46th congress of EPA


14-16 September 2023



 Vilnius, Lithuania


Conference Venue

Radisson Blu hotel Lietuva

Konstitucijos ave 20

09309 Vilnius, Lithuania


Official Language

The official language of the Conference will be English


About Vilnius

Vilnius – the capital of Lithuania is the city situated on the boundary of two ancient – Latin and Byzantine – civilizations. People from all different nationalities, religions and cultures live here and have created a colorful city mosaic. Vilnius has one of the largest Old Towns in Central and Eastern Europe where the buildings of different styles and the network of medieval streets are very well preserved. The Old Town of Vilnius is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List.

In 2023, Lithuania is celebrating a historic event – the 700th anniversary of Vilnius! The time leading up to this jubilee offers you a unique opportunity to discover the legacy built over many centuries, listen to impressive stories, and celebrate the future of the city. Spread the news about Vilnius’ anniversary around the world!

Vilnius has always been an important European city and a cultural and scientific centre in its region. So the anniversary of Vilnius is a special event both for Lithuania and Europe. The 700-year-old city retains its youthful spirit and welcomes the future with open arms. Let’s create a celebration together and travel into a new century of possibilities!

For more information on the anniversary, visit https://www.700vilnius.lt/en/



To get to know the Lithuania country and its culture better, we recommend two unique excursion destinations – our capital Vilnius, and the historic town of Trakai.

  • An excursion around Vilnius is a great opportunity to get to know the capital of Lithuania while riding a bus and listening to an informative audio recording about the city's most important objects, places, history, and people.

Website: www.vilniuscitytour.com.

  • Take a half-day tour to Trakai, the former capital of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Built in the 14th century, the impressive Trakai Castle sits on an island in the middle of Lake Galv?. A historical town, the castle, and the beautiful natural surroundings are what make Trakai one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country. A comfortable bus will take you to Trakai in no time – it’s about 28 kilometers from Vilnius. An English-speaking guide will tell you more about the history of this important Lithuanian landmark.

Website: www.vilniuscitytour.com.


Practical Info



National currency is Euro.


Foreign currencies can be easily exchanged in banks. ATMs can be found in all parts of the city. Cash withdrawals may be made using your credit card. The logos of accepted cards are shown besides the machine. Most internationally recognised bank credit cards are accepted and widely used in all hotels, restaurants and shopping malls where such methods of payment are indicated by the entrance.




The voltage in Lithuania is 220V AC, 50 Hz. Plugs are of the European two–pin variety.


Working hours 


Governmental institutions work from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Shops are usually open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. on weekdays and until 3 p.m. or 4 p.m. on Saturdays. All shopping malls and some of smaller stores are open on Sundays as well. Some supermarkets are open around the clock.


Country Code and Important Telephone Numbers

  • Country Code: +370
  • Emergency Services: 112
  • Information Hotline: 118



In an international survey Vilnius is rated as the safest capital in the Baltic States and also safer than many European capitals. Take care of your money and other valuable things and remember that not all people you meet are what they pretend to be.