Do I need a Visa?

Created: 2015.09.09 / Updated: 2017.08.30 09:42

List of countries whose citizens do not require short-stay* visas to enter or travel on transit through the Republic of Lithuania:

  1. Albania (for holders of biometric or diplomatic passport only);
  2. Andorra;
  3. Antigua and Barbuda; 
  4. Argentina;
  5. Armenia (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  6. Australia;
  7. Austria**;
  8. Azerbaijan (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  9. Bahamas;
  10. Barbados;
  11. Belgium**;
  12. Brazil;
  13. Bosnia and Herzegovina (for holders of biometric or diplomatic passport only);
  14. Brunei Darussalam;
  15. Bulgaria**;
  16. Canada; 
  17. Cape Verde (for holders of diplomatic and official passports only, for a period not exceeding 90 days per period of 180 days);
  18. Chile;
  19. China (for holders of diplomatic and official passports only, for 30 days from the day of entry); 
  20. Colombia;
  21. Costa Rica;
  22. Croatia**;
  23. Cyprus**;
  24. Czech Republic**;
  25. Denmark**;
  26. Dominica;
  27. East Timor;
  28. Estonia**;
  29. Finland**; 
  30. France**;
  31. Georgia (for holders of biometric and diplomatic passports only);
  32. Germany**;
  33. Greece**;
  34. Grenada;
  35. Guatemala;
  36. Honduras;
  37. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (for holders of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region passport only);
  38. Hungary**;
  39. Iceland**;
  40. India (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  41. Indonesia (for holders of official and diplomatic passports only);
  42. Ireland**;
  43. Israel;
  44. Italy**;
  45. Japan;
  46. Jordan (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  47. Kazakhstan (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  48. Kiribati;
  49. Korea (South);
  50. Latvia**;
  51. Liechtenstein**;
  52. Luxembourg**;
  53. Macau Special Administrative Region (for holders of Macau Special Administrative Region passport only);
  54. Macedonia (for holders of biometric passport only);
  55. Malaysia;
  56. Malta**;
  57. Marshall Islands;
  58. Mauritius;
  59. Morocco (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  60. Mexico;
  61. Moldova (for holders of biometric, diplomatic and biometric service passport only);
  62. Monaco;
  63. Montenegro (for holders of biometric passport only);
  64. Netherlands**;
  65. New Zealand;
  66. Nicaragua;
  67. Norway**;
  68. Oman (for holders of diplomatic, official and special passport only);
  69. Palau;
  70. Panama;
  71. Paraguay;
  72. Peru;
  73. Philippines (for holders of diplomatic and official passport only, no longer than  21 day);
  74. Poland**;
  75. Portugal**;
  76. Romania**;
  77. Russia (for holders of diplomatic passport only);
  78. Saint Kitts and Nevis;
  79. Saint Lucia;
  80. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines;
  81. Samoa;
  82. San Marino;
  83. El Salvador;
  84. Serbia (for holders of biometric passport only, excluding holders of Serbian passports issued by the Serbian Coordination Directorate (in Serbian - Koordinaciona uprava));
  85. Seychelles;
  86. Singapore;
  87. Slovakia**;
  88. Slovenia**;
  89. Spain**;
  90. Sweden**;
  91. Switzerland**;
  92. Taiwan (for holders of passports with identity card number);
  93. Tonga;
  94. Trinidad and Tobago;
  95. Turkey (for holders of diplomatic, official and special passports only);
  96. Tuvalu;
  97.  Ukraine (for holders of biometric passports only);
  98.  United Arab Emirates;
  99.  United Kingdom**;
  100.  United States;
  101.  Uruguay;
  102.  Vanuatu;
  103.  Vatican City (Holy See);
  104.  Venezuela;
  105. United Nations Laissez-passer allows the holder to travel to the Republic of Lithuania without a visa not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period.

* Not exceeding 90 days in any 180-day period. Aliens which purpose of entry into the Republic of Lithuania is long stay (more than 90 days) shall apply for National visa (type - D): Online visa application form 

**Citizens of the selected states who wish to reside in Lithuania for a period longer than 90 days in any 180-day period must apply for a certificate signifying their right to temporarily reside in Lithuania. Required documents must be submitted to a Migration Unit of the Territorial Police Office in whose service citizen has declared or intends to declare a place of residence. Registration for the visit can be made online at ePolicija.

Citizens of other countries, travelling to the Republic of Lithuania, require visas.