Getting to Tirana

Tirana is situated in the heart of Albania, so you can come here easy from all the directions. The aeroport is so close the city, just 20 minutes away. But you can get here by bus, by ferry, by car or by taxi. It depends on you

Tirana’s Nënë Tereza (Mother Teresa) airport,17km northwest of Tirana, is a 30 minute drive from the city Centre. For all the tourists who come in Tirana for first time, there is a tourist information center, where everyone can find useful information where and how to go. Beside the baggage ...

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You can come with bus from all neighboring countries: Kosovo, Montenegro, Macedonia and Greeece. Every city of Albania also has a direct bus to Tirana, the capital. Despite the popularity of intercity bus travel in Albania, Tirana remains the last city in the universe without a bus station. Buses drop ...

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Driving to Albania is an option now that roads and safety have greatly improved - but don’t expect to get there quickly. Coming from Greece, expect long queues and grinding bureaucracy. The Kakavija and Kapshtica crossings are open 24hrs; Qafë Boti near Konispol and Tre Urat near Permet open ...

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There are ferry lines from several Italian cities to the ports of Durrës, Shengjin and Vlora. Flying to Corfu and using the daily passenger ferry to Saranda (see www.ioniancruises.com) is often the cheapest way to reach South Albania from Western Europe TAGS: Getting to Tirana By Ferry, By Ferry ...

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Tirana is a big city, but the most important things you have to see, can be reached by walking around. If you just want to have a fast image of Tirana, just walk down from Skanderbeg square to “Deshmoret e Kombit” Boulevard. You will have the chance to see the National Museum, the Mosque, ...

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