Kruja

Kruja is the medieval capital of Skanderbeg. Skanderbeg, the Albanian national hero, well known for his battles against ottoman empire, was born in Kruja. This is a small city, 32km away from Tirana and very close to Tirana International Airport. Known as a wonderful historic city, it offers an open vista to an amazing panoramic…

Himara

The small city of Himara is definitely the Mediterranean spirit of Ionian. It is called “the sunny town” because of its wonderful weather. Around it, the villages around are so charming. It is located in southern Albania. The population amounts around 28,000 people. The villages around are: Palase, Dhermi, Ilias, Vuno, Himare, Pilur, Kudhes, Qeparo,…

Tirana

Tirana is the capital of Albania and also the main economic, social and cultural center of the country. Known as A Dynamic Capital City, Tirana has changed a lot through the lart 20 years. Many international medias has called it an affordable city in Europe. Tirana, the heart and capital of Albania, like all other…

Osumi Canyons

If you are a fan of adventure tourism and have not yet visited the Osumi canyons, what are you waiting for? Osumi Canyons are for sure, the spectacular attraction of Albania. The Osumi Canyon is a river canyon in southern Albania, near the town of Çorovoda. The river, which passes through the town of Berat,…

Albanian Alps

Every single tourist that traveled in Albanian Alps, described it as a Fairy Tale Journey. Visitors will go in a fairy tale journey, through Valbona and Theth valleys. The flagship region for mountain tourism is the Albanian Alps, the National Parks of Thethi, Valbona and the Region of Kelmendi. The “Accursed Mountains” are both truly…

Pogradec

Visit Pogradec for Family Tourism If you are looking for some family vacation, Pogradec is the perfect place to go. The city of Pogradec was built on the southwestern shores of Lake Ohrid. It’s one of the most notable cities of Albania for its tradition in hosting “family tourism”. It has the most pleasant fresh…

Butrint

Butrint – The microcosmos of mediterranean The first Albanian site to be included on UNESCO’s World Heritage, in 1992 was Butrint. It is the largest Albanian ancient site, and it is located 18km south of Saranda. The city ruins are from a variety of periods, spanning 2500 years. Butrint has been inhabited since prehistoric times…

Shkodra

Shkodra is known as a gateway to the Albanian Alps Shkodra, it is one of the oldest cities in the country. It was founded in the 4th century B.C., as the center of the Labeat tribe of Illyrians. Also it is known with the name Scodra. Because its strategic position, Shkodra has been occupied several…