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Albania


Our first stop is Tirana, the capital, where you can stroll on Skanderberg Square and hop on a Free Walking Tour to learn all about the complex past of Albania. You can visit the Bunk’art 1 & 2 to dive deeper into history. If you get a little hungry, you can head to the Pazari

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Things to do and see - Albania

Discover the ancient ruins of the UNESCO-listed city of Butrint
Butrint National Archaeological Park
 
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Visit the cultural, entertainment and political centre of Albania
Tirana
 
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Witness a natural phenomenon with crystal-clear blue waters
The Blue Eye
 
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Take a day trip to visit an impressive hillside castle
Castle of Kruja
 
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Climb a 12th-century castle on a hill overlooking the town
Castle of Gjirokastra
 
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Go to a Venetian limestone castle in a hilltop archaeological park
Rozafa Castle
 
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Visit a 13th-century fort with various preserved Byzantine churches
Berat Castle
 
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Explore the ruins of the ancient city of Apollonia
Apollonia Archaeological Park
 
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Drive along one of the best coastal drives in the world
Llogara Pass
 
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Hike through pristine landscapes, and enjoy alpine views
Valbona Valley National Park
 
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Relax on picturesque beaches and explore some islands
Ksamil Islands
 
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Enjoy stunning white sandy beach with crystal-clear waters
Dhermi Beach
 
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Explore an underground bunker turned contemporary art space
Bunk'Art 2
 
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Learn about Albania's history and culture
National Historical Museum
 
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Catch a ride on the longest cableway in the Balkans
Dajti Ekspres
 
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Events - Albania

November
Independence Day
The Independence Day of Albania is celebrated on November 28th each year. It commemorates the country's declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1912, marking the beginning of Albania's journey as a sovereign nation. The day is marked with various festivities, including parades, cultural events, and ceremonies that highlight the country's history and patriotism.
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