We are living in difficult times, but this doesn’t mean we cannot enjoy life. The revitalization of nature comes as a message to cherish life with what is offered to us. That is why, Visit Tirana editors write monthly articles with recommendations on what to do on a specific month.
Weather gets warmer in April; the sunny days invites you for a walk or a picnic under the blooming trees.
Before planning to visit Tirana, Albania get information from your embassy and information about COVID-19 situation. The Ministry of Health announced updated movement restrictions in March 25th. There will be a daily curfew from 20:00 to 6:00am. Bars, restaurants, fast food, and other similar activities are prohibited from operating between 20:00pm and 6:00am, except for delivery services. Public movement is restricted during these hours except for work reasons, health care emergencies, or urgent needs.
Art and Culture
For art lovers, museums and galleries are open and welcome visitors. Visits should be in line with coronavirus protection rules. You can see the new events here.
While theaters continue to show performances weekly livestreaming on their Facebook channels.
April 2,3,4 are the dates marked for Catholic believers who celebrate the resurrection of Christ. Every year, they attend the Catholic Easter services at St. Paul's Cathedral in Tirana.
Weather is ideal for hiking, biking or a picnic with the family. The Artificial Park Lake is the most frequented as there are more facilities and a playground for children as well as reactive areas. While Farka Lake Park remains less crowed and you can quietly enjoy nature.
For those of you who are passionate about nature trips, climbing and hiking in the mountains, we have a list of natural places in Tirana.
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Stay safe and enjoy April in Tirana!