What to do in December 2020 in Tirana

Tirana is shining in December. The Christmas lights are lighten up everywhere in squares, shops, streets. The atmosphere is fantastic and people are staying outside enjoying the festive season. Children are the happiest in this period. They love the lights, the Christmas tree, but the most of all they love the gifts and presents from parents, from different festive activities involving Santa Claus etc

What is the best thing to do in December 2020 in Tirana?

Well this is an unusual year, due to pandemic, and the gathering for more than 10 people are banned. So citizens are encouraged to stay mostly home, or to strictly respect social distance where they go outside or in other places.

The Municipality will not organize concerts, activities or fairs in Skanderbeg Square. People will miss this year the Christmas market, the hot coffee and chocolates in the square, the bars and children playgrounds. The main square will be quieter this year, even though people tend to make photos close to the biggest Christmas tree or in other festive installation.

Best things to do

Walking amid lights: The best thing to do is to walk in the lightening streets of the city. The most beautiful areas are: Skanderbeg Square, Pedestrian Street Toptani, Myslym Shyri Streets, Blloku Area, etc

Shopping: Shopping malls such as Toptani, Teg, QTU, CityPark, Megatek etc are beautifully decorated and offering good sales during the Festive Season. Also they are organizing some entertaining shows, giving presents, organizing competitions etc. The best presents are souvenirs, books, toys for kids, clothes, wines etc


Cooking is the most preferred thing to do during this season. It is cold outside, so let’s enjoy the warm inside, trying to cook some delicious meals for the family. Also enjoying a cup of chocolate close to the fireplace, reading, or watching a movie. Don’t forget to cook something more for your neighbour in need of for other vulnerable people you know


This is the best time of the year to look at others. You are buying many festive things, spending for decorations, for presents, while there are many people outside suffering, or are alone. You can help donating clothes, food, toys for kids, blankets etc. Do something that everyone can enjoy this festive season.

Happy Christmas and New Year!


Tirana's Liberation Day

Tirana celebrates today the 76 anniversary of City Liberation. It was the day when the National Liberation Forces won the war against the German invaders. Every year, the Municipality of Tirana  organizes activities in honor of the martyrs in the Liberation War of Tirana by placing floral wreaths at the ‘Unknown Soldier’ Monument. There are still some veterans remembering that day.

Activities on National Liberation Day of Tirana


The war for Liberation of Tirana lasted 2 months, and 19 days interrupted and intensive fight for the liberation of the capital. The final attack began on the morning of November 16, where Forces of Brigade 1 occupied the ‘House of Officers’, Clock Tower, Theater, and so on. Brigade VIII forces stepped forward in Kavaja Street and met with the right wing of Brigade I, narrowing even more the ring of enemy siege in the center of the capital.

Activities on National Liberation Day of Tirana

On the morning of November 17, 1944, after 19 days of hard war the capital of Albania, Tirana, was freed. The overwhelming operation for the liberation of Tirana was prepared and developed in the context of the general crackdown of “UNÇSH’ army on the liberation of Albania. It was the continuation and the culmination of the general offense. The liberation of the capital had great political and military significance. He crowned the victory of the Anti-fascist National Liberation War; Caused great losses and delayed the withdrawal of German forces. The head of anti-fascist National Liberation Front was the former dictator Enver Hoxha. But the history said that the fight for liberation of Tirana was directed by former prime Minister during dictatorship Mehmet Shehu. 

Activities on National Liberation Day of Tirana

17th November of 1944 was a very happy day for all the citizens of Tirana that time. There are some photos showing people celebrating the victory together with partisans.

The fights countinued in other cities and the whole country was liberated in 29 November 1944. 

Activities on National Liberation Day of Tirana


What to do in November 2020 in Tirana

November is the month of national pride and glory. The historic month of the true heroes of Albania. Nevethless this year, there is no gathering and no festivity. So the best suggestion is to go in the nature and stay healthy. 

That to do in Novemmber 2020 Tirana

28th November is the biggest day of our nation. 28th November 1912 is the day when Albanians from all over Albania, united in Vlora, declared the Independence of Albania.

29th November is the day of the Liberation of Albania, one of the most important moments in the history of our country.

 This year we have 108 anniversary of Independence and 76th anniversary of Country's Liberation

Tirana Liberation Day (17 November)

76 years have passed since the day of the liberation of the Albanian capital, Tirana. On this day, 127 martyrs sacrificed themselves who fought for an ideal where their biggest dream was the freedom of the country and the people.

