Getting all of your necessary paperwork in order is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid being delayed on a trip around the world. If you’re visiting Albania for business or pleasure, you’ll be glad to know that all US citizens do not need an Albania visa, tourist, or business, as long as your stay does not exceed 90 days.
Regardless, you should double-check your passport’s validity before leaving on your trip. You will require an official United States passport that is valid for at least 90 days following the start of your trip. You should also check your passport to ensure that it has at least two full blank pages to accommodate any stamps that may be required when you arrive in the country.
Finally, double-check your itinerary to ensure you’re not stopping in any countries that require a tourist or business visa. Albania may not require one, but that does not mean that another country along the route will. You may simply apply for a new passport, renew an existing passport, order new blank pages, and more using expedited passport services in your location at any time.
Information on Albania’s Embassies and Consulates
|Embassy & Consulate||Address||Phone Number|
|Albania Embassy||2100 Street, N.W.
|Albania Consulate||156 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1210
More information about Albania
|Capital||Thirana is Albania’s largest city and Capital|
|Electricity||Voltage 230 V frequency 50 Hz, Power sockets: C/F|
|Time Zone||CET (UTC+1), Summer DST, CEST (UTC+2)|