General Drone Rules in Lithuania for Flying a Drone
Our advise is always to be up to date with the latest news and conditions before you decide and perform a drone flight.
– All drones with weight 25 kg + have to be registered by the LCAA. Also the pilot have to be licensed – Visual eye contact during flight is required. – Keep distance to Airports and Aircraft. – The drone can fly at max high of 120 meters. Above this high – you need Permit from LCAA. – Forbidden to fly near Military objects and facilities. – If you intend to fly over Military Structures – you need to get special Approval – from the National Defense System. More information about this permission you can find – on this web page. – The absolute minimum of distance to buildings, people, public areas – is 50 meters. – Day time flights. – Always keep good practices when fly your drone – check the technical condition before each flight. – In case the you lose eye contact with the drone – you need immediately to inform the near air traffic control tower. You can take the phone number on the official website.
We always advise to be informed and educated about the newest Drone Rules in Lithuania when you planning a fly. The latest news and drone regulations you can read on the official website of LCAA. Be prepared and well equipped and have a nice drone flights!
Trakai is the old capital of the country, and one of the most beautiful elements in it is the castle in the city, which is so beautiful and fairytale that it seems to have been built to motivate visitors to be constantly tempted to buy and send postcards with photos of the castle. It was built on a small island in the middle of Lake Galwe. Due to the fact that it is one of the main centres of power of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the Gothic castle, built of red bricks and built in the 14th century, has always played an important role in the history of Lithuania. Throughout the year, the island’s castle offers many exhibitions, museum exhibitions, as well as historical artefacts and sacred works of Lithuanian history that visitors can get acquainted with. Many cultural events are also organized in the area, including the Trakai Castle Festival, which is more than curious.
The old city of the capital Vilnius
The Old Town of Vilnius is a true medieval treasure included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. It is one of the largest, most preserved and best maintained medieval cities in Europe. The Old Town of Vilnius is also the largest old town, built mainly in Baroque style in Eastern and Central Europe. The city is located at the point where the rivers Vilnius and Neris merge, making it one of the greenest and most natural cities in the world. Here you can safely stroll down the old cobblestone charming streets, exploring a fantastic architecture that is almost completely lost. In the old city of Vilnius you are immersed in a forgotten age that will remind you of the times you have read about in the books. The well-maintained buildings of the Castle, Vilnius University (the oldest in Central and Eastern Europe), the city’s central cathedral, which has a six-century history, the Franciscan Church and Monastery, the Dominican Church of the Holy Spirit and all the beautiful Orthodox Churches part of the exquisite buildings that will charm you with their charm.
The Palace of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in Vilnius
There are still disputes between historians in Lithuania when the first important public building was built on the site of the palace in the capital Vilnius. It is believed that as early as the 13th and 14th centuries there were traces of a large stone building on this site, with some archaeologists believing that there was a wooden palace in the past that was destroyed in the past. in invasions of foreign tribes. Notwithstanding the lack of reliable evidence of how many buildings existed on this site and why they were destroyed, there is no doubt that this space has always been crucial to the social, political and economic life of Lithuania. During the Middle Ages, local rulers repeatedly rebuilt and rebuilt castles at the site, as fires, disasters, and invasions often destroy what was built.