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Ferries Vlora

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Ferries to Vlora Port connections and services

Albania has become a popular tourist destination, thanks to its landscapes, crystal clear sea and its proximity to Italy. One of the most exclusive and popular cities is undoubtedly Vlora

The beautiful port city can be found in the southern part of Albania, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. In ancient times the city was called Aulon, and in the succession of decades it was under siege by different peoples.
A very important date in the history of the city and on November 28, 1912, after many battles, the independence of the state of Albania was recognized.

The port of Vlora is one of Albania's most significant ports, daily you will have departures to the Italian peninsula available for you to reach the port of Brindisi and Bari.The port area handles considerable maritime traffic and is divided into two areas, the Western Calata, which accommodates passenger ferries, and the Eastern Calata, where larger ships and cargo arrive.

🚢Departures to Vlora depart from the Italian port of Brindisi and Bari and are performed by the shipping companies European Ferries and A-Ships, and you can reach your destination in about 9 hours. The Vlora terminal offers various services such as an information desk, a market, restaurants and waiting rooms, car and scooter rental. The city center is about 5 km away and can be easily reached thanks to a regular cab service and city bus connections. In the city center travelers can find tourist facilities, hotels and B&Bs, numerous bars and restaurants, stores of various kinds, banks, ATMs, pharmacies and supermarkets.

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HERE IS A TIP: if you want the cheapest tickets on the market, ideally you should look for them months in advance so as not to fall into the trap of the high season when prices soar!

Vlora ferries About Vlora

Vlora were founded in the 6th century BC, it were an ancient city of historical importance to Albania as it hosted the first National Assembly, which declared the country's independence from Ottoman rule on November 28, 1912.

You find the monuments on Ismail Qemali Avenue, an avenue surrounded by trees, leading you directly to the sea. You can visit one of the landmarks of the revolution, in the central square you find the famous Independence Monument, built to pay tribute to the fallen, who fought for freedom. The Muradije Mosque, located in the center of the city and built in the Turkish-Byzantine style, still looks majestic as a living testament to its former splendor. Kuzum Baba is the highest point of the city, a hill overlooking the eastern part of the city where visitors can enjoy the view.

The Gulf of Vlora is the largest in all of Albania, you find beaches for all tastes, with fine sand surrounded by the rich vegetation of pine forests. Among those most popular and well-known among tourists, you find Plazhi i Vjeter and the beautiful Plazhi i Ri, with many restaurants and bathing establishments. If you are a scuba diving lover, you can dive and explore the many wrecks of sunken ships. Do you feel like having fun among the nightclubs, Vlora during the summer is full of pubs and discos, where you can have fun until the morning.

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Address: Vlora, Albania

GPS coordinates: 40°27'05.0"N 19°28'52.5"E

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