Under Enver Hoxha's isolationist policies hardly any foreigners
could enter the country, but that's all changed and new facilities are being provided for
Find out more about the places to visit in Albania.
Many visitors no longer need a visa to enter Albania; just bring your
In just a few short years Albania has had the distinction of changing
from a country with the most paranoid and over-controlled communist state ever to a
country without a state.
Distances from Tirana:
Just how far is it to Tirana?
Albanian Hotels and Tours:
Where to say and what to see in Albania.
National Tourism Agency:
Bulevardi Gjergj Fishta,
Pallati Shallvaret A12, Tirana, Albania.
From the early days of its foundation ATA has been an active member of
the advisory board of the private tourism sector at the Ministry of
Tourism in Albania.
Centro Turistico d'Albania a Milano:
Via Adige 11, Milano, Italy.
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