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Credit cards are not widely accepted in Albania, so it is important to have cash on hand when traveling. Some larger hotels and restaurants may accept credit cards, but it is always best to check in advance.

Albania has a relatively modern transportation system, with buses, taxis, and rental cars available for getting around. However, it is important to be aware of road conditions and traffic patterns when traveling by car.

Some popular dishes in Albanian cuisine include fërgesë (a stew made with peppers, tomatoes, and cheese), burek (a savory pastry), and tavë kosi (baked lamb with yogurt and rice).

The official language of Albania is Albanian. However, many Albanians also speak English, Italian, and other European languages.

Citizens of most countries do not need a visa to visit Albania for up to 90 days. However, it is important to check the visa requirements for your specific country before traveling.

The currency in Albania is the Albanian lek (ALL).

The best time to visit Albania is during the spring (April to June) and fall (September to November) when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. Summer (July to August) can be hot and crowded, while winter (December to February) can be cold and snowy.

Some of the top tourist attractions in Albania include the Blue Eye natural spring, the Albanian Riviera, the ancient ruins of Butrint, the historic city of Berat, and the capital city of Tirana.