Uncover Albania’s Unparalleled Beauty

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Duration & Starting Price

Duration: 5 Nights | 6 Days
Price Starting From: AED 2,099


Day 1:Arrival at the Airport
Day 2:Day trip of Berat from Tirana
Day 3:Full-Day Jeep Safari in Rodon (God of the Seas
Day 4:Tirana Walking Tour and Bovilla Lake
Day 5:Free Day
Day 6:Departure at the Airport


Flights (Roundtrip with 23 kg baggage)
6D|5N @ 4* Hotel Airport Tirana or similar
Breakfast meal
Travel Insurance
Guide (English Speaking)
2 way Transfer
Tours as per Itinerary


Other Tour expenses
PCR test
Personal Expenses

Why Albania?

Tirana, the vibrant capital city of Albania, is a fascinating blend of history, culture, and modernity. It is a city that has undergone significant transformations in recent years, making it an increasingly popular destination for travelers seeking an off-the-beaten-path European experience.

Cultural Diversity:
Tirana is a true melting pot of cultures, showcasing the influences of its diverse history. Ottoman, Italian, and Communist influences have shaped the architecture, cuisine, and way of life in the city.

Skanderbeg Square:
Skanderbeg Square, the heart of Tirana, is a central gathering place surrounded by key landmarks. It’s named after Skanderbeg, the national hero of Albania. The square is adorned with a statue of Skanderbeg and the Et’hem Bey Mosque, a beautiful example of Ottoman architecture.

Tirana is known for its unique attraction, BunkArt, which offers a glimpse into Albania’s Communist past. It’s located in a massive nuclear bunker and provides a sobering yet fascinating experience of the country’s history.

Blloku District:
Once a restricted area during Communist rule, the Blloku district has now transformed into a trendy neighborhood filled with cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and lively nightlife. It’s a symbol of Tirana’s modernization and urban development.

National History Museum:
The National History Museum is a must-visit, offering a comprehensive overview of Albania’s history from ancient times to the present day. The mosaic outside the museum is a notable piece of socialist realism art.

Mount Dajti:
For nature enthusiasts, a trip to Mount Dajti is a treat. Just a cable car ride away from the city, it provides panoramic views of Tirana and is an excellent spot for hiking, picnicking, or enjoying a meal at a mountaintop restaurant.

Tirana is a city that beautifully balances its rich history and traditional culture with a modern and forward-thinking outlook. Visitors can explore its diverse architecture, savor local cuisine, and immerse themselves in the unique atmosphere of this evolving European capital.

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