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Top Deals on Flights to Albania

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Rome (FCO) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 18/12/2019
Return 27/12/2020

Rome (ROM) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 15/12/2019
Return 10/01/2020

Bari (BRI) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 23/11/2019
Return 25/11/2019

Venice (VCE) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 28/10/2019
Return 01/11/2019

Cagliari (CAG) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 19/11/2019
Return 23/11/2019

Turin (TRN) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 13/11/2019
Return 20/11/2019

Naples (NAP) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 04/11/2019
Return 06/11/2019

Palermo (PMO) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 23/11/2019
Return 19/02/2020

Milan (MIL) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 24/11/2019
Return 01/12/2019

Genoa (GOA) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 21/12/2019
Return 29/12/2020

Brindisi (BDS) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 06/11/2019
Return 11/11/2019

Florence (FLR) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 04/11/2019
Return 06/11/2019

Lamezia Terme (SUF) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 21/11/2019
Return 22/11/2019

Frankfurt (FRA) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 27/10/2019
Return 28/10/2019

Pisa (PSA) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 14/12/2019
Return 09/01/2020

Boston (BOS) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 08/12/2019
Return 09/01/2020

Alghero (AHO) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 19/11/2019
Return 23/11/2019

Milan (MXP) - Tirana (TIA)

Departure 06/11/2019
Return 13/11/2019

Traveling to Albania

Albania is, in a single word, pristine. This is true both of the verdant natural beauty of its countryside and its breathtaking unspoiled coastline. Today, Albania is fast shaping up to become a popular European destination, yet the country still remains something of a hidden gem – which makes this the perfect time for you to explore it. Should you decide to return later on, Alitalia can help with great deals on repeat flights to Albania and nearly 100 other European destinations through our Europe Carnet program.

The chance of a lifetime

Traveling to Albania grants you access to the Albanian Riviera, a nearly 500-kilometer stretch of warm sand and turquoise and cerulean waters along the country’s Ionian coastline. Just south of Tirana, nestled between two hilltops, sits the impressive ancient Greek city of Apollonia, just waiting to be discovered. Further on, the towns of Gjirokastër and Berat, each a UNESCO World Heritage Site, showcase the beautiful cobbled roads and heavily windowed homes of the 14th- and 15th-century Ottomans.

When to visit

If you plan to spend much time on the coast, book your tickets to Albania for September to strike the perfect balance between good weather and small crowds. July and August are also great times to visit.