Road infrastructure in Albania has undergone major investment within the last few decades and products can get anywhere in Europe within 3 days.

Destination city
Time from Tirana (Capital)
Berlin, Germany
~21 hours
Bucharest, Romania
~13 hours
Budapest, Hungary
~12 hours
Istanbul, Turkey
~12 hours
Madrid, Spain
~35 hours
Moscow, Russia
~35 hours
Olso, Norway
~34 hours
Paris, France
~25 hours
Vienna, Austria
~15 hours
Warsaw, Poland
~21 hours
SOURCE: Google Maps


Albania is a member of the Pan-European Corridor system. The Pan-European Corridor VIII passes through the country via the A3 Highway. The route starts in Durrës on the Adriatic Sea and continues east to North Macedonia and Bulgaria, ending at the Black Sea.

The A1 Highway connects the port city of Durrës with the capital of Tirana where it goes on to connect with Kosovo in the northeast.

The A2 Highway is a major North / South roadway in the country and the Albanian branch of the Adriatic-Ionian motorway which connects Italy in the north to Greece in the south through Croatia, Montenegro, Albania.

Albania has several ports in the country, with the Port of Durres being the largest.

Albania's primary ports are Durres, in the north, and Vlora, in the South. The port in Durres is the largest and currently manages 4,072,541 tons of shipments per year.

Exports are often shipped from the ports to Bari, Italy across the Adriatic, where they can be further shipped to Western Europe via rail or motorways.

The Mother Teresa International Airport in Tirana offers direct flights across Europe.

Destination city
Destination city
Vienna, Austria
Florence, Italy
Brussels, Belgium
Milan, Italy
Prague, Czech
Naples, Italy
Paris, France
Rome, Italy
Cologne, Germany
Venice, Italy
Frankfurt, Germany
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Munich, Germany
Belgrade, Serbia
Athens, Greece
Zurich, Switzerland
Budapest, Hungary
Istanbul, Turkey
Bologna, Italy
London, UK
SOURCE: https://www.albaniatourguide.com/can-you-fly-direct-to-albania/