Albania Travel & Visa Entry Requirements

One of the most important steps that you can take to make sure that you are not delayed during a trip around the world involves getting all of your necessary paperwork in order. If you’re traveling to Albania for the purposes of business or pleasure, you’ll no doubt be pleased to learn that the country does not require an Albania visa, tourist or business for all United States citizens, so long as your stay will not exceed 90 days in length.

Despite this, you’ll still want to check the validity of your passport before your trip begins. You will need an official United States passport that will be valid for at least 90 days after your trip begins. You will also want to go through your passport and make sure that you have at least two full blank pages to accommodate any stamps that may be required when you actually get to the country.

Finally, look over your travel plans and make sure that you aren’t stopping in any country that does require a tourist or business visa. Just because Albania doesn’t require one doesn’t mean that another country along the way won’t. If you need to apply for a new passport, renew your existing passport, order new blank pages or more, you can easily do so at any time using expedited passport services in your area.

Albania Embassy & Consulate Information

Embassy & Consulate Address Phone Number
Albania Embassy 2100 Street, N.W.
D.C. 20008
United State
Albania Consulate 156 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1210
NY 10010
New York
United States

Additional Albania Information

Capital Thirana is Albania’s largest city and Capital
Currency Lek
Language Albanian
Electricity Voltage 230 V frequency 50 Hz, Power sockets: C/F
Country Code +355
Time Zone CET (UTC+1), Summer DST, CEST (UTC+2)