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Transfers - Wild Ways Travel

Albania is changing rapidly, not least its roads. An influx of EU cash and a domestic road-building program has meant that hundreds of kilometres of brand-new asphalt has been laid in the past few years (and some Swiss-standard tunnels, too) slashing journey times across Albania.

This means that self-drive itineraries have never been easier. One issue, though, is that the international car hire companies such as Hertz and Sixt charge a lot more than they do elsewhere in Europe.

We can offer you some of the best and most reasonably priced cars, as well as some of the safest and most friendly drivers around the country, too (a great way to know more about Albanians – drivers have so many genuine stories to tell!) Just get in touch to find out more. Some of the smaller cars that we can offer at 29.9 euros/day would be:

Citroën C1

Ford Focus Estate (Station Wagon)

Ford Focus C-Max, etc.

*Includes insurance, unlimited mileage, second driver free of charge and taxes. No credit card required.

Hire a 4×4 in Albania

If you’re after a little adventure and want to reach Albania’s more remote regions, then you’ll need a 4×4. Hiring one from the international firms can be eye-wateringly expensive, so instead contact us. We have our own trusty fleet of great 4wd cars including Land Rover Defenders, Land Rover Discoveries, Mitsubishi Pajeros, etc.

Hire an experienced Albanian driver

If you manage to drive through a Tirana roundabout, nothing will really scare you anymore in life. While we’re probably dramatizing a bit too much, you’ll be amused to see how Albanian drivers try to make their way through very chaotic Tirana traffic. We truly believe that you’ll have no problems driving yourself around the country (Place de l’Etoile in Paris is much worse and let’s not talk of driving around Rome!) but it will be much more comfortable and enjoyable for you to hire one of our really experienced drivers. We promise that they will not give you an English language lecture on nuclear chemistry, but will see to your every need and tell you a little anecdote or story.


If you’re new to Albania, why not treat yourself to an Albanian Trip welcome at Mother Teresa Airport?

We’ll be waiting at the gates, with your name clearly written on a sheet of (recycled) card. And we charge just €20 for a transfer to Tirana for up to five people.

We’re happy to provide transfers further afield too – right down to Saranda in the far south and Valbona in the far north.

We’ve given some sample prices below, based on using our air-conditioned VW Sharan minivan, for a maximum of five travellers plus luggage.

We can also provide a 19-seat minibus with air-conditioning, a fridge, DVD/CD/MP3 player and, of course, the friendliest driver in Albania.

Alternatively, you can ask Albanian Trip’s Elton Caushi to give you a lift in his own personal vehicle, pictured below on the streets of Tirana.

Sample prices for transfers to/from Mother Teresa Airport at Rinas –

Central & Southern Cities
Tirana – €19
Berat – €89
Gjirokastra – €109
Korcë – €119

The Albanian Riviera
Dhermi – €139
Vlora – €89
Saranda – €189

The North
Shkodër – €79
Valbona – €169

Prizren – €149

Podgorica – €159

Please tell us as much information as you can (dates and numbers are key!) and we will get back to you within 48 hours!

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