Tourism

Bird-watching in Albania

2018 was the Year of the Birds as it marked the centennial of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. If you missed the chance to explore bird-tourism opportunities in 2018 in Albania, you can start now. Bird-watching sites along the Albanian wetlands and lagoons are popular among nature enthusiasts. Divjaka- Karavasta local guide and a group of bird photographers from Kosovo ...

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The Sun: Albania a good destination for 2019

The British newspaper “The Sun” has published an article on the top ten destinations in the world tourism, among which the Albanian Riviera. “If you are looking to start the year with a new adventure, here are some suggestions that will help you travel,” the newspaper writes. Albanian Riviera Why is it known: The locals have covertly guarded beaches and ...

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The Washington Post : Albania, age-old traditions and Mediterranean beaches on the cheap

Our country is being praised and recommended as the country of antique traditions, splendid beaches, culture and history, by the prestigious ‘’The Washington Post’’, in an article dedicated to Albania. Between the magic of a coastal city and antiquity, ‘’The Washington Post’’ underlines our hospitality, that has remained unchanged for years. A thrilling journey of two women, across Albania, that ...

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2019, a new approach to cultural heritage and historical values of Albania

The Institution of the Monuments of Culture together with the Albanian Development Fund will direct their focus during 2019 on turning the culture and culture heritage to a touristic destination that will serve as a development motor for the economy. The places in Albania that have a huge cultural and historical background such as Gjirokastra, Berati, Vlora, Vunoi and Dhermiu ...

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Dardha tourist village, a year-round destination

The romantic city of Korca is known for its serenades and culture, but if you’re looking for winter adventure, you have to travel some 20 km southeast of the city to Dardha village. This is a mountainous village located at Saint Peters hills, the Autumn Rock, and several other hills. It is a year-round destination due to the favorable climate, ...

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Albania among the 15 holiday destinations according to ”Harper’s Bazaar”

The famous British magazine ‘’Harper’s Bazaar’’ held a poll in  cooperation with the traveling experts for the places trourisths should visit in 2019 and Albania stands among the top 10, together with places such as Sri Lanka, Canada, New Zealand and Japan. Pm Edi Rama wished a good morning for the Facebook followers with the article of ‘’Harper’s Bazaar’’. ‘’Good ...

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Nivica unique canyons

Nivica is a village settled in the southern highlands, in upper Kurvelesh area. It has attracted numerous fans of extreme sports and other recreational activities. The village is home to picturesque and dramatic landscapes where you can hike to the top of high mountain peaks like Kendrevica, 2,121 meters above the sea level, or explore beautiful unknown canyons and waterfalls. The ...

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Telemundo Spanish media: Albania, the jewel of the Balkans

One of the most popular media in Spain, “Telemundo”, through an article invites the Spaniards to visit Albania, assessing it the “Balkan Jewel”.According to them, our country is one of the most amazing destinations in the world.“Tourists number last year increased by 20%. After 40 years of dictatorial pressure, one of the most brutal of the continent, the Republic of ...

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BunkArt tourist attraction

Tirana is the capital of Albania with plenty of museums and art galleries that are worth a visit. Once in town, don’t miss the BunkArt, a majestic conversion of a huge cold war bunker into a contemporary art and history museum. It is the perfect place to visit if you want to learn more about the Communist history of Albania. This anti-nuclear ...

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Delvina, one of the most southern towns of Albania

Delvina is a town and a municipality in Vlorë County, southern Albania, 16 kilometers (10 miles) northeast of Saranda. The total population is 7,598 (2011 census), in a total area of 182.90 square kilometers (70.62 square miles). The population of the former municipality at the 2011 census was 5,754. The town is built on a mountain slope. It has a mosque, a Catholic church, a ...

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