"How to get there" Kedainiai Transportation Tip by matcrazy1
Kedainiai Transportation: 11 reviews and 11 photos
I got to Kedainai by my car driving there from Poland.
WHERE IS IT ?
7 km west of the main south - north highway E67. Turn to Kedainiai on the half of a way from Kaunas to Panavezys.
E67 leads from Suwalki (Poland) via Kaunas (Lithuania), Riga (Latvia) to Tallin, Estonia and further by a ferry to Helsinki, Finland. This highway is called Via Baltica and mostly of very good quality, partly still renovated.
The closest to Kedainai larger cities are Kaunas to the south and Panavezys to the north - both located along Via Baltica, each at a driving distance approx. 50 km to Kedainiai.
ROAD DISTANCES TO KEDAINIAI
Kaunas - 50 km
Vilnius - 150 km,
Klaipeda - 210 km,
Panavezys - 50 km.
Poland border (direction Warsaw) - 140 km,
Latvia border (direction Riga) - 110 km,
Belarus border (direction Minsk) - 180 km,
Russia border (Kaliningrad district - enclave; Sovetsk) - 190 km.
Warsaw, Poland - 460 km,
Riga, Latvia - 200 km,
Tallin, Estonia - 510 km,
Kaliningrad, Russia - 310 km,
Minsk, Belarus - 340 km.
TRAINS AND BUSES:
You can get to Kedainiai by train or bus as well.
Buses I saw on the way to Kedainiai from Kaunas were mostly old or very old (Ikarus) but it changes... look at the largest Lithuanian bus company called Kautra. Keep in mind that the average speed of local buses (with numerous bus stops) is below 50 km/h. They go faster between Vilnius and Kaunas though.
The international train Riga, Latvia - Vilnius - Kiev - Simferopol (Ukraine) stops in Kedainiai. Trains are mostly slooow: they go over 1 hour from Kaunas and almost 2 hours from Vilnius. Just in case, check European Train Timetable
Type: Car/Motor Home
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