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This is a very interesting hiking tour where you will visit the wreath of Albania and the great view will be very pleasing. You will be travelling for almost 2 hour from Tirana- Shkoder where you will start your trip. You have the chance to hike some of the highest peaks of Albania including Jezerca (2694m). Accomodation and meals are inluded according to city. 





Short description :


GROUP SIZE : 10-15 (max)
MIN AGE :  15 Years old
MAX ALTITUDE :  2694 m
MEALS : 12 breakfast-11 lunch-12 dinner
DEPARTS : March until September
JOINING POINT : Tirana airport
IMPORTANT : Make sure your chosen holiday is guaranteed to run before you purchase your air tickets and make any other travel arrangements



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Shkodra, the centre of north Albania.
The journey begins at noon, immediately after arriving at Mother Teresa Airport. We drive to Shkodra, one of the oldest inhabited cities in Albania with a 2400-year-old history of urban civilization. Numerous people, countries and cultures have left their traces on the city. Many sights, monuments, memorials and ruins bear witness of its eventful history. After a short city tour, we will have dinner in a traditional restaurant "À la carte". Overnight in a hotel in Shkodra. (-/-/D)
Kelmend - Cemi valley, hike up to Sllapi waterfall and drive to Lëpushë. T3, Wt 3h, Am 450 ↑ Dm ↓ 450.
The journey to the north begins right after breakfast. The road leads from Shkodra to Han i Hotit, the village before the border crossing with Montenegro, then heads north, to the Albanian Alps. We drive through the region of Kelmend, the northernmost region of Albania, surrounded by stunning natural beauty. The trip through the steep Cem valley is exceptionally impressive and the winding road that leads to the village Grabom offers breathtaking views over the valley. Passing Tamara, the centre of Kelmend, we will be driven up to Selca, the village with an impressive Catholic cathedral, perched into the slope of the valley above the Canyon of Gërrle. From here we will hike up to the 30 meters high Sllapi waterfall. We will have a lunch break on our way back to the village and then drive to Lëpushë, another village nestled in green hills and surrounded by beech forest. After a short walk on the plateau nearby, dinner and accommodation will be provided in a guesthouse. (B/ L/ D)
Hike to Maja e Trojanit (2194 m), T3, Wt 6h, Am 1000 ↑ Dm ↓ 1000.
This is a little challenging hike that offers stunning views over the countryside of both lands: Albania and Montenegro. Starting from our guesthouse, we follow the trail that leads first through meadows and then through the beech forest and grassy pastures. From here the trail becomes steeper leading to Trojan Pass (Qafa e Trojanit, 2021 m). We will hike one last section over the ridge up to the summit and enjoy the majestic panorama of the Alps. The descent trail runs southwards, up to "Qafa e Dobkut" and then through the forest. From here we follow the good visible path in the direction of the valley up to our guesthouse in Lëpushë. Dinner and accommodation are provided in the same host. (B/ L/ D)
Trekking along Ropojana Valley up to Buni i Jezercës. T3, Wt 8h, Am 900↑ Dm 100↓.
After breakfast in Lëpushë, we will be driven to Vermosh. Just before crossing the border to Montenegro, we will admire the Gërnjçara Canyon (Canyon of Bashkimi), where the river of Vermosh, the only tributary of the Danube that flows through Albania, gushes into a narrow gorge less than 2 m wide, in a pleasant natural setting. Passing through the town of Gusinje, our hike will start in the village Vusanje (970 m), after a short photo stop at its waterfall and karst spring. We will follow the Ropojana Valley, surrounded by stunning views of high and rugged peaks and then turn left in the direction of Buni i Jezercës. We will gradually gain altitude and re-enter in Albania. Then we will have a lunch break and follow the path in Buni i Jezercës. At the glacial trough of Buni i Jezercës, approximately 1800 m altitude, lay six glacial lakes surrounded by unspoilt, wild nature. We will have some free time to hike around and visit each of the lakes. Accommodation will be provided in tents at the upper section of the trough. (B/ L/ D)
Hike to Arapi mountain, 2217 m and to the village of Theth. T4, Wt 9h, Am 500 ↑ Dm ↓ 1360.
Today's hike is challenging and starts very early in the morning. We hike up in the southwestern direction following the path that leads to Jezerca Pass (2150 m). We leave back the majestic views of Kokërhana Peak and the highest one, Jezerca (2694 m), and continue down to the winding trail on the feet of the prominent Maja e Bojës (2461 m). Our hike passes by the first woods above the field of Runica and leads to the water source "Sheu i Bardhë" where we will have a short stop.
The trail follows southwards with slight slope differences, on a firm grass and stony path and then continues in the direction of the small Peçakeqi glacial lake. As we approach Peja Pass (1711 m), we will turn right, where the trail becomes steeper and runs through the rocky blocks. We will continue hiking westward, winding past small steep meadows and big blocks of limestone cliffs. The summit of Arapi offers an awe-inspiring view over the Valley of Theth and the summit of Radohina (2570 m). We will take the same trail to get down to the Pass of Pejë. From there the descent towards Theth follows a narrow rocky trail that leads down the valley. The last part is surrounded by colorful scenery, forests, mountains and passing streams. Dinner and accommodation are provided in a guesthouse in Theth, where we will taste the homemade traditional food. (B/ L/ D)
Theth and its surroundings. T1+, Wt 6h; Am↑480 Dm ↓480
