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Being a pedestrian in Tirana can be kind of dangerous- the pavements often had gaping holes in them (~ 1m square, 1-2m deep...) with no covering or warning whatsoever.
At other times, the pavement would simply stop, leaving you to carry on walking in a mud/gravel mixture....
Written Feb 24, 2007
Though the vast majority of people in Tirana are friendly and hospitable. Be careful when taking pictures, since selling a digital camera could probably buy food for a couple of week. Keep in mind that some of the monuments are hang outs for unemployed day laborers. My suggestion is when taking pictures, outside the Skanderbeg Square area, be quick about it and when not using a camera put it away in a bag.
Written Sep 1, 2006
while walking around in the city, especially at night... watch your step.
The city's pavements are being rebuilt and there are smaller and larger potholes everywhere. If you are not being careful you are found to fall, sooner or later.
Updated Aug 14, 2006
Foreigners have never been a real target to attack or steal. However, just like in every other european city, be careful when walking alone after midnight in the suberb areas of Tirana. The center is rather safe anytime.
Updated Feb 10, 2005
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