Express shipment to/from Lithuania with savings up to 70 %.

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The main benefits of our service

  • Unbeatable postage costs to Lithuania
  • Delivery speed – express shipping to Lithuania within 1 days
  • Comfortable pickup of the package at any address
  • Maximum transport safety and security of the parcel from Czech Republic and from Slovakia

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How much do letters and packages cost to Lithuania?

See the approximate prices of our shipments by weight. For a concrete price, which also takes into account the shipment’s sizes and a concrete place of delivery, use our postage calculator.

Price of postage to country Lithuania from 15.73 €

Shipment weight Courier Without VAT  
Parcel 0.5 kg DPD Classic 15.73 € Order
Parcel 10 kg DPD Classic 24.31 € Order
Parcel 20 kg DPD Classic 29.58 € Order
Parcel 30 kg UPS Standard 34.08 € Order
Parcel 40 kg UPS Standard 54.04 € Order
Parcel 50 kg UPS Standard 55.50 € Order
Parcel 100 kg TNT Economy 149.88 € Order

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How long does it take to ship to Lithuania?

  • Express shipping of packages, parcels, and documents – delivery within the next working day
  • Standard shipping time to Lithuania – approximately 2–5 working days   


Delivery time may vary depending on the recipient's postal (zip) code. Delivery time is calculated from its forwarding, which in most cases takes place on the same day after it was picked up from the sender's address.

How to send a parcel to Lithuania from the Czech Republic or Slovakia?

  • The shipment must be packed properly, preferably in a cardboard box, without any additional barcodes on it. 
  • The recipient's information should always include his telephone number.
  • Read more about export restrictions.
  • All parcels sent to Lithuania are being cleared through customs with the exception of documents. Customs clearing is always carried out by a shipper, who delivers the shipment. 


All the parcels from the Czech Republic and from Slovakia to Lithuania are being transported by UPS or TNT. The carrier makes two attempts to deliver the package to the recipient’s address. In the case of unsuccessful delivery of the consignment, you can pick the package up in a carrier's local branch. 

Shipping to any place in Lithuania is not a problem for us! We will arrange the delivery of your shipment to favorite destinations as Vilnius, Kaunas, Klaipéda, Šiauliai, Panevéžys, Alytus, Marijampole, Mažeikiai, Trakai, or any other city.  

Nothing impedes the shipment from being delivered as soon as possible. Filling the online form in is enough. 

How to send a parcel from Lithuania?

Do you need to deliver a package from Lithuania to Czech Republic and want to know how much to pay? When importing packages from Lithuania to Czech Republic, we charge an additional cost for its import. For an exact price calculation, it is necessary to know its size and weight of the package.

Rules for transporting of food and medications to the EU

Durable food can be shipped within the EU without restrictions, except food, its storage period is short, or those that require special transporting (ex. refrigerators). Export of alcohol is entirely restricted.

Even the shipping of medications within the EU does not have any specific restrictions. It is assumed they are sent for personal use, and their total number should be appropriate. Suppose you are being treated for a long-term (for example, asthma) and need to get medications for several months. In that case, we recommend you obtain a medical confirmation from your doctor in the English language if any possible complications occur.

You will find more information about sending the medications on the website of the Customs Administrations.

Interesting facts about Lithuania

Lithuania is the southernmost and the largest of the three Baltic countries. Lithuania borders Latvia, Belarus, Russia, and Poland and has direct access to the Baltic Sea, which gives the country tourism and economic benefits. 
Of the approximately three million people, each sixth inhabitant of the country lives in the capital of Lithuania in Vilnius. Its historic city center has been put on the UNESCO World Heritage List for its uniqueness. Lithuania gained independence in 1991 and has become an EU member in 2004. There are many ethnic minorities in Lithuania, which means that people speak not only the official Lithuanian language but also some other, such as Russian or Polish.