On the eve of the end of the year holidays, some people have thought of spending it outside. But how can you make sure that some surprises that come your way go unnoticed? Unwanted things usually happen when you are accompanied by friends during the trip or you have planned everything and suddenly something goes wrong. Keep in mind!
Shqiperia is called in other ways as the Land of Eagles.This amazing place is home to almost three million people. Albania is a very good place for nature lovers: vast mountain ranges capped with snow, canyons and rivers, golden sands and crystal waters. There is also a range of accommodation types on offer, from best hotels to campsites, so there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets. Albania has it all. When it comes to the people, you will be hard pressed to find a more welcoming and hospitable bunch.
Tirana is the capital of the region and district of the same name and the capital of the Republic of Albania. In the conditions of the Balkan War, the nobility of Tirana declared independence on November 26, 1912 and was declared the provisional capital of Albania on February 9, 1920 by the Congress of Lushnja. Eventually Tirana was declared the capital of Albania in 1925 by the Constitutional Assembly. The city of Tirana is the largest city in Albania and the largest economic, administrative, political, industrial, media, academic, social and cultural center of the country. Tirana is located only 17 km away from the “Mother Teresa” airport, the only international airport in Albania known as Rinas. This airport is the most important connecting entrance between Albania and the rest of the world.
Mountain tourism is a recreational activity which is expressed in the temporary mental and physical rest of man by visiting and staying in mountainous areas and regions. The main factors that influence the development of mountain tourism are natural beauties, climate suitable for human health, mountain reliefs, biodiversity, diverse landscapes, mountain lakes, thermo-mineral waters and interesting sources of natural water.
Durres can be compared to the largest cities of the ancient Mediterranean and the Mediterranean. The city of Epidamn Dyrak was built by the Illyrians Taulant, the swallows in the XIII-XI centuries BC.According to ancient authors, this city was founded by two kings of Illyrian origin named Dyrah and Epidamn. King Epidamn, built the fortified part of the city southeast of Mount Durres, while his nephew Dyrrak, built the Port that for many, many centuries bear his name. From these two names survived to this day, the name Dyrrah-Durrësi, for its role as a harbor-Port.
Shkodër historically known as Scodra, is the fifth most populous city of the Republic of Albania and the capital of the eponymous municipality and county. It is one of the most ancient cities in the Balkans and exerts strong cultural, economic and religious influences in Northern Albania. Its location has been of strategic importance throughout its history. It has often helped the city to its wealth or made it the subject of conflicts between foreign powers. The lake, named after the city of Shkodër, is the largest lake in Southern Europe.
Anyone who has been given the opportunity to visit Berat has been amazed. Not only from its rare architecture, but also from the generosity and hospitality of Berat.Berat as a city is built between mountains and hills and you seem to be in an ancient amphitheater; Tomorr Mountain, Shpirag Mountain, Gorrica Mountain and the Castle.In the middle of the city passes the Osum River that divides Berat into two parts and is connected by the Gorrica Bridge, which has seven arches and was built in 1870.
The city of Pogradec was built on the southwestern shores of Lake Ohrid and is one of the most notable cities of Albania for its tradition in hosting “family tourism” and for the pleasant, fresh climate during the summer season.
Kruja is a town and a municipality in north central Albania. Located between Mount Krujë and the Ishëm River, the city is only 20 km north from the capital of Albania, Tirana.In 1190 Krujë became the capital of the first Albanian state in the Middle Ages, the Principality of Arbër.In 1914. The museums of Krujë include the Skanderbeg Museum, located in the environs of the Krujë Castle, and the national ethnographic museum. The name of the city is related to the Albanian word kroi, krua, meaning “fountain”. During the Illyrian Wars the area of Krujë was captured by the Roman Republic.
Korçë is the eighth most populous city of the Republic of Albania. It is coextensive with the municipality of Korçë, and is the capital of Korçë County. The total population is 75,994, in a total area of 806 km2. It stands on a plateau some 850 m (2,789 ft) above sea level, surrounded by the Morava Mountains.