Residence Service

Designed for culture promoters, literary writers, translators and artists in other fields of Lithuania and various other countries of the world. We carry out scholarship competitions, participate in and implement international projects. We provide each resident with a separate room with all amenities, a computer, and the internet connection throughout their residence term. Residents can use self-service laundry free of charge, borrow a bicycle free of charge, as well as make use of the conference room, and organise various meetings, trainings or workshops.

In a place surrounded by unique nature with boundless dunes and waters, we create favourable conditions to live and work, nurture and expand international cultural experience, improve communication skills, give presentations of your work, share experience, as well as participate in various creative workshops, conferences and seminars. We are also happy to accept cooperation offers and can contribute to the implementation of your projects, provide a letter of recommendation for the purposes of your scholarship competition.

Accommodation Service

We invite you to have a work and rest period in one of the most stunning Lithuanian resorts – Neringa (Nida). The International Centre for Translators and Writers has created extremely favourable living conditions. We have two houses, offering rooms with all amenities, the internet connection and computers. In providing accommodation services, we give priority to representatives of the cultural community.

Rent of the Conference Room

We offer a space for trainings, workshops, seminars and other events on the ground floor of the Fisherman’s House. During the warm season, part of the activities may be moved to take place outdoors (in the yard area). The Conference Room is equipped with a computer, multimedia, TV, and a multifunction printer. The room can accommodate up to 20 people. When organising events, usually the conference space is rented along with the rest of the accommodation complex (the Fisherman’s House and the German-style House). To find out more, please contact the staff of the International Centre for Translators and Writers.

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