Druskininkai is the southernmost town in Lithuania. There are 12,441 inhabitants in the town, and 22,331 in the municipality as a whole (according to the census of 2018). Area: 454km².
Reaching Druskininkai by car is easy. The distance to Vilnius and Kaunas is only 120km, and to the Latvian capital of Riga it is about 330km. The distance between the town centre and the border with Belarus is nine kilometres, and the border with Poland is only 60km away. The nearest major town in Belarus is Grodno (about 45km away), and the nearest Polish city is Augustow (about 100km away).
By car it is also easy to reach some of the neighbouring capitals. It takes about four hours to reach Warsaw (at a distance of about 350km), while the distance to Minsk or Kaliningrad is similar, not counting time taken in crossing the border (amounting to a distance of about 300km).
Anyone arriving from Vilnius or Kaunas airports can reach Druskininkai in just two hours by bus, taxi, or by arrangement with the host office in Druskininkai. Transporting guests, especially groups, by means of hotel transport is widely practised. Individuals can hire drivers in Druskininkai who will provide transportation services. For more information, please contact Druskininkai’s Tourism and Business Information Centre by phone or email.