Activities

Tourism marketing

2013-02-27

State Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Economy is responsible for national tourism marketing and marketing activities implementation, the main three fields of marketing activities are as follows: increase the awareness of Lithuania in foreign markets, introduce its tourism products and build a positive brand image; increase inbound tourism flows; encourage domestic travel and reduce the influence of seasonability.

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Tourism market surveillance

2013-06-28

State Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Economy, following the competency as assigned by Lithuanian laws, carries out monitoring and control of different tourism services providers.

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Tourist rights protection

2013-02-27

State Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Economy, following the competency as assigned by Lithuanian laws, deals with the consumer complaints for travel packages which can be submited both to the Department or the State Consumer Rights Protection Authority.

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Other activities

2013-07-12

State Department of Tourism under the Ministry of Economy carries out tourism projects, financed from EU structural funds. On regular basis international and national tourism tendencies are analysed and Lithuanian tourism statistics is provided by request.

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Impressive Increase in Tourist Number in Lithuania

2016-08-26

In the first quarter this year, organisations providing accommodation services in Lithuania received as many as 11 per cent more tourists compared to the same period last year. In the period from January to June, around 1.2 million tourists stayed in Lithuania. Lithuanians accounted for slightly less than half of them, namely, 46 per cent (548,000), meanwhile, foreigners accounted for 54 per cent (652,000) of all tourists coming to Lithuania. Most tourists arrived from Belarus (76,500), Germany (72,000) and Poland (70,000).

 

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UNWTO Europe Meeting discusses digitalization and new business models

2016-05-27

Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, this week hosted representatives of 34 countries for the 60th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for Europe. Discussions focused on major tourism trends and the priorities and agenda of the Organization for the region. The meeting was followed by a seminar on new business models.

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