Tirana Transport

If you want to explore Tirana by yourself, or need to get somewhere, you can do it through Public Transport, or by Taxi. But also you can rent a car. There are plenty of opportunities to travel in Tirana city.

Tirana is very busy city, and has more than 20 bus lines. But it doesn’t have a terminal yet. All bus stations are located around Tirana Center, From Kulla Sahatit, to Piazza, behind the Cultural Palace, Behind National Museum, close to National Bank, close to Rruga e Kavajes and Rruga e Elbasanit. ...

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Many buses run between the major cities of Albania. Bus travel is inexpensive and a good way of seeing the countryside. Buses travel nearly always in the day-time, but they do not always run to a regular schedule. A long-distance fare, such as from Tirana to Saranda, costs between 1,000 and 1,200 lek. ...

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Trains- The rail network comprises approximately 470 km of single track, and all trains in Albania are diesel-powered. Rail travel is affordable, but generally considerably slower than other means of transport. The country's first standard railline was built in1947, (Durres-Peqin). The railway system ...

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Book a car today from leading national and international car rental companies. There are many companies offering a car rental service online. Good quality local companies offer competitive prices and flexibility. With their large car fleets and good range of models these companies will provide you with ...

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There are many taxi companies in Tirana. You can find them easily on the Internet, or at most street corners; the prices are pretty much standard. It costs approximately 20–30 euro to reach Tirana from the airport. Inside the city, depending on your destination, you can get around for 3 or 4 euros. TAGS: ...

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