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Albania Hidden Gems 8 Days Tour

Albania Hidden Gems 8 Days Tour - Tirana, Albania

Duration: 8 days
Location: Tirana, Albania

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$1334.42

Albania is considered the hidden corner of Europe. Explore Albania Hidden Gems Tour in 8 Days ... More info ›

Albania is considered the hidden corner of Europe. Explore Albania Hidden Gems Tour in 8 Days. If you are the type of person who likes the nature and loves to explore the culture and the history of a country, then this is the trip for you. Gain an in-depth look at the Albanian medieval history. Visit farms and local families. Walk in the beautiful National Park of Valbona and explore amazing views of the Alps. Take a 2 hour wonderful boat tour from Fierza to Koman Lake. Visit the 2400 year old city of Berat, a UNESCO heritage site. Enjoy the best of Albania.

Day 1. Transfer Airport – Hotel Tirana
The group is met at the airport by our Guide and Driver and transfer to the hotel in Tirana. After a short time in the hotel we take a city walk to visit the center of Tirana and Et’hem Bey Mosque.

Day 2. Tirana-Marikaj-Kruja – Rubik
Today we start the day by visiting the History Museum in Tirana. After the visit we head to the agritourist center of Marikaj where a nice lunch arrangements waits for us. Next we travel to the city of Kruja where we can visit the Castle and Scanderbeg Museum. In the end of our visits we transfer to Rubik where will be accommodated.

Day 3. Rubik – Prizren – Gjakova – Valbona
We travel today through the Nation’s Highway toward Prizren, Kosovo. In Prizren we will visit Sinan Pasha mosque, hammam, old city center. Next we drive to Gjakova where we visit the Old Bazaar and have lunch as well. After lunch we head toward Valbona valley in Albania.

Day 4. Valbona – Kukaj – Valbona
Today we will walk for about 1 hour to Kukaj village where we will learn more about the life of the local shepherds. We will meet with Tahir, a local, who lives in Kukaj. During tonight’s dinner we have invited a folk group to perform for us. They live in a nearby village and are self taught to play the local instruments and dance.

Day 5. Valbona – Fierzë – Koman – Shkodër
We travel by our minibus until Fierza to catch the boat that sails for about 2 hours through Koman Lake. In Koman lake have been built 3 of the most important hydro power plants in Albania with an installed power of 600 MW. After lunch we drive towards Shkodër where before entering the city we can visit Rozafa castle, which dates back to 4th century BC.

Day 6. Shkodër – Durrës – Berat
Today we head to Durrës the 2nd biggest city in Albania, which dates back to 7th century BC to visit the Roman Amphitheatre. Next we resume driving to Berat to visit the UNESCO city. First we will visit the castle, which dates back to 5th century BC and after that we will take a walk through Mangalem quarter which gave a distinctive look to the city’s architecture.

Day 7. Berat – Elbasan – Ibë (village near Tirana)
Our journey will take us to Elbasan where we will visit the Castle, which dates back from 15th century and Saint Mary church in the castle. After lunch we drive to Kame resort in the near Tirana where will be accommodated.

Day 8. Ibë (village) – Tirana – Mother Teresa Airport
Today before our flight departure we can take a walk around the village or just relax in the resort before heading up to the airport. End of the Program.

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Highlights of Tirana 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour

Highlights of Tirana 3-Hour Guided Walking Tour - Tirana, Albania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Tirana, Albania

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$104.89

See the main sights of Tirana on a tour that features a guided walk through the city center, where you’ll see examples of Ottoman and Communist-era architecture. Stop at the National History Museum to learn about significant periods in the country’s past.

  • Discover some of the hidden statues left over from the Communist era
  • Visit the well-conserved Et'hem Bey Mosque, the oldest mosque in Tirana
  • Explore the National History Museum for a better understanding about Albania

The first thing you’ll hear about on this tour is how Albania changed in 1991, with so much happening in such a short time ... More info ›

See the main sights of Tirana on a tour that features a guided walk through the city center, where you’ll see examples of Ottoman and Communist-era architecture. Stop at the National History Museum to learn about significant periods in the country’s past.

  • Discover some of the hidden statues left over from the Communist era
  • Visit the well-conserved Et'hem Bey Mosque, the oldest mosque in Tirana
  • Explore the National History Museum for a better understanding about Albania

The first thing you’ll hear about on this tour is how Albania changed in 1991, with so much happening in such a short time. This 3-hour guided walk is priced for a group of up to 16 persons.

As you cross the street with your guide you’ll find yourself in the middle of Scanderbeg Square. The square was named after an important Albanian figure of the 15th century, who successfully resisted Ottoman invasion for 25 years.

As you look around the square you’ll see an interesting complex of building which reflect the periods that have influenced Tirana’s architecture. Only the Clock Tower and Et'hem Bey Mosque remain as reminders of the city’s Ottoman past. The communist government left its own footprint by destroying the Ottoman Bazaar and building the new Opera and Ballet House on the site.

