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Arriving and Getting Around
Daily ferries connect Vlore to the Italian ports of Bari and Brindisi. The compact size of Vlore city encourages wandering by foot or bicycle. Rent a bike along the lively promenade to cover more ground.
Lodging and Currency
For an authentic experience, stay in Vlore’s characterful Old Town or along the scenic waterfront.
The local currency is the Albanian lek. While some venues accept euros, we recommend using currency exchange services.
When to Visit?
Aim for a June or September trip to avoid peak summer crowds. The weather is ideal, and the vibe is more intimate.
Don’t leave without seeing the Albanian Riviera, Karaburun-Sazan National Marine Park, and Zvernec Islands. All offer stunning vistas and historical intrigue.
Ensure your passport is valid for at least three months post-return. Connect to free Wi-Fi hotspots or get a local SIM card for internet access.
Note these key numbers:
- Vlore Hospital +35533222631
- Port Authority +35533409700
- Police +35533223910
Start Your Journey With ferry tickets booked and this guide at hand; you’re all set for a smooth visit to Vlore Port. Book a ferry to Vlora with Direct Ferries.