That to do in Novemmber 2020 Tirana

Online Book Fair

The Tirana Book Fair for this year is not taking place in the "Palace of Congresses" as it was the tradition, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

During these days, publishers, writers, poets, translators, readers and people of culture meet for book discussions, presentations of new titles, but also debate tables, live stream, or in physical environments, respecting all the conditions of security.


 The exhibition "November 23" comes to the artistic life of Tirana, as one of the important activities in the field of visual art. In the collective exhibition, 28 painters through compositions address current events, daily themes, human relationship with nature, etc. About 50 different works are presented in this exhibition which is one of the longest lasting in our country.

That to do in Novemmber 2020 Tirana

You can find photo or painting exhibitions open during the month and for more information, you can see them on our events page.

Where to go

November is the month where the place is covered by the fallen leaves of the trees and a wonderful landscape is created. The nature walk is perfect for the days of November. We recommend you to go out of town and explore the villages around Tirana that have a stunning view and fresh air. 

Also the ideal place for a pleasant day, wonderful nature, stunning autumn photos is Dajti Mountain which offers many facilities to make your day even more beautiful. You can take the cable car and look at the autumn nature and have a ride at Dajti Adventure Park.

Don’t forget to post your photos of Tirana and participate in the photography contest on social media with the hashtag # TiranaAutumn2020. The competition will end on November 30th.

Take care

Covid19 is still here. Keep the social distance, escape from crowds and stay in nature. Wash your hands and be careful in order to stay clear from the infection.  Always be informed at https://new.shendetesia.gov.al/


Tirana Photo Festival 3rd edition concluded greatly

Tirana Photo Festival held its third edition on 23-31 October 2020.

It is the biggest event of photography in Albania due to its massive participation. The festival comprises of photo competition. This year three contest were announced: 1. #GreenTirana Contest with photos from the capital 2. “A Photo for life” with photos from Albania 3. Photo series with work from professional photographs. The competition ran in social media channel of Tirana Photo Festival  https://www.instagram.com/tiranaphotofestival/  and lasted from May-September.

Tirana Photo Festival

The event is organized by DMO Albania, a Destination Management Organization and supported by Municipality of Tirana and Fujifilm Albania. The aim of the event is to promote tourism through the art of photography by engaging mainly young people.

The jury of the festival was led by well-known photographer Mr. Roland Tasho and other photographers like Gent Shkullaku, Albert Cmeta and Armand Sallbanda.

The awarding ceremony was organized at the stairs of National History Museum in the Scanderbeg square due to Covid-19 in order to respect the distance.

Tirana Photo Festival

Deputy Mayor of Tirana Municipality, Mr. Andi Seferi as well as other personalities of culture and representatives of Fujifilm Albania.

The winners of Green Tirana were:

Sonila Hyseni, 1st prize supported by Tirana Municipality 100,000 Leks

Merli Hafizi 2nd prize supported by Tirana Municipality 50,000 Leks

Valter Zharra 3rd prize supported by Tirana Municipality 30,000 Leks


Tirana Photo Festival

The winners of “A Photo for Life’ with photos from Albania

Telvisa Hysi  1st prize supported by Fujifilm Albania, gets a  XT-20 Fuji camera 

Ilir Shyti  2nd prize supported by Fujifilm Albania gets a XF10 Fuji 

Granit Temaj 3rd prize supported by Fujifilm Albania, gets a instax camera

Tirana Photo Festival

Klaudio Spirollari, won "The most voted by public" supported by Instax Emotions 

 Encouraging Prizes:

 Sabian Hasani supported by Irisoft Education, a free Photoshop course, 250 Euro 

 Klevisa Lici  supported by Irisoft Education, a free Photoshop course, 250 Euro 

The exhibition hostes also foto series from professional photographers, Rozafa Shpuza, Roland Beqiraj and Arber Xhafa. The Exhibition was opened from 23-31 October and saw many visitors despite the pandemic. According to Museum employee, on average 50 people a day would visit the exhibitions. 


What to do in October 2020 in Tirana

What to do in October in Tirana

Cultural activities are coming back in Tirana, after a long time ‘silence’ due to pandemic. October is always a busy month with events, conferences and fairs and this year will be the same.

