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Frequently Asked Questions
Why You should visit Albania?
Albania is full of history, including the beautiful UNESCO towns of Berat and Gjirokaster, which have some of the most beautiful examples of Ottoman-era houses. Another important site is Butrint, an ancient Greek and later Roman city. Albania is growing in tourism. From beautiful nature to the more modern urban attractions, there’s so much to discover. Since tourists are still discovering Albania, its many beaches along its Riviera are full of coves. The water is exceptionally clean and clear and often a gorgeous turquoise color.
How much money do a tourist need for 7 days in Albania?
For 7 days in Albania you can stay starting from 299€ per person, including the hotel, transfer from port or airport and breakfast.
How do I get to Albania?
Nënë Tereza International Airport is a modern, well-run terminal 17km northwest of Tirana. There are no domestic flights within Albania. You can go to Tirana with direct flies from Roma, Milano, Venezia, Pisa, Verona, Bologna, Vienna, Frankfurt, Athens, Budapest, Londra, Pristina, Istanbul, Dortmund, Dussedorf, Hamburg, Bruxelles.
One of the most popular ways of reaching Albania is by ferry. Most of them depart from Italy and arrive at either Durrës, Vlora or Saranda, although some come from Greece too. Ferries for Durrës leave from Ancona, Bari and Trieste. If you go to Brindisi, you can catch a ferry to Vlora and Saranda. You can rich Albania by car, from Kosovo, Macedonia, Greece and Montenegro.
How safe is Albania for tourists?
Albania is completely safe and welcoming of tourists. Add to that the fact Albania is one of the cheapest countries in Europe, it’s a great time to visit.
It’s pretty safe to travel around Albania with most locals being hospitable and welcoming. Violent crime rarely affects travelers unlike the questionable driving habits of the locals.
It’s Albania expensive to visit?
Albania is a very cheap destination. You can spend a phenomenal week travelling through the country without breaking the bank. Tirana is the most expensive town in the country, but you still won’t spend too much compared to other eastern European cities.
Do I need a visa for Albania?
Visitors to Albania must obtain a visa from one of the Albanian diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the visa exempt countries or are qualified for visa-free entry. Entering with a passport is required. Passports must be valid for at least 3 months from the date of arrival.
What currency can I use in Albania?
The lek is the official currency of Albania, though the euro is widely accepted. You will get a better deal for things in general if you use lek. Accommodation is generally quoted in euros but can be paid in either currency.
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