On 1 January 2015 Lithuania joined the euro area and started using the euro in place of the Lithuanian litas at the exchange rate of 1 euro = 3.45280 litas. Eesti Pank, like the other central banks of the euro area, will exchange litas banknotes for euros until the end of February at no charge... more
The exhibition ‘Lithuanian Money from the Litas to the Euro’ opens on 13 January in the Eesti Pank museum. It tells the story of the history of money in Lithuania and is being presented to coincide with the adoption of the euro in Lithuania. The exhibition will run until the end of February.... more
From today until the end of February, Eesti Pank will join other central banks of the euro area in exchanging Lithuanian litas banknotes for euros at the central rate with no charge to offer support for Lithuania as it joins the euro area.
On 1 January 2015 Lithuania joined the euro area... more