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[16 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

The 2017 bus schedules (inter-city) are now available here!
We strongly recommend using the inter-city buses in Albania. They are the safest and easiest way to travel our beautiful country.
Getting around by train
From 30 August  2010

Treni

Nisje

Mbërritje

Nisje

Mbërritje

Vendi

Tiranë

Durrës

Durrës

Tiranë

1.
05.30
06.27
06.15
07.15

2.
08.30
09.31
08.45
09.45

3.
14.10
15.07
09.20
10.20

4.
15.25
16.23
13.05
14.05

5.
16.25
17.23
16.40
17.40

6.
19.55
20.53
20.10
21.10

Treni

Nisje

Mbërritje

Nisje

Mbërritje

Vendi

Tiranë

Shkodër

Shkodër

Tiranë

1.
13.15
16.50
05.40
09.21

Treni

Nisje

Mbërritje

Nisje

Mbërritje

Vendi

Tiranë

Pogradec

Pogradec

Tiranë

1.
05.30
13.10
13.25
21.05

Treni

Nisje

Mbërritje

Nisje

Mbërritje

Vendi

Tiranë

Vlorë

Vlorë

Tiranë

1.
16.30
22.15
04.30
10.20

Treni

Nisje

Mbërritje

Nisje

Mbërritje

Vendi

Tiranë

Elbasan

Elbasan

Tiranë

1.

05.30

09.43

05.40

09.45

2.

14.10

18.20

16.59

21.05

Shenim : Trenat ndalojne dhe në stacionet Vorë,Sukth e Shkozet.

Featured »

[12 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]
Albania by train, ferry, plane or car

By plane
The only civil airport, “Mother Teresa” International Airport” is located just 15 minutes away from Tirana. It is served by numerous European carriers such as British Airways, Alitalia, Lufthansa, Austrian, and the low cost carriers Germanwings and Belle Air. A new, larger and modern terminal is opened since 2007.
There is a bus that runs once an hour between the airport and Skanderberg Square in the centre of Tirana. It costs 250 lek (~2 EUR) each way, it runs from about 8AM to 7PM and leaves on the hour …

Culture »

[4 Sep 2010 | No Comment | ]

The traditional Albanian cuisine offers a unique combination of Mediterranean ingredients and spices. Vegetables are often combined to meat or cheese, as stuffed vegetables, stews, casserole, meatballs and soups. Most common used vegetables are tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, eggplants, okra and onions and generally they are organically grown, not because of any government strategy, but because fertilisers and pesticides are imported and expensive. As well, the local buyers are often picky on the taste and quality. Fish is commonly cooked too, either fried, baked or as a vegetable soup. If you …