Relaxed life

A place to build the life you want

In Lithuania, there’s no need to choose between a fulfilling career and a fulfilling life.

Work-life balance

Work-life balance is a key part of the Lithuanian work culture. Here, both employers and employees value quality leisure time, and create plentiful opportunities for it. Instead of wasting hours on long commutes, locals prefer to squeeze in a morning run or a yoga session at the park. And with a generous parental leave policy, quality time with the little ones is a given. All this adds up to a perfectly balanced life in Lithuania.

11th for work-life balance in OECD countries

Up to 2 years of paid parental leave

Vilnius in the TOP5 of most affordable EU capitals for expats

Cities that inspire

From Baroque Vilnius to Modernist Kaunas and artsy Klaipėda, each Lithuanian city has its own unique feel to it. What unites them is the abundance of action – from jazz festivals to psy-trance parties, and from slam poetry nights to outdoor yoga sessions. No matter if you’re a foodie, a movie-goer or modern art lover, your calendar will always be full.

Nature is everywhere

With over a third of the country covered in forests, nature is at everyone’s doorstep in Lithuania. Forests, lakes, rivers, 90 kilometres of seaside and a wide network of nature trails are all waiting for experience-hungry explorers. The country is truly green, so there’s plenty of opportunities to escape the urban hustle and bustle without actually leaving the city!

In Lithuania, days are shaped by nature and culture, not by long commutes and work hours.

Family focused

In Lithuania, you get to focus on what really matters. With one of the most generous parental leaves in the EU, families get plenty of time to bond. And a wide selection of non-formal education options and kid-friendly activities (from walking trails to petting zoos) guarantees that the little ones are both entertained and developed.

Affordable living

Live close to the action

€600

for a studio apartment rent in Vilnius downtown

Enjoy one of the fastest Internet connections in Europe

€11

and you will have a super fast broadband

Save environment and money

€29

for a monthly public transport pass

Discover new flavours every day

€7

is enough to eat out for lunch

Stay fit at a bargain

€37

is the average price for a monthly gym membership

Benefit from budget-friendly daycare

€370

a month can get you a private kindergarten or a public one even for less

Success stories

Senior Data Scientist

Andrea Coifman

Two weeks – that’s how long it took for Andrea to find a job in Vilnius. Originally from Venezuela, she moved to Lithuania from Denmark to work as a Senior Data Scientist at Devoteam. We discussed with Andrea the pros of living in Lithuania, moving countries during the pandemic, and mentoring young tech specialists.

QA Engineer

Amarachi Nzekwe

After starting her career in Ibadan, Nigeria, QA Engineer Amarachi Nzekwe decided to spend a year working at an ICT company in Kaunas. Three years and a global pandemic later, she has moved cities, changed jobs, and documented her journey on her YouTube channel. We sat down with Amarachi to talk about vlogging, career moves, and the tech scene in Lithuania.

Head of User Acquisition & Ad Monetisation

Stefano Accossato

Stefano came to Lithuania from Italy on a whim as a volunteer indoor climbing instructor and has been living and working here for 9 years now. Having learned the ins and outs of AdTech, user acquisition, and ad monetisation on the job, he says that Lithuania is uniquely open to new ideas and that Lithuanian companies give their employees lots of space and opportunities to grow, regardless of age or background.

Front-end Developer

Alex Wong

Hailing from sunny Spain, Alex Wong exchanged programming agricultural machinery back home for developing front-end applications in Vilnius. With Alex, we talked about learning to code online, LinkedIn connections and the hard choice of which Lithuanian basketball club to support.

Head of Content

Emma Young

Having spent several years living and working around the world, Emma landed in Lithuania, where she now heads the Content division at Hostinger. We caught up with Emma to discuss her unexpected career trajectory, the challenges of leading an international team, and how to overcome cultural differences.