Entry by road

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Customs at most border crossings are open 24 hours.

KOSOVO:
From Kosovo, the primary route crosses the border near Qafë Morinë (Albania) and connects Prishtina and Kukës.
The other entry points are Morinё (Tropoja with Gjakova) and Qafë Prush (Hasi with Gjakova). It operates 24 hours.


GREECE:
From Greece through Kapshtica to Korca. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Greece through Kakavija leading to Gjirokastra. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Greece through Qafë Boti (Konispol) leading to Filat. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Greece through Tre Urat, connecting Përmet with Konica. Customs operate 24 hours.

MONTENEGRO:
From Montenegro through Hani i Hotit, leading to Shkodra and Shkodra Lake. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Montenegro through Murriqan- Sukobina, connecting Shkodra with Ulqin
(Montenegro). Customs operate 24 hours.
A crossing has recently opened at Vermoshi, which links the region of Kelmendi in Albania with Plava and Gucia (Gusinje) in Montenegro. Customs operate until 22.00.

MACEDONIA:
From Macedonia through Qafë Thana leading to Pogradec, Librazhd, and Elbasan. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Macedonia through Tushemisht at the southeastern end of Lake Ohrid, leading to Pogradec. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Macedonia through Bllata, leading to Peshkopi, Bulqiza, and Burrel. Customs operate 24 hours.
From Macedonia through Gorica, leading to the northern shores of Lake Prespa.
Customs operates 24 hours. 

There are regular bus services between the following cities:
Tirana - Tetova (Macedonia), through Qafë Thana.
Tirana - Prishtina and other towns in Kosovo through Morina.
Korça - Thessalonica (Greece) through Kapshtica.

Tirana - Athens through Kakavija.
Tirana - Sofia (Bulgaria) and Istanbul (Turkey) from Qafë Thana.