Tirana Photo Festival is the biggest yearly event of photography. It is happing in Tirana, but the festival is a national event, inviting people from all over the country to apply. This year, the organizers of Festival, DMO ALBANIA, announced three photo contests: Foto Single, theme: A photo for life; Foto Series with the theme: Hope and #GreenTirana, dedicated to Tirana. The event will be held at National History Museum, on 23 October 2020. An exhibition with 100 photos will be open for a week, and some workshops, forums with photographers will follow. There are big awards for the winners of this festival, mostly amateurs, young people who are the best promoters of the beauties of this country.

Tirana Photo Festival

Other activities happening this month are: jazz Fest 2020 at Rinia park, Different Trains Festival on 2nd October, a great concert Covivere on 6th October at Amphitheatre, Lake Park etc

Autumn Tirana

See here all the events happening in October in Tirana. Museums and galleries are open during all the months. At National Art Gallery in the main hall you can find the Open Archive, the best works in years from the well-known Albanian artists. Gallery 43, is one of the best galleries in Tirana where you can buy a great paint.


Where to go

October is the month where one of the pleasure is to walk amid fallen leaves in the city. The rain season has started, but it is still warm to go out for a walk in fresh air. The October is perfect month for walking, hiking, and traveling outside the city. We strongly recommend to all citizens in Tirana, and foreigners to know the villages, to get a bus and to travel in Tirana suburbs. The villages are so close to Tirana, but far the noisy city. There are good restaurants, fresh air, beautiful nature, mountains and rivers, and canyons. We have prepared some tips for villages in Tirana; what to do in Baldushk; what to do in Kashar; What to do in Peza, What to do in Vaqarr;  etc

Autumn Tirana

Stay with a view

Dajti Mountain is always a great place to go, and to enjoy a delicious food with a view. Take the Cable Car at least once in a month to feel above clouds and to have Tirana in your hands. Dajti offers one in one: a good hotel, restaurant, golf field, roller blading, paragliding, hiking etc

Hotels in the city, we recommend Unik Hotel close to the lake, a pleasant stay with the lake view, very welcoming staff, great food from Gambero Restaurant and Pizzeria Pavaroti.

Don’t forget to do photos from Tirana during this season, and post them with hashtag #TiranaAutumn2020. You are always winners with VisitTirana.

Autumn Tirana


What to do in September in Tirana! Welcome Autumn

September is the month when we say goodbye to the Summer and welcome the season of Autumn- Winter. September is also considered as New Year, since the pupils and students will start the new academic year 2020-2021. The school start in 14 September in all over the country and despite the pandemic, everything is planned to be back to normality again. 

School in tirana


September is warm and with few rains. There are many people using these warm days of September to do continue their vacations. With all the institutions stating the work and their projects, we hope to have a richer cultural life in Tirana also. During the summer, there were very few activities due to the fear of Pandemic.


For September there are some activities planned, such as Exhibition at Cod for Ismail Qemali, theatre at Air Turbina and House of Leaves, conferences, and the Nights of Italian cinema, every week at Reja. See updated events in our link: http://www.visit-tirana.com/things-to-do/events

Tours and sightseeing

Since the situation with Covid19 is still problematic, we encourage everyone to continue their activities in the nature during their free time. Now that the hot days are over, walking in nature is the best thing to do. Afternoon walking by the lake, or hiking during weekends in mountains and waterfalls or lakes of Tirana is very inspiring and relaxing. If you want to know all outdoor attraction around Tirana please see our destinations here: http://www.visit-tirana.com/explore-tirana/outside-tirana, or plan your tour here: http://www.visit-tirana.com/explore-tirana/tours-to-tirana/daytrips-in-tirana.

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Tirana Photo Festival

September is the last month of applying for Tirana Photo Festival, the biggest yearly event in Tirana, with three photo contest opened. See here the website of festival: www.tiranaphotofestival.com to know more about the rules of Festival, how to apply and what you win.  One contest is called #GreenTirana, so you can travel everywhere in the city, take a photo a be a winner of fantastic prizes this festival is offering.

