Bank of Lithuania

Vilnius cash office

 

Kaunas cash office

Banko kasos Žirmūnų g. 151, LT-09128 Vilnius
Banko kasos For international callers: +370 525 12763
Toll-free information line for calls from Lithuania: +370 800 50 500
 
Banko kasos Maironio g. 25, LT-44250 Kaunas
Banko kasos For international callers: +370 525 12763
Toll-free information line for calls from Lithuania: +370 800 50 500

Working hours:  Mon 8:30–18:00, Tue-Thurs 8:30–15:30, Fri 8:30–14:30

 

Working hours: Mon-Wed 8:30–15:30, Thurs 8:30–18:00, Fri 8:30–14:30

On the eve of holidays, working hours are one hour shorter.

 

On the eve of holidays, working hours are one hour shorter.

 
 
The cash offices in Vilnius and Kaunas provide the following services:
  • Sell numismatic items
  • Exchange litas into euro
  • Exchange worn and damaged euro coins and banknotes
  • Provide expert examination of euro and litas
  • Exchange euro banknotes and coins into circulation euro coins – no more than 5 rolls of one denomination per day per person
  • Exchange euro banknotes and coins into commemorative euro coins with the Lithuanian national side – no more than 5 rolls of the same coins per day per person
  • Exchange euro banknotes into larger or smaller denominations
  • Exchange 500–1,000 euro coins per day per person – as many as can fit into a special 1 litre container or the amount of coins to be exchanged for one person per day will not be limited and transferred to the account indicated by the customer within 15 business days. Natural and legal persons wishing to exchange coins have to submit a written request, which can be filled out upon arrival at the cash office or in advance (the request form can be found here (29 KB download icon))

If you wish to receive any of the above-mentioned services at a Bank of Lithuania cash office, please have a personal identification document with you (passport, ID card or driving licence issued in EU).

ATTENTION: the Bank of Lithuania complies with the legislation on the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing and the know-your-customer principle. This is to ensure that the customer’s transactions are consistent with the information available about the customer, their business, risk profile and source of funds. Customers may be asked to provide documents proving the origin of funds at the Bank of Lithuania cash offices.

Payment cards are accepted Bank of Lithuania cash offices

Last update: 06-06-2024