Flights from Rome to Vilnius
If you want to fly to Vilnius, the beautiful capital of Lithuania, from Rome, you can trust UIA to secure a safe and comfortable trip for you. Board the PS306 flight in Fiumicino Airport to reach the Boryspil Airport in Kyiv and then, almost immediately, the PS183 flight will take you to the Vilnius International Airport. For your trip back, use PS184 flight to get to Boryspil, and then PS305 to come back to Rome. In addition, keep in mind that the earlier you buy your tickets, the cheaper they are going to cost, so be resolute and plan ahead!
Vilnius is the largest city in Lithuania famous and known for its baroque buildings. One of them is the famous Palace of the Grand Dukes of Lithuania, which is a powerful symbol of a reborn, independent country. You should also visit the Museum of Genocide Victims. It’s placed at the former headquarters of the KGB, which is why its second, unofficial name is “KGB Museum”. By visiting it, you will find out more about the darker period of Lithuanian history and pay respects to its victims.
Furthermore, you can also find old churches built in the late Gothic style in Vilnius. The best examples include the ancient St. Anne's Church or baroque Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit. Even if you have no interest in religion, these creations are bound to fascinate you.
Apart from offering comfortable and safe flights, UIA also has a Panorama Club loyalty program, with the help of which you can easily get discounts on the flights. To achieve this, you should simply buy tickets and fly from one country to another, getting 5-10 miles for each 1$ spent on the flight. Later you can profitably exchange these miles for discounts and additional services. If you love to travel, with Panorama Club, you will love doing it even more.
*The price is valid as of 17-02-2020 for a one-way flight, when purchasing a round-trip ticket. The number of tickets for this offer is limited.
License АG No. 505921 issued to UIA by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine on 06/27/2012.