If you are a visiting scientist or researcher, the university, scientific research institute or private
employer inviting you may offer you accommodation in guest houses or apartments owned by them.
A scientist or researcher may also rent an apartment through real estate agencies.
August through October are the months when finding a suitable apartment for rent may be somewhat more difficult, as this is the time when students go looking for a place to live, therefore it is advisable to start looking for accommodation in advance. The rent for 1 – 2 room apartments in the major Lithuania cities may range from 150 Euro to 500 Euro, whereas in the old towns of such cities, it may start at 300 Euro upwards.
If a scientist or researcher wants to stay in a hotel, information on hotels and prices
can be found here.