about Druskininkai


Druskininkai is the largest balneological resort within a radius of 500km in the region.It is the southernmost city in Lithuania.

Area: 454km².

There are 12,441 inhabitants in the town, and 22,331 in the municipality as a whole (according to the census of 2018).

Every year the town of Druskininkai is visited by approximately 350,000 tourists, and about half of them are from foreign countries.

In Druskininkai tourists spend about 1.2 million nights staying here.


Coordinates: 54º1’10”N23º58’20”E/54.01944ºN23.97222ºE

Distances between towns:

  • Vilnius – 120 km
  • Riga (Latvia) – 330 km
  • Moscow (Russia) – 900 km
  • Minsk (Belarus) – 300 km
  • Grodno (Belarus) – 40 km
  • Warsaw (Poland) – 280 km
  • Augustów (Poland) – 100 km
  • Kaliningrad (Russia) – 240 km


Average air temperature tº : +7,5º

Average temperature in summer tº : + 22ºC

Average rainfall a year: 661 mm


  • Elbląg, Poland
  • Augustów, Poland
  • Grodno, Belarus
  • Dzerzhinsk, Russia
  • Kolpin area administration of St Petersburg, Russia

Coat of arms

Authors: Arūnas and Agnius Tarabildai, 1994. The coat of arms is in a black frame while there are three stylized silver pines with three golden as if royal crowns of Čiurlionis style, on their tops in its blue background. Pines hold their twigs as if hands and are full of natural Druskininkai wealth. The pyramid triangle is dominant as well as sacral numbers: three, six and nine.

City brand

Author: Emilija Užukauskienė, 2008. The logo consists of the resort’s main symbols – its pine trees, its mineral water streams, and its pump-room, all of which symbolise the natural and therapeutic resources of Druskininkai and the tourist infrastructure. The main version of the sign is a green pump-room and a name, as well as blue tones of water streams, and the pines. The logo can be used with the slogan ‘Druskininkai is a resort of wellness springs’.

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