Vilnius authorities on Wednesday launched an online system for hotels and other accommodation providers for the declaration of the so called "pillow tax", or tourist fee.
Tourists in Vilnius
© DELFI / Andrius Ufartas

turistorinkliava.vilnius.lt on Aug. 1-10 and declare their tax revenues for the past month and transfer the money into Vilnius Municipality's bank account by Aug. 25.

Vilnius introduced the 1-euro-per-night fee in July, with exemptions for minors, schoolchildren and disabled people. A special exemption for larger tourist groups will be in place until the end of this year.

Vilnius authorities expect to get around 2 million euros every year as of 2019 from the fee.

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