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Take care

Covid19 is still here. Keep the social distance, escape from crowds and stay in nature. Wash your hands and be careful in order to survive the infection.  Always be informed at https://new.shendetesia.gov.al/

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What to do in August 2020 in TIRANA

Tirana is coping with COVID19, and as experts say we are already in the second wave of the pandemic.  The city is living with the disease and all people are going normally to work and living their life. The masks are obligatory in indoor business activities and institutions, but people are wearing them even in open spaces. The number of deaths is increasing and the situation is totally unclear. See the updates every day of the Covid situation in Albania here: shendetesia.gov.al

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Tourism is almost halted, but people in Tirana are finding ways to go for small holidays, mostly during weekends outside the city, in villages, or for some days in Albanian beaches. No one can travel outside Albania, the borders remained closed.

What you can do in Tirana

During August we suggest you to stay away from crowded places, and to choose to travel outside the city in nature, in villages, in mountains around Tirana. It is better than going to the beach, which is so close to Tirana. There is a strong relation between green places full with oxygen and low numbers of infected people by COVID. So what we suggest is be part of nature as much as you can, stay in open spaces not indoors. You can do hiking, climbing or picnics, entertain your kids with sports and open air activities. Here are some places where you can go in weekend while you are in Tirana in August outside Tirana . tours to  Tirana

 If you want organized daily tours around Tirana, here are some of them, which we can arrange for you: Daytrips in Tirana

Where to eat

Please avoid indoor restaurants with air conditioner and choose instead restaurants in open spaces in nature. Read before the reviews for each restaurant or guest house, especially regarding about their cleanness and hygiene. Good restaurants and hotels have mentioned their anti-covid measures in their website. Before you stop somewhere, you should see their website, how updated they are, how much they care for the guests etc. You can stop everywhere and possible be infected. There are very responsible businesses and from the other hand there are businesses behaving that nothing is happening. Take care about your health. We suggest more that this period you should eat your own food, organize picnics in nature, or in small parks. Our motto is: Eat Homemade Food during pandemic!

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Cultural Activities

The cultural life in Tirana has started, with some activities in open spaces such as Reja installation, and Tirana Amphitheatre and Skanderbeg Square.

Reja has started its own yearly festival, during summer day. Every day at Reja you will see activities, dance, music, painting exhibitions and different artistic performances. You can sit in the ground, take a beer and enjoy the spectacle.

For four days at Skanderbeg Square (4-7 August) you will see at Skanderbeg Square more than 100 best artistic pieces of modern art screening at the square. The spectacle will be visible for anyone. You can keep the distance and enjoy this beautiful performance.

You can still enjoy every Thursday, new Shakespeare monologues, performed by the actors of Metropoli Theater. You can watch them in their social media channels and YouTube.

Museums and galleries are open under strict measures. No open space festivals, but there are some concerts at Amphitheatre with limited number of spectators, mostly to give the atmosphere of music and live at the most frequented area, which is Tirana Big Park.

Enjoy your stay in Tirana, but stay healthy is the first thing you have to do.


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What to do in July 2020 in Tirana

The hot days are here, the real summer. Tirana streets are somehow empty during the day, but in afternoons everything changes. People tend to go outside the city, in the nature, or in swimming pools which are everywhere in all surrounding area of Tirana. In the evening the city is very lively again, bars and restaurants, parks are full of people. 
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Covid19 situation

Albania is facing Covid19 in an appropriate way. There is a growing number of infected people, because we have a bigger number of testing, and this rise is normal. While the number of death is about 60, which is still the lowest number in Balkans. For updated news regarding the covid19 please see the official website of Ministry of Health https://new.shendetesia.gov.al/

There are still some restrictions regarding the free movement of people in other destinations. For the flights available from and to Tirana please check  https://www.tirana-airport.com/

The interurban public transport is open so you can travel from Tirana to other cities, in bus  stations in http://tiranaparking.al/terminali-i-autobuzeve-nderqytetas/

Bars and restaurants are open without limits, just take care about social distancing.

Museums and Galleries are open and starting to show new exhibitions, but under strict measures for visiting them due to COVID19

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While the activities in open space and festivals are banned, but there are some concerts started at Amphitheatre at Tirana Big Park since it is a big space and people can enjoy, but seated in social distance for 1 m from each other

What to do for July 2020

Since the COVID 19 is still circulating among us, we suggest to go in fresh air, in villages around Tirana and in mountainous areas. We have plenty of tours organizing every weekend and you can book with Visit Tirana, such as visit at Shengjergj, Bovilla Lake, Cyclop Eye, Kakunja Waterfall. See all day trips tours here: http://www.visit-tirana.com/explore-tirana/tours-to-tirana/daytrips-in-tirana

The sea is so close to Tirana, just 30 minutes in Durres, or in other areas such as Divjaka, Spille etc 1 hour far from Tirana. Especially during weekends people go out of the city and turn back on Sunday evening to start on Monday their work. There are several interurban buses to and from Durres every day.

