Tourism

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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Klosi: Guesthouses and inns important for professional guides in Northern

Korab-Koritnik Natural Park, Kukës, with an area of ​​34,800 hectares continues to be one of the most favorite areas for tourists. According to the figures, 23,000 tourists visited the area’s beauties in October. Speaking about 365 measures to be taken for 2019 tourism, Environment Minister Blendi Klosi emphasized that the next step is to create guesthouses and inns which will ...

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Albanian caves luring foreign tourists

Caves all around the world lure millions of tourists and fans of great outdoor activities, nature and history. Even in Albania cave tours are turning into a great option for adventure-seekers. Albania is home to numerous caves both underground and underwater,  that can serve for tourism purposes. More than 30 large caves are found only in Shkodra region. Other caves are ...

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Vranisht of Vlora, a tourist destination

Vranishti is located in the southwestern part of Vlora County, on the left side of the Shushica River valley. It is an Illyrian dwelling. During antiquity, this dwelling was included within the territories of Kaonia with its center Hora. The surrounding walls of the castle, the aqueduct conduit  which carried water from the Lake of Hora, Illyrian tombs, ceramic potteries, coins ...

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Peshkopia town

Peshkopi is a town in Dibër County, northeastern Albania. After 2015, it became a subdivision of Dibër municipality. According to 2011 census, the population is 13,251.It is located 187 kilometers away from Tirana, the capital of Albania, and 20 kilometers from the Macedonian border. It is situated 651 meters (2,136 ft) above sea level. Peshkopi lies on the east of the Black Drini ...

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Kukës, the city of hospitality

Kukës is a city in the Republic of Albania. It has a total population of 16,719 people according to 2011 census. By air distance, Kukës is located 98 kilometers northeast of Tirana, 75 kilometers to the east of Shkodër and 34 kilometers to the south of Gjakova and 30 kilometers to the east of Prizren in Kosovo. Geologically, the terrain of ...

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International media outlets praise the touristic season in Albania

Tourists flowing towards Albania, one of the most popular destinations of summer 2018, according to the bookings of flights and hotels, writes the prestigious Italian newspaper ‘’il Messaggero’’. The country of the eagles is very much frequented by the Italians. Around 5.7% of Italians have chosen Albania as their favorite destination to pass their vacations. There are more of them ...

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Voskopoja tourist attraction in South-Eastern part of Albania

Voskopoja is an important tourist attraction. Amidst high mountains, forests and green fields, Voskopoja is a Balkan centre. It is situated 20 kilometers away from Korça, 1,150 meters above the sea level.  It has been known as an inhabited place since 1330. With time it flourished and reached its zenith around 1750, with a population of almost 30.000 inhabitants. Although ...

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Rama meeting with mayors and prefects about tourism

Prime Minister Edi Rama held today a meeting with mayors and prefects about tourism. During the meeting, Rama assessed this tourist season as the most successful, and stressed that nearly half a billion have been introduced into the economy by tourism. “This is a year that can be considered as quite significant, and is a complete reflection of what has ...

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Rozafa castle

The Rozafa Castle rises on a rocky hill to the west of Shkodra. It is surrounded by the waters of three rivers, Buna, Drini and Kiri. Rozafa is one of the major castles in Albania and the most important tourist attraction in Shkodra. The castle dates back to Illyrian times and Latin historian Titus Livius called it “stronghold of the ...

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