lithuanian Customs Regulations

Lithuania Customs Information

The following goods may be imported into Lithuania by persons over 17 years of age without incurring customs duty:

? 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars or 250g of tobacco or combination, provided amount does not exceed 250g.
? 1l of spirits exceeding 22% volume or 2l of spirits, wine-based spirits or alcohol below 22% volume or 2l of sparkling wine or 2l of spirited wine or 2l of non-sparkling wine.
? 250g of eau de toilette or 50g of perfume.
? 500g of coffee or 200g of coffee extract and essences.
? 100g of tea or 40g of tea extract and essences.

Restricted items
Ethyl alcohol and homemade alcoholic beverages; meat, meat products, dairy products and eggs; military weapons, hunting guns, ammunition, electric fishing equipment, drugs and psychotropic substances, radioelectronic equipment, color photocopying equipment (all require a permit).

Abolition of duty-free goods within the EU
On 30 June 1999, the sale of duty-free alcohol and tobacco at airports and at sea was abolished in all of the original 15 EU member states. Of the 10 new member states that joined the EU on 1 May 2004 and the two states that joined on 1 January 2007, these rules already apply to Cyprus and Malta. There are transitional rules in place for visitors returning to one of the original 15 EU countries from one of the other new EU countries. But for the original 15, plus Cyprus and Malta, there are no limits imposed on importing tobacco and alcohol products from one EU country to another. Travelers should note that they may be required to prove at customs that the goods purchased are for personal use only.

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