Due to 700, 000 bunkers constructed in Cold War era, Albania used to be the most secretive and enigmatic country in the whole Europe.

Albania today is a country undergoing rapid cultural, economic and commercial development, attracting tourists from all over the world who come to see the bunkers and hear the story about Enver Hoxha, the communist leader, launching the most bizarre military/industrial project, ordering a bunker to be built for every Albanian citizen. The bunkers may be found across beaches, mountains, city centres, and people’s backyards… today they stand as relics of an invasion that never happened.

Albania has rich cultural and historic heritage.  

The country proudly boasts several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including well preserved Ottoman towns of Gjirokaster and Berat, known for medieval castles, mosques and Byzantine churches.

It is a home of the tallest and the most rugged Dinaric Alps, 400km long cost line and 14 national parks.

Book a tour with us and

  • Explore the Capital City – Tirana with the visit to Bunk Art
  • Go to the City of a Thousand Windows – Berat
  • Visit Rozafa Castle in Shkoder
  • See the Flat Stone Roofs of the Gijrokaster Old Town
  • Take a walk through Kruje – famous historic castle and village

Useful information

  • Capital: Tirana
  • Area: 28.700 km²
  • Population: 2,846 mil
  • Currency: Albanian Lek (ALL)
  • National parks: Karaburun-Sazan Marine, Butrint, Llogara, Shebenik-Jabllanicë, Prespa, Divjakë-Karavasta, Theth, Valbonë Valley, Tomorr, Lurë-Dejës Mt, Dajti, Fir of Hotovë-Dangelli, Shtamë Pass, Fir of Drenovë
  • Climate: Mediterranean
  • International airport: Tirana