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As a member of the European Union of the Schengen area, Lithuania is very open towards expatriation. With its high economic growth rate, the country provides several opportunities to expatriates looking forward to settle here.

If you are planning to move there, make sure you have a good command of Lithuanian or Latvian, for better integration to its society. In all cases, you will enjoy a vibrant lifestyle.

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Lithuania is often called “the land of wood and water” for its many forests and lakes and the untapped potential of an ecotourism destination. This Baltic country lies in northern Europe in between Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and Russia.

Living in Lithuania has one main principle: here are 4 very different seasons. Winter can be very cold and summer can be very hot so it is very important to choose appropriate housing.

Opening bank account is not very hard thing in Lithuania. As in other countries you simply need to get to closest bank. You must have ID or passport. You don‘t need to have stable living place because you can select that all information about your bank account will be delivered to your email. So you fill some papers and you have your Lithuanian bank account. It is totally FREE. You also get „internet banking“ access so you can get into your bank account everywhere, just you must to have the Internet connection (some banks Applications for iPhones and phones with Android OS, so you can access and control your bank account on your mobile phone).

In order to get a driver's license in Lithuania, the first thing to do is contacting one of the numerous driving schools in the country. Driving courses are not free and fees apply. Theoretical courses take about 2 months (people have to take 30 hours theoretical courses). After that, you must take a first aid examination. A trained specialist usually comes to the driving school to teach first aid for a few hours. If you pass the first aid examination, you are supposed to be in a position to give first aid in case of accident! The next step is going to the hospital and take medical examinations for the sight, check the presence of acohol in your blood etc. In general, doctors check people's general health conditions. Once everything's cleared up, you can go ahead with the driving lessons. People must take at least 20 hours driving lessons with a trained instructor. Once completed, you can take the theoretical test at the "Regitra" and, if successful, you can eve

You can find train and bus networks connecting almost all living places from the smallest to the biggest in Lithuania. Bigger city like Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipeda, Siauliai, Panevezys, Utena, Marijampole, Alytus have their own bus networks.

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News and advises about what you can do and find in all Countries crossed by the Baltica Route, from Praha to Helsinki. At the moment, most of articles are about Lithuania, where I live!

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On A Dash of Wanderlust I share my travel adventures, mishaps, and about finding my niche in Vilnius. A Dash of Wanderlust is a blog for people interested in experiencing cultural diversity and biodiversity through world travel and/or expat life.

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My new life in Lithuania where I am setting up a small farm and hope to grow/produce most of my own food and live as self-sufficiently as possible.


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