Viroi Park is a captivating natural attraction located near the city of Gjirokastra.
Drilon National Park is a stunningly beautiful landscape dotted with snow-capped mountains, crystal clear waters and lush greenery.
Petrela Castle is an impressive testament to the history and culture of Albania.
Albania is an ideal place for wine lovers, offering a variety of grapes and wineries that are open to visitors.
Raki is an iconic and beloved spirit beverage in Albania.
Dhallë is a traditional and beloved beverage in Albania. It is made from a combination of yogurt, water or milk, and spices, such as salt and pepper.
From its roots in the Ottoman Empire to becoming a modern day hub for coffee lovers, Albania is certainly making waves when it comes to all things caffeine.
It has been said that there’s no better way to experience the culture of Albania than by sampling its different teas!
Qafë-Shtamë or Qafshtame National Park is an incredible area of natural beauty, situated just north of the capital city Tirana and east of Kruja.
Prezë Castle is an impressive 15th century ruin, situated on a hill northwest of the Preza town in central Albania.
The Cave of Pëllumbas is a remarkable natural wonder located in the lush Mount Dajtit National Park, approximately 27 km away from Tirana.
Dajti Mountain National Park is located east of the capital city of Tirana and offers visitors an incredible panoramic view of the city below.
Castle Petrelë is a spectacular castle situated on the rocky hill of Petrelë in central Albania.
The Dajti Ekspres Cable Car is the perfect way to explore the city of Tirana and experience its stunning mountain views.
Bunk’Art is an extraordinary attraction that brings the recent political past of Albania into clear focus
The Martyrs’ Cemetery is a final resting place for around 900 Albanian Partisans who gave their lives in the fight to free Albania from occupation during World War II.
The Bektashi World Centre is an emblematic and spiritual place, located in the north-eastern part of Tirana approximately 1 km away from its center.
The Royal Palace, also known as the Palace of Brigades and the Presidential Palace, is the official residence of the President of Albania.
Tirana Grand Park is situated close to the prestigious district of Blloku and it covers an area of 230 hectares.
The Tirana Mosaic is a remarkable archaeological discovery that has been estimated to date back to the 3rd century AD
Mother Teresa square is located at the southern end of the Dëshmorët e Kombit Boulevard in Tirana.
The National Archaeological Museum in Tirana is one of the most important museums in the country.
For many years, this three-story villa was the home of Albania’s leader Enver Hoxha.
Postblloku – Checkpoint is an artistic monument dedicated to the memory of those who suffered under the oppressive Communist regime of Albania.
Tanners’ Bridge is an incredible example of Ottoman architecture and the oldest bridge in Tirana.
The New Bazaar, also known as ‘Pazari i Ri’, is one of the oldest and most historically significant residential areas in Tirana.
The Pyramid of Tirana is an iconic monument of the Albanian capital that stands as a reminder to Communism’s near-crushing power.
Justinian’s Fortress, also known simply as the Castle of Tirana, is a remnant of the Byzantine era located not far from Skanderbeg Square, near the Parliament and Academy of Sciences.
The Kapllan Pasha Tomb, known as Tyrbja e Kapllan Pashës in Albanian, is a Muslim Türbe located at the center of Tirana.
The Albanian National History Museum stands proudly in the centre of the city square, its entrance framed by a grand mosaic mural entitled ‘The Albanians’.