The currency is the Litas or LTL.
Stores open from 10 AM to 9 PM during the week and from 10 AM to 5 PM on Saturday; some grocery stores open earlier and close later (8am-10pm or 12pm), they open on Sunday and on days-off but close earlier (5 or 6 PM).
The Internet suffix is: .lt
Good morning = Laba diena !
Lithuanian is the official language of Lithuania and represents the mother tongue of a large majority of the population (80%). However, Russian and Polish are also spoken in the country. Indeed, Russian-speaking citizens represent approximately 9% of the population and Poles, about 7%. Therefore, Russian is the second language of Lithuanians. In Lithuania, there are also some minorities speaking Ukrainian, Bielorussian, Latvian and Tatar. Otherwise, English is used by governments and also in business. Finally, German is also spoken in restaurants where tourists are likely to go.