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Travel through Tirana " LibreOffice Conference
An individual ticket is 40 Lekken (there are only individual tickets) and the ticket is bought in the coach by a ticket inspector. Busses start at 5:30 am and some routes run until 23:30 pm. Road titles can vary, so the local people don't know them very often. We recommend navigating by landmark instead of address or road name.
It is possible to find your way around the junction between the Lana River and the Dëshmorët e Kombit road, which broadly divides the centre of Tirana into four parts. Taxis are the quickest way to get around. Best taxi services in the city are Speed Taxi, Merr Taxi or Green Taxi.
The cost of a taxi is not too high and is usually between 2-6?. Please note: Do not get into a taxi without a taximeter! Ecovolis cycle exchange programme was started in 2011. One full riding lesson is 100 leks. The Mobike is a new cycling shared services that is now very much loved in Tirana.
Rruga Qemal Stafa is the inofficial " bicycle road " of Tirana with many small, cheap bicycle stores for all other bicycle equipments or repair. Recently, new mixed cycle and coach routes have been opened on some major roads. Only cycle paths are on Skanderbeg Square, Deshmoret e Kombit Boulevard and footpaths along Lana River and Kavaja St.
Biking on the major road, however, can be very risky as traffic lines are tight or full of cars that have been left behind (but motorists have become more cautious in recent years).