Tourism

From North to South, Velipoja the cheapest, Jali the most expensive

Durres is today the most frequented coastline, thanks to the prepaid contracts that foreign agencies have with some accommodation facilities. Market entry of several new hotels has on average increased the prices of 1-2 euros in the area this year. Velipoja, on the other hand, remains today the cheapest beach all over Albania with minimal prices ranging from 25 euros ...

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Ohrid Lake included in UNESCO’s miracles

A list of 29 newest world heritage sites which has become part of UNESCO has been published.Among the global list is Ohrid lake, which just a few days ago was admitted to UNESCO, exactly on July 5th. In Cecilia Rodriguez’s article in the Forbes magazine, Lake Ohrid, divided between Albania and Northern Macedonia, is known for three prehistoric settlements.She particularly ...

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About 17 thousand tourists visited Përmet January through June

About 17 thousand tourists have chosen the town of Përmet as their tourist itinerary in the period January to June, located on the left side of the upstream river Vjosa. Known as the city of wise and hospitable people, the city of flowers, folk songs, wine town, but especially unique jams, Përmet has been a great opportunity for tourists who ...

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The National History Museum of Albania

The National History Museum is the most important museum in Albania, bringing to the visitors a well-documented history of the country. It was inaugurated on 28 October 1981 and has an area of 27,000 square meters in size, while 18,000 square meters are available for expositions. A huge mural mosaic titled The Albanians that depicts Albania’s history is found above the main ...

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Minister Klosi thanked RTSH for the positive news during the touristic season

Considering the unusual political situation that the country is going through  and the echo it spread of foreign media outlets that harm the Albanian tourism, the minister of Tourism and Environment, Blendi Klosi, expressed the need for support from the Albanian media in order to convey positive news for the country. Accepting the problematic of Albanian tourism, Minister Klosi thanked ...

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Italian media, Si Viaggia: Ksamil beach, a still-hidden gem

The Italian media, Si Viaggia, published an article about Ksamil beach, describing it as a still-hidden gem. Immersed in a natural park and surrounded by the crystal waters of the Ionian Sea, Ksamili is the most attractive coastal destination in Albania, six miles away from Greece (Ksamili means “six miles”). Next to it is Butrint National Park, a protected area ...

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 44 Million Euro investment in the southern coastal area

“Good news” from the Ministry of Finance.  44 Million Euro will be invested in the southern coastal area, to help improve the living conditions there. Albanian Minister of Finance and Economy Anila Denaj  and Björn Thies, KfW Office Diector (German Bank for Development), signed three Financing Agreements in the framework of the Water Supply Financing Program for Rural Zones IV. ...

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INSTAT: Swiss tourists lured by Albania

According to INSTAT, Swiss tourists have considerably increased their entrance to Albania during the first quarter of 2019. Compared to January-April 2018, the entry of citizens from Switzerland to Albania has increased by 29.5% .For this period of 2019, Albania was “visited” by 9,530 Swiss citizens, while for the same period of the previous year, and this number was 7,358. ...

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Tourism upward trend, increased 17% in April

On the verge of the beach season opening, the number of foreign tourists who visited Albania during April increased by 17% compared to the previous year. According to the official figures of the border crossing points in the fourth month of the year over 410 thousand foreign citizens entered Albania, the number almost doubled as compared to the figures of ...

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Soreca: EU and EBRD proud of investing in Albanian tourism

The EU-EBRD tourism project, which will focus on investments in Albanian tourism, is presented. The project envisages an investment of 100 million Euros to develop tourism in our country. EU Ambassador Luigi Soreca said in his speech that the joint EU – EBRD project will be implemented mainly at the local level. Soreca added that the tourism industry empowers Albania ...

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