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Forum Posts

Is it safe to go to Albania? from ulcinj?

by kehkeh

Hello, from Ulcinj I want to go to albania , but I only have 5 days .
first of all is Albania safe?
And what are the beauty spots
Ive heard people are desperate and will see you as easy meat! please re assure me its not true!

also do i need a visa ? im from the uk.

Re: Is it safe to go to Albania? from ulcinj?

by Morina

You have to be careful, people are not desparate but if u seems friendly they will be friendly with u...
And Albania is very beautiful place more beautiful than Ulcinj, and I think you dont need a Visa.


Re: Re: Is it safe to go to Albania? from ulcinj?

by kehkeh

Thankyou Morina,
I am a very freindly person,
I will be taking a bus from Ulcinj to shkodra , and then I will look for beautiful places to visit.
thankyou again

Re: Is it safe to go to Albania? from ulcinj?

by shqiptari

Hi you there,
first of all Albania is a safe country

Pls where did you heard these comments "Ive heard people are desperate and will see you as easy meat! "???!!!!

Yes people are poor expecially in north part but they are very friendly .
Some good places to visit, Tirana the capital,
and for the beaches from Vlora to Saranda you will find amazing beaches, Ionean sea.
You dont need a visa maybe you have to pay a tax at the customs office.
have a nice vacation in Albania

Re: Re: Is it safe to go to Albania? from ulcinj?

by kehkeh

Hello shiqiptari,

I only just got your reply now! and we are in August!

anyway im back in uk, and I have to tell you I did not go to Albania, because we were not sure of the north of Albania, too many people scared us!
However I met a lot of Kosavans in Ulcinj , and they recomended that we should start from Durres and go to Vlora and Saranda, and like you they said it was very beautiful and that people are very freindly.

I will dream of Albania for now, and wait until I have enough money too visit.
Sorry about offending you, I did not mean to say anything negative about Albania.
Viva the 2 headed bird!

Travel Tips for Ulcinj

Ulqini Beaches

by ulqinaku

Mirë se vini në Ulqin
Vera po afron!!!Pushimet bashke me te... Ku do i kaloni pushimet e veres??? Eshte vendi qe keni zgjedhur vendi ideal per ju, apo do kerkonit dicka me shume??? Sipas mendimit tuaj cili eshte vendi ideal per ju per te kaluar pushimet??? Ajo dihet Ulqini pra,urdhroni na viziton sa ma shpesh sepse edhe ju do të jeni të knaqur.Ktu mundeni ti gjeni numrat e telefonit dhe të rezervoni banesën apo apartamentin simbas dëshirës së juaj. 1

Language mix !


The restaurants advertise in a language that is mainly Albanese but that mixes Italian, and Serbian. It is not always easy to understand. For example, on the photo, you can read the following meals :
Supë, Albanian for soup
Gullash does not need any explanation, neither spaghetti and pizza, nor biftek and ramstek
Speca të mbushura, Albanian for Serb punjene paprike or stuffed paprika,
Peschk, Albanian for fish (pesce in Italian)
Qebapa, pleskavicë, are Albanian writing of kebab and pljeskavica
Pule, Albanian for chicken (poulet in French)
Gjelë të gatshme, Albanian for prepared (?) cock
Pasul, I did not know what it was.

Aurorae sent me the following note (and corrections on some Serbian words mispelled). Unfortunately, I cannot spell correctly the letters that have a diacritic sign :

Pasul is probably pasulj, beans. It's a veeeeeery popular dish in Serbia/ex-Yu, mostly famous for the army service days and often it's called vojniâki pasulj - soldiers beans. It is easy to prepare and very nutritive, and extremely cheap, so it's understandable why it is cooked in huge masses in the army service. Also, people often cook it when they go camping. and funny thing is, the longer it stays, the better it is !!! Unlike the other food!

Kebab = cevapi / cevapaici (you also have to note that this is very different from the turkish döner kebab, which is almost identical to greek gyros - meat grilled on the huge stick and rotated, then served cut in pieces with fries, tomato, onions and mayonnaise or other sauce maybe. cevapi or cevapjici are small rolls of meat in the shape of the finger, but a bit more fat :-) grilled on coal. Bosnia and Leskovac area in Serbia (Leskovacki roztilj - leskovac grill/bbq) is the most famous for cevapi.

Thanks a lot Aurorae !

Pulti mausoleum


The Pulti mausoleum stands in the newest part of the town, along Bulevar Maršala Tita. It was built in the XVIIIth century together with two other mausoleums, the Murat Dedej mausoleum and the Resulbegovic mausoleum.

ulcinj is mainly muslim.

by cachaseiro

ulcinj is mainly populated by muslims, but it is not a very religious place.
as you can see on the photo, the mosque is right next to a high speed internet cafe and the only people who dress up in typical muslim fashion are the older people.

City parasols.


On this close up, you can see that you must forget to walk along the beach. Walking from one parasol to another is quite an expedition as you have to take care of spare legs or arms if you do not want to hurt anybody (and yourself !). In the background, the quay in front of Stari grad Ulcinj is also dedicated to "bathers" (next tip)


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