As Vilnius' traditional annual St. Casimir's Fair kicks off this Friday, there will be street closings and public transportation changes that are worth knowing about for anyone traveling into, within or through the city.
© Organizatorių nuotr.

Until 4:00 AM on 7 March, car traffic will be prohibited along Gedimino prospektas, T. Vrublevskio g., Šventaragio g., Pilies g., Didžiąją g. (and around Town Hall), Barboros Radvilaitės g., Maironio g., Totorių g. and Aukštaičių g. Vehicular traffic will also be restricted along the odd-numbered side of Vokiečių g.

Numerous public buses will also have their routes altered as a result of the fair. Changes have been made to the routes of the 10, 11, 33, 88 and 102N buses, and delays can be expected along the 1G, 3G, 22, 53 and 73 buses and the 2, 3, 4, 6 ,10 and 12 trolley buses. For more information, refer to this release by Vilnius Transport (Lithuanian).

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