The day begins with an introductory walk through the village. We visit the eye-catching vernacular church and the "Lock-in Tower" (Kulla e ngujimit). Then, the varied walking towards the gorge and waterfall of Grunas begins. Grunas canyon is 30 meters high and one meter wide, and the waterfall is a Nature Monument. After a short break we continue our walk up to Ndërlysa. The glacier mills of Ndërlysa offer a unique spectacle of nature: The water of the Black River (Lumi i Zi) squeezes through a narrow approach that has arisen over the millennia. Rounded and sharp rocks, half dipped into the shimmering colors of water and all around green vegetation will surround our path. We continue our hike up to the "Blue Eye of Kapre" (Syri i kaltër i Kapresë), a spellbinding natural pool with amazingly blue water in a jungle-like environment. After a short break, we follow the same path to the guest house. On the way back, we will visit the mill of Kolaj, a small wooden building structure near a bridge which is put to work by a stream of water diverted from the river of Theth. (B/L/D)
Hike from Theth to Valbonë. T2+, Wt 6h, Am ↑1070 Dm ↓800
Today’s hike starts early in the morning. The ascent is initially soft and runs through the woods, then becomes steeper and continues to the Pass of Valbonë (Qafa e Valbonës). From here, at a height of 1759 meters above sea level, the view over the valleys of Valbonë and Theth is unique. The descent towards Valbonë is initially craggy, getting softer as we approach the valley and then going through an open forest. Throughout the day, horses will follow us carrying the luggage. Accommodation and dinner will be provided at the guest house in Valbonë. (B/L/D)
Hike to the beautiful meadow of "Bregu i Rrethit". T2, Wt 4h, Am ↑ 620 Dm ↓ 620.
day offers an easy hike and amazing landscapes, followed by an interesting afternoon to get in touch with the nature and culinary traditions, as well as participate in the everyday life of the locals.
The ascending trail leads through the forest towards a very beautiful meadow called "Bregu i Rrethit", from where you can admire the Valley of Valbonë and the mountain range of "Grykët e Hapëta - Zhaborre". After a short photo break, we will follow the descent trail to the guest house.
In the afternoon you will have the opportunity to participate in the traditional manufacturing of cheese, the preparation of the local food, take care of the animals, etc.
After such a simple yet rare experience, we will enjoy the delicious freshly cooked dinner. (B/ L/ D)
Hike to Dobërdol. T3, Wt 7 h Hm ↑1025↓440
After breakfast we will be transferred up to the village of Çerem, a small village amidst of woods, 17 kilometers northeast of Valbonë. At the moment Çerem is inhabited only during the summer time. Our hike starts at the centre of the village on a path that runs northeast along the stream and then enters the forest. The track to Dobërdol follows through the forest up to the Gashi Valley. Then we turn left following the ascending path that leads us to the beautiful meadows and the Valley of Dobërdol. The main attractions in Dobërdol are the glacial lakes on the Dobërdol plateau. Some free time is planned for hiking or bathing in the lakes. Overnight stay is provided in tents. (B/ L/ D)
DAY 10
Hiking on Gjeravica, the highest mountain of Kosovo. T3+, Wt 9 h Hm ↑1100↓1230.
The day begins with the hike through bilberry covered meadows of Dobërdol in the direction of the mountain ridge, which forms the border between the two countries. Following the ridge and hiking in the southeastern direction we can see the heart-shaped glacial lake of Gjeravica. We hike up to the saddle from where it is possible to ascend the Gjeravica Mountain. After a break, we follow the descending path that leads us to the village where the vehicles will be waiting to drive us to Gjakova. (B/ L/ D)
DAY 11
Visit of Decani Monastery and Prizren.
This day is dedicated to cultural sightseeing in Kosovo. We will be driven to Deçani to visit the Visoki Deçani monastery, part of UNESCO World Heritage List. It was built between 1327 and 1335 by the Serbian medieval king St. Stephen of Decani and was dedicated to the Ascension of the Lord. The monastery is the largest and best preserved medieval Serbian monastery. Today a young brotherhood lives in the monastery continuing the centuries old tradition of the past.
From there we will be driven to Prizren, a multicultural historic city. We will visit the Shadërvan quartier, the mosque of Sinan Pasha, admire or buy the typical leatherworks and walk over the old stone bridge or uphill up to the fortress which dominates the city. Lunch is planned in a traditional restaurant just in the middle of the Sharri Mountains. You will have the possibility to eat traditional food as you enjoy the breathtaking natural landscape. In the afternoon - return trip to Tirana. (B/ L/ D)
DAY 12
Tirana - the vibrant capital city of Albania.
For the day is planed the visit of the capital city and its main attractions. Tirana is located in Central Albania, at the western foot of the Dajti Mountain. At its south and west Tirana is surrounded by hills that form a green belt around the city. Tirana is not only the cultural, political and economic centre of the country, but also a city where fun is guaranteed: lively, loud, crazy, colorful.
We will visit the “Mosaic of Tirana” (the oldest surviving remains in Tirana, built almost 2 millennia ago), Et’hem Bey Mosque, Skanderbeg monument and National Historical Museum.
After the dinner at a traditional restaurant "A la carte", you can have a drink in one of the nice bars in "Blloku" quarter, the most animated quarter of the capital. (B/ L/ D)
DAY 13
Transfer to airport after breakfast according to the flight schedules. (B/-/-)


