|Location||16 Geležinkelio str.|
|Owned by||Lithuanian Railways|
|Train operators||Lithuanian Railways, Russian Railways, Belarusian Railway|
The station was opened in 1861 building the Saint Petersburg – Warsaw Railway and rebuilt after World War II in socialist realism style. The building was renovated in 2001. The railway station is located next to Vilnius Bus Station.
The station is served by the following local and international services:
- Vilnius – Minsk (BY)
- Kaliningrad (RU) – Vilnius – Moscow (RU)
- Kaliningrad (RU) – Vilnius – St. Petersburg (RU)
- Naujoji Vilnia – Vilnius – Kaunas
- Naujoji Vilnia – Vilnius – Trakai
- Vilnius – Šiauliai – Klaipėda
- Vilnius – Ignalina – Turmantas – Daugavpils (LV)
- Vilnius – Varėna – Marcinkonys
- Vilnius – Kena
- Vilnius – Vilnius Airport
The station is also a major Vilnius public transportation hub. It can be reached by trolleybuses, rapid buses, night buses, and regular buses.
- Geležinkelių muziejus
- "Vilniaus geležinkelio stotis". Architektūros ir urbanistikos tyrimų centras. Retrieved 2017-02-03.
- "Lithuanian Railways | E.ticket". www.traukiniobilietas.lt. Retrieved 2017-02-03.
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