaming 'Nein nein ich sprechen nich nein deutche nein nein' won't help you either. Just so you know.

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