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    • Lithuania is a Northeastern European country which combines what is regarded as Scandinavian - progressive, orderly, clean, natural and attractive, as well as what is regarded as Eastern European – new, rapidly developing, on the rise, and as yet undiscovered.
    • International business presence in the EU, Scandinavian and Eastern markets. Excellent infrastructure and communications network. High operational quality at a competitive cost. Financial support and fiscal incentives for businesses. Non-financial support.
    • The following types of legal entities are permitted to operate in the Republic of Lithuania: 1) individual enterprise (sole proprietorship) (PĮ); 2) general partnership (TUB); 3) limited partnership (KUB); 4) public limited liability company (AB); 5) private limited liability company (UAB); 6) non-profit organization; 7) state enterprise; 8) municipal enterprise;...
    • Government of the Republic of Lithuania www.lrv.lt
    • UAB Eksportera Kriviu Str. 48-28, Vilnius LT-01209 Lithuania tel.+370686 26102 skype: gintaras152 e-mail: info@exportera.lt info@exportera.eu www.exportera.eu
    • The most common business start-up money comes from savings or family loans. If you lack the funds for business start-up or business development, you can use one of the following funding opportunities:
    • Transport & logistics – excellent geographical location and infrastructure; prime transport centre in the region linking the EU with the East
    • … extended from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea and was the largest country in Europe in the 15th century. By the end of the 14th century, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania occupied the territories of present-day Belarus, Ukraine, and parts of Poland and Russia.
    • Vilnius City Municipality intends to announce a tender to select an investor for renovating the street lighting system using its own and borrowed funds, and operate it for 23 years after its renovation. City is looking for possibilities to switch to LED-based technological solutions, which would mean the investment of...
    • 40% of Lithuanian talent is concentrated in science and technology with 50% of researchers below the age of 45. Lithuania has a pool of 18,000 R&D researchers and scientists in various fields. Lithuanians are authors of a cheaper, but no less effective, version of an existing medicine for treating cancer...
    • Half of the Baltic States’ economy
    • Lithuania is a Northeastern European country which combines what is regarded as Scandinavian - progressive, orderly, clean, natural and attractive, as well as what is regarded as Eastern European – new, rapidly developing, on the rise, and as yet undiscovered.
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    • ARRIVALVilnius is a modern and rapidly developing European city. You can arrive in Vilnius by air, by train, by bus or coach or by car.ACCOMMODATION  It is recommended to book a room at a hotel at least a week in advance.
    • Before starting your meanderings around the streets of the Old Town, and its churches, museums, craft workshops and galleries, it is worth getting a bird’s eye view of Vilnius and taking in a panoramic view of the city.
    • Vilnius is one of the most interesting capitals of Eastern Europe. When in Vilnius you will see the most beautiful sites of the Old Town, however… you might pass by without learning about the legends of the city, Lithuanian customs and traditions, without tasting Lithuanian dishes, without feeling the medieval...
    • As with all large cities, Vilnius does not lack for interesting events all year round. There are various cultural events, festivals and celebrations taking place either in the open air, in halls or in non-traditional venues. Below is information on some of the major city events each year.
    • ACTIVE LEISURE All year round in Vilnius those fond of active leisure will find something to do. In winter there is skating on ice rinks, even skiing on special slopes. In spring, summer and autumn one can go cycling around Vilnius and its picturesque environs, or one can go horseback riding...
    • Baroque city on the verge of two worlds
    • Useful links Lithuanian Association of People with DisabilitiesGėlių St. 7Tel. +370 5 269 1308www.negalia.lt Social Institutions Information Centre – Souvenir Shop Pilies St. 42-17 Tel. +370 5 260 8478 One can see and acquire original souvenirs made by the disabled people here.
    • Vilnius City Card is oriented towards tourists who want to gain better knowledge of the city. There are three types of card:  • Valid for 24 hours with public transport ticket; • Valid for 24 hours without public transport ticket; • Valid for 72 hours with public transport ticket.
    • The Tourism Division of Vilnius City Municipality has the honour to announce the competition “Vilnius Hospitality 2011” that is going to last for the whole summer. Both city dwellers and guests are invited to visit internet website www.vilnius.lt/hospitality until the 30th September and to vote for the most hospitable hotels,...
    • Vilnius Tourist Information Centre – an excellent adviser on how to spend your time purposefully in Vilnius! By visiting our centres you will: • learn about the best places of interest, museums, cultural events, entertainment; • receive free city guide and a map of Vilnius; • be able to acquire...
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    • Vilnius is one of several European capital cities at the crossroads between West and East, South and North. This special position is reflected not only by the variety of its architectural styles, but also by the spirit of the city. Vilnius is Lithuania’s capital and also its most important city.
    • Museum lovers will not be disappointed by the Lithuanian National Museum, the Museum of Applied Art and the Vilnius Picture Gallery. Admirers of contemporary art will find it worth visiting the Contemporary Art Centre, while those who wish to feel the chill of the dreadful totalitarian era inflicted on Lithuania...
    • All art galleries and handicraft workshops are concentrated in the Old Town and city centre. The largest galleries organise various exhibitions where they present the works of different generations of Lithuanian and foreign artists; smaller galleries usually house small alternate collections of contemporary authors, and finding a mature work or...
    • Arka Gallery
    • Aušros Vartų St. 5Tel.: +370 5 266 5233, +370 5 266 5216, +370 698 52075E-mail bilietai@filharmonija.lt www.filharmonija.lt Congress Concert HallVilniaus St. 6/16Tel. +370 5 261 87 07E-mail kongresai@lvso.lt www.lvso.lt Vilnius Teacher's HouseVilniaus St. 39St. Catherines ChurchVilniaus St. 30Tel. +370 5 212 2603E-mail info@kultura.lt www.kultura.lt
    • Cathedral
    • Gedimino ave 4Tel. +370 5 262 9771E-mail info@teatras.lt www.teatras.lt  Lithuanian National Opera and Ballet TheatreA. Vienuolio St. 1Tel./fax +370 5 262 0727, +370 615 51000E-mail info@opera.lt www.opera.lt  State Small Theatre of VilniusGedimino ave 22Tel. +370 5 249 9869E-mail ausra@vmt.lt www.vmt.lt  Lithuanian Russian Drama TheatreJono Basanavičiaus St. 13Tel.
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    • Vilnius does not lack for interesting events all year round. There are various cultural events, festivals and celebrations taking place either in the open air, in halls or in non-traditional venues. Below is information on some of the major city events each year.Information about events www.vilnius-events.lt  1 January DAY OF...