Dates and Prices



What's included
* English-speaking local guide
* Group airport transfers
* All meals throughout the holiday
* All land transport required by the itinerary
* National park entrance fees
* All excursions mentioned in the itinerary.


What's not included
* Travel insurance
* Visas
* Airport taxes
* Airport transfers other than group transfers
* Extra activities and excursions
* Tips for local staff
* Miscellaneous personal expenditure




Rooming on tour & Single Room Option (Not applicable to self-guided holidays).
Most group tours are based on customers sharing twin-bedded rooms. If you book as an individual, you will be roomed with someone of the same gender. However, on many tours we offer the opportunity to pay a supplement to pre-book a single room. On some of these tours a single room will be provided at some of the night-stops but for logistical reasons not all. Individual Trip Notes clarify this. If, for whatever reason, we are unable to provide a single room as outlined in the Trip Notes, we will refund a proportion of the supplement paid to us for the Single Room Option.


Where you are able to purchase a single room, the price does not necessarily guarantee you a single room for every night of the tour.
All of our group tours are planned and operated on a twin-share basis, meaning that the standard cost is based either on individual travelers sharing accommodation with another group member of the same sex, or people who book together sharing accommodation.


Please refer to the tour notes where the single room option availability is detailed on a night by night basis for this tour, and the price for the available nights is detailed on the dates & prices tab by departure date.
For Self-Guided trips the Single Room supplement offers the option of a single room each and is charged per person. The Single Room supplement also applies to the third person in a party of three that will be accommodated in a single room.





If you need a pre tour transfer from the airport to the hotel, or the other way around Post tour transfer, from the hotel to the airport, please let us know sending by email your request. After we will make all the arrangement for you.


If your flight comes days in advance, or you want to stay longer than other participants of your tour, we can arrange the accommodation for you. If you are interested please send us a request to the follow email address: info@ivisitalbania.com




Please send us an email at info@ivisitalbania.com, asking for availability.

