The Tirana-Saranda route will be shortened by 45 minutes, the new Kardhiq-Delvin axis avoids the Muzina Pass
The Tirana-Saranda route will be shortened by at least 45 minutes and what is more important, the Muzina Pass will be avoided.
The new Kardhiq-Delvinë axis, which was opened today and is expected to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Edi Rama, shortens the travel time to Saranda by at least 45 minutes, as well as avoiding the passage to the Muzina pass, increasing safety parameters.
The Minister of Tourism Mirela Kumbaro, through a posted video of this axis, shows that the journey to Gjirokastra and further south, to Saranda, now becomes easier and shorter.
"It's said, it's done!
Good morning with the trip from Gjirokastra to Delvina, and beyond to Saranda with the new road that will be open to all citizens from today, bringing the coast very close," wrote Kumbaro.
The Kardhiq-Delvin road has a total length of 33 km.
Part of the axis is also the Skrfica tunnel, the most important part of the work. The construction of this road connects Gjirokastra with Saranda.