“Ditch your guidebooks and venture to these lesser-known gems”, that’s what the article of Conde Nast Traveler, the American luxury and lifestyle magazine, writes about some of the more “surprising destinations” of Europe, also including the buzzing and interesting capital of Albania, Tirana. The article describes Tirana as historically interesting, young and close to nature. Read what the article says about Tirana:
"A visit to Tirana offers at once a glimpse into Albania’s unsettling (yet captivating) recent history and an invigorating taste of a vibrant, rapidly evolving capital. The city combines fascinating architectural reminders of the country’s communist chapter with a distinctly youthful energy, perhaps best encapsulated by the metamorphosis of the monumental 1988 Tirana Pyramid into a youth-focused cultural hub. The city center is walkable and full of places to simply ‘be’ (take a seat on the sofa-eques benches of Skanderbeg Square, iced coffee in hand), with nature never feeling too far away—courtesy not least of the vast Grand Park and majestic Mount Dajti, which flanks the city.
For stellar views and a sense of the landscape surrounding Tirana, head up Mount Dajti with the cable car, before taking a culinary journey through Albania at restaurant Mullixhiu, which feels like a country retreat on the edge of the Grand Park. To experience the best of Tirana nightlife, make a beeline for the Blloku neighborhood."
Read the full article here!
Daytrips in Tirana
|Cave of Pellumbas tour in Tirana|
|Communist Architecture tour in Tirana|
|Old Villas tour in Tirana|
|Tirana - Dajti Mountain Cable Car|