Participants & Transit
I Visit Albania consciously chooses to travel in small groups. For this trip, the maximum 16 participants. We guarantee a trip based on the minimum number of permanent participants. This destination is that a minimum of 6 participants. A journey can already with fewer participants are guaranteed. The minimum age for these trips is 18 years.


100% No Surcharge Guarantee
Once booked and confirmed we will guarantee the price will not increase, whatever the circumstances. You will not be approached to pay fuel surcharges unlike the vast majority of other adventure tour operators.


Tour Prices
Tour prices shown on this website are a guide only. For flight-inclusive group tours the selling price at the time you book your holiday could be different to that shown here, due to current flight availability. Please refer to the trip notes for details of what is included in the cost.


Tour Durations
The tour duration shown above is based on the Land Only length of the tour. Please be aware that the flight inclusive duration of the tour may be longer.


Tour Itineraries
Please be aware that the specific itinerary on some of our tours may differ depending on departure date. Please check the relevant trip notes for the most up-to-date information regarding the trip itinerary.


Child Prices
Child prices applicable for ages 11 and under at time of travel. (Not applicable to self-guided holidays as these are currently sold to adults only).


Price Changes
Any changes to prices will be kept updated on this web page, in accordance with above.

Tour Information



During this trip we stay in different types of accommodation which are always attractive and nicely situated. We stay mostly in small hotels.
Standard - Our mid-range accommodation offers a good level of service often with other amenities such as a restaurant, bar, garden or swimming pool. Generally rooms will be comfortable with en-suite facilities.
Accommodation and service levels in Albania are generally very good. We try to use smaller, family-run hotels and pensions that might not offer the same luxuries as larger chain-style hotels, but they do provide a warm welcome, a comfortable place to stay and the chance to gain a better understanding of local life.




* If you go, you do not pay extra fee for traveling alone. We or assume that you are sharing a room (or tent if applicable) with a fellow traveler of the same gender. If you prefer to have your own room, you can for € xxxxx, - additional books a single room.
* If you travel as a couple, share together a room (or tent). You can choose between a 'twin' or a 'double'. A twin room has two twin beds; one has a double bed. Some hotels only have twin rooms and sometimes all doubles have been forgiven so you still have two twin beds.
* If you travel with three of them, two people sharing a double or 'twin' room (or tent) and one participant is assigned to a twin room (or tent) with another fellow traveler of the same gender. If you prefer to have your own room, you can for € xxxxxx, - additional books a single room.

When making the reservation you can specify what kind of room layout you desire.





You will need some extra money to cover meals and drinks not included in the tour price, any optional sightseeing, souvenirs and items of a personal nature such as laundry.
The reference amount of pocket money for this trip is € 250, - per person. This amount is an average of what travelers in recent years have spent during this trip to meals and refreshments, additional excursions, entrance fees, any local airport taxes and gratuities. Of course, your own spending habits this also decisive. Souvenirs are therefore not included. During the trip several (optional) excursions, you spot (using the tour leader) can book. If a better excursion can be booked in advance, then it will be listed in the itinerary and on the booking form. So you can still give your group an individual accent.Food
The costs for meals may vary depending upon location, type of restaurant and number of courses eaten and so the prices given are an average guide. Local restaurants located off the beaten track may be less expensive, whereas an upmarket restaurant located in the centre of a major city may charge more.


Light lunch £: 4.00
Dinner £: 10.00


The prices for drinks can vary greatly depending upon location and the prices detailed below are an average guide. In general you would expect that drinks purchased in a supermarket or local bar to be less expensive, whilst drinks in an upmarket bar or restaurant may be more expensive.


Bottle of Beer £: 1.50
Water £: 0.50




Some free time has been allowed for you to explore on your own or with your travelling companions.




At your discretion you might also consider tipping your Tour Leader in appreciation of the efficiency and service you receive.
The amount 20 euro, of tipping is a directive except the tips of the Dutch or local tour guide. Travelling is common to eg. Drivers, cooks and guides to tip. Gratuities are often an indispensable supplement to the income, which is usually a whole family depends. In many cases you can give a tip itself. Common expenses (group tips, entrance fees, etc.) are usually paid from the joint pot for which a contribution is requested to all participants. When you are satisfied with the tour leader yourself, you like him / her, of course, give a tip.




Although entirely voluntary, tipping is a recognised part of life in this region of the world. Some local staff will look to members of the group for personal recognition of particular services provided. Accordingly, you should allow approx. €20 for tipping.