The next stop on the itinerary is Et'hem Bey Mosque, where you’ll learn about the difficulties faced by the clergy, especially after 1967 when freedom of religious expression was prohibited. The mosque was built in 1793 by Et'hem Bey in typical Turkish style.

Continue on your walk to King Zog’s Palace, National Martyrs Boulevard, and the former residential quarter for Communist party leaders.

At the end of the walking tour you’ll visit the National History Museum to learn about the history of Albanians, and this is where the tour ends as well.

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Butrint Day Trip from Corfu

Butrint Day Trip from Corfu - Sarandë, Albania

Duration: 3 to 4 hrs
Location: Sarandë, Albania

From USD
$51.28

This trip will take you to one of the most amazing archeological sites on the Mediterranean. Butrinti archeological site was known during antiquity as the ancient Bouthrotos and part of it can be seen for Corfu island ... More info ›

This trip will take you to one of the most amazing archeological sites on the Mediterranean. Butrinti archeological site was known during antiquity as the ancient Bouthrotos and part of it can be seen for Corfu island. Visit one of the least unspoiled corners of the Mediterranean as you walk through Butrinti ancient monuments. Soak up the atmosphere and the unique ecosystem of Butrinti as you visit some of its finest monuments such as the well preserved Greco-Roman Theatre built in honour of Asclepius, God of Medicine, Baptistry, Byzantine Basilica and the Museum inside the castle. Visit Butrinti day trip from Corfu can be done in one day starting from Corfu town at 9.00 AM and back via the Saranda Port. The journey from Corfu to Saranda take about 30 min. The tour starts in Saranda Port from where our local guide will transfer you to Butrinti Archeological Park.

Highlights

Visit the UNESCO site of Butrinti
Enjoy the well balanced ecosystem between Butrinti’s monuments and wildlife
Learn about the artistic treasure of Butrinti’s Baptistry from the 6th century
Soak up the stunning views of the Archeological Park from Butrint’s Castle

What you can expect

Your guide will meet you at Saranda port from where the tour begins. Next you will drive for about 35 minutes to Butrinti Archeological Park across Ksamil town. As you drive to the archeological site you can enjoy the panorama over Vivari Channel and learn about the Ali Pasha military outpost built around the 19th century to guard Corfu strait. In the archeological site you will be guided through its well preserved monuments beginning with the Venetian tower and continuing through the green vegetation to the temple of Asclepius and Agora. Next we walk to the Baptistry, Episcopal Palace, Church, the castle and Museum.
The settlement goes as far back as the Bronze age believed to have been founded  by the Trojan prince Heleni, son of King Priam. In the beginning it served as a trading post between the inlanders and the merchants sailing from Corfu. Later on it grew into a small town where the centre of the city was the temple dedicated to Asclepius, God of Medicine around the 3rd century BC. During the Roman Period the settlement became a Roman colony changing significantly. After the Roman expansion the city grows again during the Byzantine period when it became an episcopal centre. Later on during the Venetian rule the city shrunk in size and importance to become just a small fisherman village. The last period to be inhabited was during the 19th century when this area was part of Ioannina principality under the rule of Ali Pasha Tepelena.

In the end of our visit we take a coffee break in the Archeological park and return to the city of Saranda where our tour ends.

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Gjirokastra Full-Day Tour

Gjirokastra Full-Day Tour - Gjirokaster, Albania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Gjirokaster, Albania

From USD
$37.29

The hillside town of Gjirokastra is defined by its castle, cobbled narrow roads full of character, imposing slate roof houses and magnificent views over the Drina Valley. Dive in the amazing past of this great town and immerse yourself into the present. 

We will have the chance to see walk the narrow cobble streets of the medieval bazaar and Ottoman-style houses where artisan women will be making doilies as well as carving wood and silver ... More info ›

The hillside town of Gjirokastra is defined by its castle, cobbled narrow roads full of character, imposing slate roof houses and magnificent views over the Drina Valley. Dive in the amazing past of this great town and immerse yourself into the present. 

We will have the chance to see walk the narrow cobble streets of the medieval bazaar and Ottoman-style houses where artisan women will be making doilies as well as carving wood and silver. Following this, we will have the unique experience of visiting the locals in their own homes and being treated with traditional, stone-ground coffee as well as "mountain tea".

We will continue our tour in other quarters of Gjirokastra, including a visit to the castle itself. We will then have the chance to taste regional food cooked by locals. Before we finish off our tour, we will visit the historic Skenduli House, built in 1700 (most likely being shown around by Mr Skenduli himself) and the Ethnographic Museum. After completing the tour, you'll have free time to explore the city as you wish, either by relaxing with a coffee and enjoying the view or exploring more of the history that Gjirokastra has to offer.

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Full Day Berat Tour from Tirana

Full Day Berat Tour from Tirana - Tirana, Albania

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Tirana, Albania

From USD
$58.27

Explore the UNESCO heritage sites and the vivid traces of ottoman period.
Visit the inhabited castle and the “Onufri” National Iconography Museum.
Visit the Medieval Center and learn about interesting local customs.

