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Our Tour is unique, because you will be acquainted and you will see the highlights of Tirana and get a better understanding of the history of one of the most interesting capitals of Europe. You will be acquainted, how people have lived in ancient times and how they live today, what their traditions and customs are. What do they think about communist terror, and what do they think today. And about us 1. High professionalism 2. Commitment to give the visitors everything they require without tiring.3.It is given to passionately show historical and cultural places.4.Organization, security, correctness, communication 5. We offer, comfort and facilities, relaxing entertainment, and a tour of memory his tour is Unique
Explore Tirana, the capital of Albania, through a culinary lens. Visit architectural and cultural landmarks such as Skanderbeg Square, the New Bazaar, and Blloku, a bustling, now-trendy neighborhood that was once restricted to communist party members. Along the way, enjoy breakfast, lunch, coffee, and raki, a strong, Grappa-like beverage made with star anise and local fruits.
Our Tour is unique, because you will be acquainted and you will see the highlights of Berat and get a better understanding of the history of one of the most interesting city of Albania. You will be acquainted, how people lived in this castle and how they still live today, what their traditions and customs are.This tour is Unique as the city is unique itself, its architecture is unique, its history and culture is unique, the home made food is unique, the culture and the customs are unique and above all the people are unique for their hospitality. No wonder it was already declared a museum city in 1961 by the Albanian government and Unesco World Heritage in 2008.
Besides the history and culture that Tirana offers, we will get an overview of this dynamic city from the top of the Mountain. We will take a ride on a cable car that will get us to an altitude of over 1000m. Fresh air and beautiful nature is to be expected in the Dajti Mountain.
Travel to the city of Kruja, about 12 miles (20 kilometers) north of Tirana. Visit the Skanderbeg Museum and the Old Bazaar. Enjoy a fresh fish lunch on the Lagoon of Patok, then it’s on to Durrës, known for its colossal Roman amphitheater. Explore the grounds and check out the city’s street art. A highlight is having coffee atop the Venetian Tower of Durres.
The medieval town of Kruja lies just one hour north of the Albanian capital, Tirana, and this full-day tour visits both. Spend the morning in Kruja, visit Kruja castle and the Scanderbeg Museum, and browse the stalls at the Old Bazaar. In the afternoon, return to Tirana, where highlights include Skanderbeg Square, the Clock Tower, Et’hem Bey Mosque, and the Blloku district.
Venture outside the capital city and see more of Albania on this day tour that visits three neighboring cities. Travel to Elbasan to see its namesake 15th-century castle, and Struga, a popular tourist destination. Then it’s on to Ohrid, one of the country’s main religious centers. Here you will tour several ancient churches and historical sites.
Explore Tirana’s Communist history and culinary landscape on this full-day tour. In the company of a guide, travel in an air-conditioned minivan to Bunk’Art, a museum that was formerly a massive bunker. Visit the National Gallery of Arts, the pyramid of Tirana, Skanderbeg Square, Mother Teresa Square, and the Blloku neighborhood. As you stroll, sample traditional meatballs, pastries, and drinks.
The two days tour of Theth is a special interest hiking tour program exclusively designed to offer participants the best combination of pristine wild nature, unforgettable 4x4 WD through the heart of the Albanian Alps, local folklore and traditions. During these two days you will be able to visit most of the attractions of Northern Albania, combining a variety of exciting outdoor activities with time to soak up the local culture.
Explore Albania’s wild northern mountains on this 5-day tour through Theth and Valbona. Take a scenic ferry ride across Lake Koman and go on a kayaking tour. Explore Valbona National Park and enjoy local meals. Hike to Theth with a horse caravan for your luggage. Spend time in Theth before continuing on to Shkoder. Stay in local guest houses along the way.
With limited time, this 2-hour walking tour will help you get your bearings in Tirana, taking in all the highlights of the Albanian capital. Learn the significance of historic landmarks such as the Skanderbeg’s Monument, the Pyramid, and the National Museum mosaics; learn about Tirana’s communist past as you stroll around the Blloku; and see sights including the Archaeological Museum, the Clock Tower, Ethem Bey Mosque, and the Presidential palace.
Experience Berat through its wine on this full-day tour. Depart from your hotel in a private motor coach and ride through rolling olive groves. In the company of a guide, explore the distinct architecture of Berat and learn about the city’s history. Enjoy lunch with a view before visiting a vineyard, where you can sample four different local wines.
