Albania is often touted as “an undiscovered European destination” with a stunning landscape unspoilt by mass tourism, however getting around to enjoy this hidden gem is problematic; the transport infrastructure is s
Travel safety advice for people travelling to Albania. Free up-to-date specialist advice on risks, scams, areas to avoid, things to know, vaccination and alerts. Have your questions about safety in Albania answered by a professional.
Albania Travel warnings
A fascinating country to visit, Albania has issues relating to health that visitors should know. Basically it can be summed up like this; Albania is very poor, the government doesn’t have the money to fund large-scale
Albania is an increasingly popular country to visit with very hospitable people. But one area in particular is off limits to tourist. The hospitality can evaporate pretty quickly in the North East of Albania because of
Albania is a very interesting and welcoming country with decent honest people – mostly - however there are a few common scamming methods you should be aware of to avoid being ripped off. It's a Lottery Welcome to Al
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Recommended vaccinations for Albania
Diphtheria is a serious throat infection, which infects from person-to-person through the air. The vaccination should be less than 10 years old otherwise a booster is needed.
Hepatitis A (infectious hepatitis)
Infectious hepatitis infects through contaminated food and water. Vaccination consists of two injections about 12 months apart, which protects for up to 25 years. The first vaccination protects for 12 months. The hepatitis A vaccine can be combined with the vaccine against hepatitis B .
Tetanus is a complication to wounds contaminated by soil. If there has been a vaccination within the past 10 years it is not necessary to give a booster in case of wounds and accidents. Tetanus vaccinations are usually given in combination with diphtheria vaccine. If you are previously vaccinated, the vaccine can be given right up to departure.