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We offer a great opportunity to have a closer look at the amazing beauty of Divjake-Karavasta Park. Visit this natural oasis of untouched nature and of stunning biodiversity, the biggest lagoon in Albania. With a surface of 22 230 ha, the park is home to the rare Dalmatian pelican and so many beautiful birds. A birdwatchers heaven and a perfect place to relax and have a quiet time in the beautiful surroundings of the park.
Walking tour of communist Tirana led by a local guide
Learn about the life of dictator Enver Hoxha
Visit Communist-era landmarks to see the regime's distinctive architectural style Hear stories about daily life under Communist rule
How Albania became the world’s first atheist country
Learn about communist ideology and why it rose and fell in Albania
After the inauguration, on June 1978 by the dictator Enver Hoxha, opened to the public the anti-nuclear bunker built by the communist government. A 5-floor palace underground, with 106 rooms and an assembly hall, now turned into a historical and art center called "BUNK'ART". The passageways, the areas provided for the meetings of the General Staff of the Army in case of war, the rooms where was thought would sleep the communist ex-dictator Enver Hoxha and the former Prime Minister Mehmet Shehu in case of a nuclear attack, the gigantic hall dedicated to the meetings of the Political Bureau which contain also an Albanian typical Buffe are transformed into a video museum exhibition and into art. Starting from April 2016, BUNK'ART is now made permanent, turning into a unique attraction site for tourists in the region, showing the Albanian life during the 45 years of communism.
Berat is one of the oldest towns in the region, founded back in the ancient ages. After some troublesome history and changes of the name the city was finally called “Beligrad” – “The White City” (the current name is just the derivative of it). It’s pretty obvious where it comes from as the Old Town of Berat is full of white houses, all of them facing the river. Beratis called also “the city of thousands windows”
After Berat it is time to go in Belsh where we are going to taste raki with saffron. It is an unique raki where we can find only in Belsh. This town is known also for 85 lakes. Belshi is like Toscana but in Albanian version
Providing an excellent overview of Tirana, this is a good tour for first-time visitors. Visit the highlights of the city including Skanderbeg Square, the National History Museum, the Fortress of Justinian, Enver Hoxha Pyramid, the House of Leaves, Polytechnic University of Tirana, and more. Learn about Albania’s Communist past and how Tirana is a juxtaposition of old and new cultures.