A mix of history, culture and in-depth exploration of Albania’s communist past, this tour provides a comprehensive overview of Tirana, particularly for first-time visitors. Visit the National Theater of Opera and Ballet, National History Museum, House of Leaves, the Enver Hoxha Pyramid, the Clock Tower of Tirana, and several other notable landmarks. Lunch and a sampling of rakia—a strong Albanian alcoholic beverage—are included.
Spend two days hiking in and around Komani Lake and Valbona Valley with a local guide. Designed to offer a combination of pristine nature and fantastic views of the Albanian Alps, the tour blends physical activity with ample time to soak up the local culture. Meals and an experienced guide are part of the package.
Founded back in the 4th century B.C, Berat present a remarkable history through different ages from ancient Illyrians to Roman Empire, Byzantine to Ottoman Empire. The city has everything to show into its three main neighborhood The Castle, Mangalem and Gorice. Since 2008 the city is listed under UNESCO world heritage site.This tour starts in capital Tirana. After pick up at hotel lobby we will drive for around 2 hours to the beautiful city of Berat. First we will visit the famous Castle of Berat, built on a rocky hill on the right bank of the river Osum. Inside the castle you will visit different medieval christian churches, and the most preserved “Dormition of St. Mary”. Besides churches, in the castle you will feel how the life used to be in old times through the remains of the water cistern, acropolis, red and white ottoman mosque. Our visit continues to National Ethnographic Museum.In the afternoon transfer to Durres, home to the biggest and oldest port in Albania.
After meeting at Adriatik Hotel lobby, we will start our walking tour at the main square "Liria”. At the beginning of the tour, you will come across some fine specimens of the city's architecture dating back to the 1930's.Visit the Roman Amphitheatre from the 2nd century AD. Built during the reign of Emperor Trajan, this is one of the biggest amphitheaters in the Balkans. Walk down the seaside promenade enjoying the fresh air and the view of the largest bay in Albania. The Byzantine Chapel is our next stop. An early Christian chapel built on the side of the Amphitheatre, the chapel's western alcove preserves a unique polychromatic mosaic representing old, Christian iconography.L Then head to the Venetian Tower, where a flight of stairs will take you to the roof and give you some of the best views of this old city, there you can relax and have a coffee break.
Just a short drive from Tirana is Dajti Mountain. Trek the trails of this 5,291-feet (1,613-meter) landscape on a half-day tour with a local guide. First, take the cable car to the upper station, then hike to the highest accessible point by foot. Enjoy time to take in views of the capital city and even the Adriatic Sea in the distance.
Our Tour is unique, because you will be acquainted and you will see the highlights of Kruja and Preza castle ,which were the center of the struggle against the Ottoman Empire in the 15th century, led by national hero Skanderberg. Today, the Kruja castle is home to the National Skanderberg Museum, remains of the Fatih Sultan Mehmed Mosque, an ethnographic museum, a Turkish bath and a reconstructed bazaar. It also offers scenic views of the surrounding area .After you will continue your tour to Durres.There we will enjoy, the beautiful beaches of Adriatik Sea , so you will create a complete idea of Albanian relief by strolling from the hills of Kruja to the coast of Durres.There we will walk along the beach boulevard, soaking up the fresh air of the Sea .After we will have a seafood lunch, in one of the best restaurants by the sea
Get the best of the UNESCO-listed city of Berat on a day trip from Tirana. admire architectural landmarks including Berat Castle, the Red Mosque, and St. Trinity Church; visit the Museum of Iconography and National Ethnographic Museum.
The ancient port city of Durres is Albania’s principal cruise port and just a 30-minute drive from Tirana. On this half-day tour, take in all the highlights, including the magnificent Roman amphitheatre and Venetian Tower, a walk around the Byzantine city walls, and a visit to the Durres Archaeological Museum.
For first-time visitors to Tirana, this walking tour takes in all the highlights of the Albanian capital, from historic landmarks to modern monuments. Stroll around Skanderbeg Square and admire the colourfully painted buildings of the city center; see sights including the National Museum, the Clock Tower, and Tirana Castle; and learn about Tirana’s communist past as you visit the Blloku and the Pyramid.
This half-day walking tour of Tirana is a great choice for first-time visitors. Highlights include Skanderbeg Square, the Great Mosque of Tirana, the Clock Tower of Tirana, Enver Hoxha’s villa, and the remains of the Castle of Tirana. After the tour, enjoy lunch (not included) in one of the many restaurants near the tour’s end point.