When you go out of Tirana you will find several swimming pools, mostly of them in old Tirana Elbasan Road. The prices varies from 500-1000 ALL per person. It is good to spend a day close to Tirana in swimming pools, all of them have bars and restaurants.

Bike tours are also very popular, you can rent a bike for 24 hours and enjoy the surrounding of Tirana, especially the villages, such as Baldushk, Petrela, Vaqar, Kashar etc. You can do hiking in Dajti Mount, or to go to Adventure Park in Dajti.

In the afternoon, Skandberg Square is the most populated area, where people can sit everywhere, bike or skate in the square. Or go for a walk to the lake. The open bars are full everywhere in  Tirana, which is the most popular activity in the city. People stay in late hours, talking, drinking or dining with each other. In summer afternoons Tirana looks very crowded. People turn from their daily works, or daily tours and the afternoon the city is full of people 

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Don’t underestimate all the measures due to covid19. Don’t hug people, keep distance, wash your hands, and keep masks in populated areas, also in supermarkets and all the shops. Enjoy the staying in Tirana.


Winners of #TiranaSpring2020

Visit Tirana organized the 15 th social media photo contest in Instagram with hashtag #TiranaSpring2020.
More than 700 photos were posted during 3 months, from 1 March to 31 May 2020. Even tough was a very unusual period due to Covid19, and Albanians were isolated at home especially during March and April, people did photos in few hours they were allowed to go out. And this was very impressive for us.
In May the spring sprung everywhere, and the quarantine ended, so many photographers and adventurers went in many places around Tirana and did beautiful photos.
We selected top ten photos, and published them in Instagram inviting all followers to select the best three photos of #TiranaSpring2020

The first place: Adjol Sini with the Summer Day in Quarantine

Parku Rinia in Tirana

The second place: Pyxelsbyab Pyramid and green trees in May

Parku Rinia in Tirana

The third place: Arend Rada, night walking in quarantine

Parku Rinia in Tirana


Parku Rinia reopens for Children's Day

On 1 June 2020, youth park, Rinia Park in Tirana is reopened after one year, due to restoration.

Parku Rinia in Tirana

Rinia park is situated close to the city center and the new concept is to turn it in a park for all ages, especially for children, but to reduce somehow the noise since this park is in the most popular place in Albania. The traffic around the park is always busy since it is surrounded by main boulevard, Ministries, Tajvani area, Myslym Shyri and Ibrahim Rugova streets. So there are created many green dunes to balance the acoustics and people can relax undisturbed by the cars in the main roads. There are separated places for old people, for children for cultural activities, such as small concerts and circus, and a dedicated place for dogs.

Parku Rinia in Tirana

 In the main entrance of the park you can see the Monument of Independence inaugurated for 100th anniversary of Albanian Independence in 2012.

 The other entrance is from Tajvani complex where you can see a bike stop, and the beautiful fountain, enjoy a coffee while kids are playing.

Parku Rinia in Tirana

 If you want to read the story of building this park, see the information here.

Parku Rinia in Tirana


Tourism season restarts carefully in Tirana

The hotels are all open in Tirana, after months of closure due to Covid 19. They have taken all the necessary measures for the safety of their guests: disinfecting the rooms and all premises, printing all the information and putting them in visible places for the guest. Everything is clean and ready. But, where are the guests? Where are the tourists?

They even are lowering their prices, preparing cheap packages to address the local tourism. We interviewed our clients who are preparing everything needed to start the summer season.

Dajti Express who owns Belvedere Hotel, Ballkoni i Dajtit Restaurant, Dajti Adventure Park, Roller Blading Rink, minigolf fields is offering family packages for all local and foreign torists. This package for the summer months is: two parents and two kids (under 12 years), can enjoy for 49 euro together a night at the hotel, breakfast and dinner, cable car drive, roller blanding ticket. This is a very good offer for a family weekend in the Mount Dajti. 