In order to make things easier for you, the Tour Leaders may organise a group’s tips kitty and if this is the case, they will account for it throughout the tour.


At least one set of casual / non-walking clothes will be useful for wearing in hotels on this holiday. Whilst walking you must not worry about how you look: comfort and protection against bad weather are of prime importance. Because mountain weather is so very variable, we recommend a number of thin layers rather than a few thick ones. The following list is our suggested guide to help you with your packing based upon our many years of travelling/walking. Using your own judgment for packing is of course important, especially with regard to casual clothing etc but please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about packing for your holiday, or are uncertain as to the suitability of your clothing and equipment.
To reserve your place on this tour you will need to check availability on the I Visit Albania website. Our tours can fill up quickly so you are advised to book as early as possible. If your chosen date is ‘Available’ or ‘Guaranteed’ we will be able to provisionally hold you a space for up to 48 hours. For Self-Guided holidays and Private Journeys simply choose your date of travel and let us know so we can confirm all ground services. The easiest way to confirm your booking is through our website. When you are ready to book, we normally require a 10% non-refundable deposit, but for some holidays this may be more to cover such items as permit fees, internal flights or other non-refundable services. If your travel starts within 60 days of booking, full payment will be required at the time of booking. 100% No Surcharge Guarantee The price paid for our holidays is no longer subject to change. Once booked and confirmed we will guarantee the price you pay will not increase, whatever the circumstances. You will not be approached to pay fuel surcharges unlike the vast majority of other adventure tour operators. The price guarantee applies to all new bookings departing between 1st January 2017 and 31st December 2017.

Passport Information You need a passport to return six months validity. Vaccinations and Visa The visa is issued on arrival in Albania and is free of charge. As a traveler, you are responsible to have the correct travel documents. No visa required for most nationalities, including UK passport holders, most other EU nationalities, US, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand. There are no specific health risks. Other nationalities should consult their local embassy or consular office. All visa information is subject to change. You should confirm all visa related questions with the relevant Embassy prior to departure.
• Passport - including appropriate visas
• Photocopies of all documents (keep separate)
• Airline tickets (or printouts of your e-tickets with the airline booking reference)
• Travel insurance details
• Emergency contact numbers
• Trip dossier
• Credit cards/ traveller’s cheques

Food in Albania is quite varied thanks to the many influences on the country, particularly Mediterranean, combining both Turkish and European tastes. Dairy products, especially milk and yoghurt are present in almost every meal, usually locally sourced. Meals are reasonably priced at 10-15 euros per person for traditional dishes including baked rice, casseroles, stuffed aubergine and jani meat (beef or lamb sauteed with onions, garlic and spices). Fresh fish is also plentiful and is an important ingredient in many dishes. We reccommend sampling Tirana stew, Elbasani yoghurt and baked phyllo pie. For dessert Baklava is very popular. Your leader will recommend restaurants for each evening. WEATHER & SEASONALITY Albania generally experiences a Mediterranean climate with summer temperatures at 25degC on average in the day, and the warmest months are July and August where temperatures can rise to 30degC. It becomes cooler further inland towards Korca during these months, especially in the evenings with high temperatures around 25degC. There is always the small chance of rain in the mountains yet we aim not to travel in the coldest and wettest months, which are November to January. Berat also experiences a Mediterranean climate but thanks to its location in the shadow of Mt Tomorr, summers are much warmer than expected for the Mediterranean.
• Walking boots and spare laces
• Trainers/ sandals
• Walking socks
• T-shirts
• Trekking trousers
• Short trousers
• Light fleece
• Thick fleece
• Thermal Baselayer shirt
• Waterproof jacket with hood
• Waterproof trousers
• Warm Gloves
• Sun Hat
• Warm Hat
ATM Availability: Most larger towns. Credit Card Acceptance: Credit cards are not widely accepted in Albania. You can also withdraw cash with your credit card, but (usually) not checkout in shops and restaurants. Make sure you, especially in the mountain villages, have enough cash to pay for your meals. Travellers Cheques: Travellers Cheques are not widely accepted in Albania, though you should take some as a back-up in case of emergencies. Local Currency: Albanian Lek. Recommended Currency for Exchange: Sterling, US Dollars and Euros cash is widely accepted in Exchange Shopps in major towns and cities. Most transactions in Albania are done on a strictly cash only basis using the Lek. Where to Exchange: Exchange offices in major towns and cities. Electric Supply & Plugs 2 Pin Round.