The tour starts at 8:30 a.m from your hotel in Tirana. It will take approximetaly 2 hours to reach Berat. Once you get to the city you will be taken to Berat Castle which dates back to 4rth century BC. There you will learn that Berat was invaded three times by the Ottomans, Romans and Bulgarians to became later on a big principality under the rule of Albanian noble family of Muzaka in the 14th century. Visit the castle as one the most marvelous sights of the city ... More info ›

Explore the UNESCO heritage sites and the vivid traces of ottoman period.
Visit the inhabited castle and the “Onufri” National Iconography Museum.
Visit the Medieval Center and learn about interesting local customs.

The tour starts at 8:30 a.m from your hotel in Tirana. It will take approximetaly 2 hours to reach Berat. Once you get to the city you will be taken to Berat Castle which dates back to 4rth century BC. There you will learn that Berat was invaded three times by the Ottomans, Romans and Bulgarians to became later on a big principality under the rule of Albanian noble family of Muzaka in the 14th century. Visit the castle as one the most marvelous sights of the city. It is one of the biggest inhabited Castles and has many Byzantine churches, as well as some mosques built during the Ottoman era which began in 1417. 

Our walk in the castle will take us to Onufri Museum which is set up inside the Cathedral  “Assumption of Saint Mary ” renovated in the 18th century. Beside the beautifully carved Iconostasis you will admire as well the icons of the renowned Albanian painter "Onufri".

As we drive down to the city center we will visit the medieval center, King Mosque and Helveti Tekke and learn about the interesting cohabitation of two religious groups close to one another.

Next stop is in the old quarters of Mangalem and Gorica that connect with each other by the Gorica Bridge over the Osumi River. Both quarters take pride of their architecture and rare shapes of the houses. In the end of these visits we head back to Tirana.

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Durres Day Tour

Durres Day Tour - Tirana, Albania

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Tirana, Albania

From USD
$29.14

Immerse yourself in the ancient past of Durres and explore the amazing monuments of classical antiquity. Get an in depth view of the local history with  private guide and learn how the city was considered the “Tavern of the Adriatic”. Visit one of the biggest Roman Amphitheater in the Balkans and the Byzantine Chapel inside of it. Explore the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museums of Durres. Walk along the Venetian Tower and the Byzantine wall, “the old-and-new-in the same time” ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in the ancient past of Durres and explore the amazing monuments of classical antiquity. Get an in depth view of the local history with  private guide and learn how the city was considered the “Tavern of the Adriatic”. Visit one of the biggest Roman Amphitheater in the Balkans and the Byzantine Chapel inside of it. Explore the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museums of Durres. Walk along the Venetian Tower and the Byzantine wall, “the old-and-new-in the same time”. Perfect for all ages.

Your trip starts at 9:00 at the “Liria” Square. Explore the city’s 1930’s architecture as you walk along the boulevard. Visit the Ethnographic Museum and its artifacts displayed on the second floor of a traditional house from the 19th century. It exhibits authentic objects of hand-crafts as well as a rich collection of Albanian traditional costumes. Next, you will visit the Roman Amphitheater from the 2nd century AD, built during the reign of the Emperor Trajan as one of the biggest amphitheaters in Balkans. The Roman Amphitheater and the city of Durrës are unusual for their extraordinary degree of preservation, particularly for its large stretches of undisturbed stratigraphy. About a third of the amphitheater was not set on man-made supports, but on natural ones, utilizing a precipitous hillside to support its northern seating, or cavea. On the way to the archaeological museum you can admire the Byzantine Wall, an engineering masterpiece, built during the reign of Emperor Anastasius ( VI century AD ) whose origin was from Durres, and the seaside promenade enjoying the fresh air and the view of the largest bay in Albania.The Byzantine Chapel is our next stop. An early Christian chapel built into the western side of the amphitheater. Its western alcove preserves a unique poly-chromatic mosaic representing Christian iconography in almost their natural sizes.
Archaeological Museum – If you’re interested in Durres history, or even just curious about it, Durres Archaeological Museum has some of the best exhibits. Having a guide at your side as you explore means you can ask as many questions as you like!
The Venetian Tower and the Byzantine stretch of wall – A 15th cent intervention done to the byzantine fortification of the city. A flight of stairs takes you to the roof which gives you the opportunity to watch the seaside and the surroundings of the old city.

Itinerary

9:00 – Meeting with the guide at “Liria” Square

9:00 – 9: 30 – Exploring the City Center and the Historical Boulevard

9:30 – 10:00 – Visit the Ethnographic Museum

10 : 15 – 11:00 – Visit the Roman Amphitheater

11:00 – 12:00 – Walking along the Byzantine wall, visit the Venetian Tower and seaside promenade

12:15 – 13:00 – Visit the Archaeological Museum

14:00 – The end of the Program

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