The government of Albania has decided to abolish visas for Russian tourists. The visa-free period lasts 90 days from the date of entry into the country and up to six months.
The Russian Embassy in Albania published this information on its Facebook page. In a statement, the Russian diplomatic mission says that such conditions for travel in the country came into force in April and will last until the end of this year.
To travel in Albania, tourists need to have a passport and a return ticket, as well as observe the established sanitary standards. There is no mandatory quarantine in the country for arriving foreigners, but a negative PCR test is still necessary.
Albania is currently under curfew. The movement of tourists is limited from 22 pm to 6 am. The exceptions are movements related to the performance of official duties and provision of medical and emergency care.