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Useful advice for travelling to Albania (AL)

Albania is well known for its resistance to the Ottoman Empire and extensive Renaissance heritage. Honest and friendly locals, wonderful natural landscapes, and impressive history tales make a trip to Albania a truly rewarding and engaging experience. A holiday in Albania will especially appeal to those who like to combine relaxing rest at the beach and learning about culture.

Preparing for the trip

There is no high risk of infectious diseases in Albania. Those who enter the country from infected areas need to present a yellow fever certificate. It is recommended to get vaccinated against tetanus, diphtheria, and hepatitis A and B as a precaution.

Albania is a Muslim country. In order to avoid any possible cultural shock, you should read about the country’s social and religious traditions beforehand. Locals respect and welcome all tourists; however you should also be as respectful towards Albanian culture.

Transportation and travel charges

A comfortable way to reach the country is to choose cheap flights to Albania. Roads are of quite poor condition in the area, and you should be cautious when using them. In Albania, it is illegal to drive inebriated or use a phone while driving. Available public transport modes are buses, trains, and taxi. It is worth noticing that Albanian public transport may not always arrive on time.

You can pay for your purchases using the official Albanian currency, leks (ALL). One lek amounts to about 0.01 euro. Living costs in Albania are lower than in Lithuania. For example, you can have lunch in a cheap restaurant for 700 leks and order a cup of coffee for about 135 leks. In local shops, a 1.5 litre water bottle will cost you 55 leks; you can buy one kilogram of rice for about 125 leks, and one kilogram of chicken breast for roughly 455 leks. Public transport tickets cost about 30 leks, and a one kilometre long taxi ride will cost you about 250 leks.

Additional information:

  • Official Albania’s language is Albanian. You will also be able to communicate with the locals using English and Greek.
  • Distance between Vilnius and Albania’s capital city of Tirana is roughly 950 kilometres.
  • Albania uses the same time zone as Lithuania, and also uses summer time.
  • Best return gifts choices

    Authentic souvenirs are a sure way to capture precious moments of your visit to Albania. Favourite tourists’ choices for return gifts are Albanian rugs, beddings and tablecloths made from natural fabrics, fresh olive oil, and jewellery. Local alcohol, such as rakia, cognac, and wine, will also make a great return gift.

    After taking care of shopping, continue enjoying the wonderful country of Albania and help its tourist industry to prosper. This country offers a unique mix of culture and history and makes a trip to Albania a treat for every traveller.

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