Take a water bottle, a sun hat and suncream. A torch is useful in case of powercuts/emergencies. Camera. It is also important to bring the following: good waterproof, ankle-high hiking boots, warm clothing such as a fleectrui, light rain gear (waterproof jacket and pants) a daypack, headgear (cap). Sunglasses, sunburn, anti-mosquito repellent, walking sticks (if you like to walk along here) A sleeping bag, you do not have to bring on this trip.
• Daypack/rucksack (size approx. 35 litre capacity)
• 2 Large water bottles (1 litre each)
• Towel (essential)
• Torch
• Camera & accessories
• Binoculars (optional)
• A variety of dry bag/plastic bags
• Sunglasses
• Trekking poles (highly recommended)
• Washing/Shaving kit
• Insect Repellent
• Small personal First Aid kit
• Anti-Bacterial Handwash
• Sun Cream & lip salve

Comfortable shoes or sandals for visiting the sites and towns. Clothing We advise you to wear layers of clothing that can be easy on and off in case of change of the weather. Weather is changeable in the mountains and it can be cool, especially at night, so bring a warmer jacket/fleece. A raincoat is essential at all times in case of the odd shower. You should dress with respect in the rural villages so bring some long trousers. Don't forget your swimming costume.
One main piece of baggage and a daypack. Remember you are expected to carry your own luggage so don’t overload yourself. Please bear in mind there are lots of stairs in Albania and no portarage in the hotels. We advise you to bring your luggage in a flexible backpack, gym bag or a suitcase with a soft top. In connection with the limited luggage we ask you not to take hard suitcase. Take especially not bring too much, but limit you to what you really need. You are responsible for carrying your luggage to the property. Luggage 20kg Airlines are usually one piece of luggage up to 20 kilos. For domestic flights, some airlines apply a lower limit luggage. This is clearly stated in the "travel info" tab, under the heading flight. Please ensure the weight of your main baggage is restricted to 12kg-15kg. The following items can also be useful:
• Face wipes
• Moisturising cream
• Snacks/energy bars
• Padlock for your kitbag
• Small mirror
• Earplugs
• Cold water travel wash (preferably biodegradable)
• Travel adaptor These items are also useful but don’t pack them in your hand luggage – put them in your main bag only!
• Penknife/small scissors
• Safety pins
• Small sewing/repair kit
• Nail clippers Please ensure you carry essential personal medication in your hand luggage rather than checked in bags.
We recommend you to take a modest journey pharmacy. Consider including painkillers, disinfectants, sunburn (blisters) patches, anti-fever, diarrhea, constipation, insect bites and motion sickness. In addition, a tick and ORS (Oral Rehydration Salts, against dehydration) is recommended. Our tour guides are also a limited first-aid kit. Use your special medication, please bring enough and ask your pharmacist to prepare a travel document for you. Keep this document in your hand luggage.
Your tour leader will be first aid trained and will carry a first aid kit. However, we recommend that you carry a small first aid kit for personal use. This could contain things like plasters, sterile dressings and bandages, a blister kit, pain killers e.g. paracetamol and ibuprofen, antiseptic cream, antihistamine cream (for insect bites), sunburn cream, anti-diarrhoea pills e.g. Imodium or Lomotil and rehydration salts e.g. dioralyte.
The safety of customers and staff is at I.V.A always comes first. Through our contacts with agents and local authorities, we continuously monitor the safety situation at all our destinations. For current information on the security situation at your destination, please refer to the central government's website: travel advice.
Make no trackers at home! Make sure that at home always copies of both your itinerary if you have flight. We will send a list of the hotels we stay during the trip because this change sometimes and rooms are often booked under a different name. In case of emergency we are accessible for both travelers and at home 24 hours a day. Why not call the hotel but I.V.A. During office hours you can call us on +355696040640. Outside office hours, you will be redirected to our emergency service or you can directly call our emergency number: +355696040640 Tip: create a digital file to. Scan your passport, visa, e-tickets and other important documents and email it to yourself. So you have, in case of loss or theft while traveling, always copies of your important papers on hand.


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