Submitted by edisabecolli on Sun, 07/20/2014 - 21:20
Government policy for a national tourism with standards, high quality and appropriate information remain the primary philosophy of the National Tourism Agency (NTA). Wasting no time and leaving no corner of the country without covering up, NTA is working at the moment on installing Info Point kiosks alongside the 11 border entry and exit points of Albania. Travelers and visitors will find inside of the kiosks leaflets, brochures and informative maps for Albania, its attractions and basic informations.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Fri, 07/11/2014 - 22:58
The arrivals of foreign citizens in Albania, in the first quarter 2014, increased by 26.6 % compared with the same period of the previous year, while the departures of Albanian citizens increased by 11.2 % for the same period. The number of foreign visitors entered for holiday and daily visits during the first quarter 2014 was 54,329 while in the same quarter of the previous year, this indicator was 31,020. In the first quarter 2014, the arrivals of foreign visitors by land comprised 84.7 % while arrivals by air and sea comprised respectively 12.1 and 3.2 % of total number of arrivals.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Fri, 07/11/2014 - 13:45
Sons of the eagle, a story published today in the Journal "Süddeutsche Zeitung" from the journalist Jochen Temsch about "Peaks of the Balkans": a new path through the mountains with wild beauty of Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Thu, 07/10/2014 - 16:21
The control has begun in tourist areas of the country, Hotels and Restaurants will have to publish their price list. This list will be certified by the General Directorate of Taxation and the Albanian National Tourism Agency.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Tue, 07/08/2014 - 13:52
The tourism high season is approaching and the influx of vacationers and traffic is growing, so Police have stepped up patrols in these areas; approximately 100 bicycle patrols.
The bikes have the inscription “State Police”, the phone number “129” and the logo of the police. The patrols do not wear their traditional uniform, but white shirts with the inscription “POLICE” and shorts.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Mon, 07/07/2014 - 11:39
The first were the Swiss. They started to go on holiday in Albania since 2005. Then, were six thousand. In 2013, 40 thousand. Not a few. But the record come form the Italians. For different summers they chose the Albanian coast - and cities - to spend the summer holidays. Reaching the amount of "more than 90 thousand people." With a 2014 which promises to be even better. "We expect an increase of ten per cent," gloats Benko Gjata, Associazione Culturale Italo-Albanian "Vatra".