Hotel Colosseo a 4-Star luxury hotel is located at Durresi Street, now is open and waiting for tourists. “We can’t wait to see the first guests’ – said Brizida, the manager of the hotel.  “The hotel was closed for travellers during COVID-19 lockdown and we were working with limited staff to answer the calls and we are now getting ready to welcome travelers following government protocols for hotels about COVID-19”, she added. Colosseo hotel welcomes travelers from the region who can reach Tirana by car, travelers from Kosovo, Northern Macedonia and other Balkan countries who want to explore Tirana and Albania.  While in hotel you can enjoy it refined cuisines which mixes local taste with Italian cuisine with elegant serving.  There is also pastry bar which offers mouthwatering desserts. 

Hotel Unik is also opened after pandemic and offering 20% discount for accomodation this period. The hotel is located close to the Tirana Zoo, in a green area, away from the noise and traffic of Capital. Valentina, the manager of this hotel said that they keep all the staff, waiting for better days to come. During the pandemic they continued the work only with their restaurants Pavaroti and Gambero, delivering food for clients to their home. So they have been busy somehow. The hotel is now open and they are preparing to welcome tourists respecting all the safety protocols for #Covid19.  

what to do in April in Tirana

Bars and restaurants and nightlife

Bar and restaurants started to work after 18th of May. They are operating normally, respecting the social distance with 2 m between tables or chairs. The agrotourism farms outside Tirana will be the most visited this summer, since people want to stay outside and to enjoy fresh products. We can suggest you many restaurants, traditional, italian, or modern cuisine.  Regarding the night bars, they are not opened yet.  

what to do in April in Tirana

Museums and parks are open

On international day of Museums, 18 May, all the museums, galleries, natural parks and archaeological parks will be open. This is an added opportunity for tourism industry to include the visits on the cultural sites in their first packages for tourism season after Covid19.

what to do in April in Tirana



What to do in June 2020 in Tirana

From 1st of June, the land borders opened with neighbour countries. Also the whole country opened, lifting the curfew with the last remained red zones, Tirana, Durres and Shkodra. Now people can move freely in all the country. 

There is hope that tourism will restart after long agony due to COVID19. The hotels in Tirana are ready to welcome tourists with all the necessary measures taking place. Restaurants, bars also are open.  Albania’s beaches will be open from 1st of June, but only for people staying in hotels. From 10th of June, the beaches will be open for all people.

Public transport also will be open soon, and people can move from one destination to the other. But the measures are strict, even for transport who will work with half of their capacity due to social distance. Also the hotels have strict protocols to follow, starting from appointing a Covid coordinator who will monitor the health of guests since they are arriving in their hotel.

What you can do in June in Tirana?

The weather is perfect. You can explore the main attractions in the city walking, or biking. Tirana has new bike lines, so you can rent a bike and explore the city and taking photos.

what to do in April in Tirana

You can book a hotel in Tirana, the prices are low and competitive. You can choose hotels since you enter in Tirana such as Colosseo, or you can choose hotels with lake view such as UNIK hotel, or you can go for a hotel in Mount Dajti such as Belvedere. It is up to you if you want to stay in the city, close to the center, or amid a beautiful nature. See more

what to do in April in Tirana

Dajti Cable Car is open since 18th of May. Adventure Park is also open, and it is the only such park for entertainment of kids and adults in the whole city. The ticket price for kids up to 8 years is 1000 All, while from 8+ years the ticket price is 1400ALL including cable car drive. See more

what to do in April in Tirana

Restaurants are all open, so you can taste Albanian food combined with Italian or Greek food. See more restaurants here.

what to do in April in Tirana

What we suggest for this month are tours outside Tirana. A daily trip to Erzeni Canyons, Pellumbas Cave, Shumoku Canyons, Farka Lake, Cyclop Eye, or in Peza, Petrela and Preza villages, when you can see the castles and enjoy a picnic in the nature. We organize tours in groups every weekend and you can join with us, booking your place at contact@visit-tirana.com or 0692078553.

what to do in April in Tirana

The cultural events are still missing, since the festivals, concerts in public spaces are still forbidden. But you can enjoy museums and galleries which are open. Theater or cinemas are still closed.

Despite the luck of cultural events, we can use this period to enjoy nature, and to part of it. But careful, don’t pollute it, live nothing behind only your footprints! We can preserve nature, and make our planet live longer!

Don’t forget to post your photos of Tirana in Summer. #TiranaSummer2020 photo contest will be open from 1 June to 31 August. Show the best of Tirana and we will share your photos via our social media channels. Let’s promote together our city. Let’s save tourism!