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Lithuania: Meetings Guide
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Kaunas – the second largest city in Lithuania – is known for its captivating history, picturesque Old Town, abundance of artistic and educational museums, and a variety of festivals and events. It is located just 100km from Vilnius and keeps the authentic spirit of the country‘s national character alive.
Information about the city

Kaunas is a prosperous city a midst of Lithuania with an authentic character. The internationally admired modernist architecture of the Interwar period adds to the picture of the city’s main pedestrian avenue stretching in rows of linden trees along with wide-open squares almost at the end of every major road. Kaunas’ Interwar architecture has been awarded a European Heritage label and is on its way to the UNESCO world heritage list.

Numerous historical attractions are captivating visitors, including Pažaislis Monastery that contains incredible frescoes by the Italian painter Michelangelo Palloni, or Kaunas castle that dates back to the 14th-century (its ruins are located in the city centre). As Kaunas has many universities, it is pulsing with the energy of youth and is the most student-centred city in Lithuania.

The services provided at Kaunas’ meeting venues are professional and address every need of the visitor. Free high-speed Wi-Fi and quality multimedia tools are available for presentations, as well as equipment for simultaneous interpretation to help smooth the international meetings. Business aside, these venues also offer active entertainment and relaxation options. Conveniently, venues are easily accessible from the airport – Kaunas is around three-hour flight away from the major European countries.

Interesting facts and some useful information
Modern Facilities & Resorts areas

Kaunas city is a great place for holding meetings because it has a number of modern conference facilities that provide quality services in a relaxed atmosphere. Most of the facilities are easily accessible as they are in the city centre. But Kaunas district also has a large number of nature reserves and great recreational opportunities. Among the most distinct places are Kačerginė, Kulautuva and a part of Zapyškis territories, which were recognized and got a resort area status in 2017. These areas give the conference attendees a chance to relax and have team-building exercises. In addition, the city exposes the conference attendees to a unique ambience.


It is easy to reach Kaunas whether by plane, car or a train. Kaunas has an international airport where visitors can fly directly from most of the Europe cities. It takes about an hour to reach Vilnius when travelling by car or train. As an intersection of roads and rivers, Kaunas is a strategic location for holding conferences.


Individuals attending meetings in Kaunas have various interesting places to visit including the famous Devil‘s museum and Kaunas Fort. They can also attend a wide range of festivals and events, such as Kaunas Jazz festival, Songs festival (listed by UNESCO), Hanza days, Kaunas city days, Operetta, Pažaislis Classical Music festival, Bike show, and International Modern Dance Festival.

Map of Exhibition & Conference centers, Conference Hotels, and Unique Venues
Kaunas Tourism Information Centre

We provide accurate information about city’s attractions, events, restaurants, nightlife, shopping, hotels, transportation and much more. Please contact us if you have any questions about Kaunas.

Address Rotušės a. 15, Kaunas LT44279
Phone Number +370 616 238 28