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Things to do in Albania
Durres - discover the Amphitheatre in Durres
The amphitheatre in Durres is thought to have been built in the 2nd century AD and although not completely excavated is thought to have been capable of sitting up to 20,000 people making it the largest amphitheatre in the region. It is situated right in the middle of the city and parts of it have been built on with modern housing making the whole thing seem a little surreal. Be sure to explore some of the tunnels that exist still under the main theatre.
Tirana - hike around Mount Dajti
Mount Dajti offers some wonderful opportunities for hikers to get away from the built up areas around Tirana and take in the sensational views that are available from the summit. The best way to start your hike is to take the cable car up the mountain as far as it goes and then walk along the trails in the ancient oak forest. You can do this on your own but taking a guide helps you identify the more interesting points of the area.
Introduction of Albania
Teeming with mystery, adventure, and intrigue, Albania offers a holiday destination unlike anywhere else in the world. Despite being in political and social turbulence throughout the last century, Albania is now a popular tourist destination, due to its cultural uniqueness and assortment of landscapes. Hotels in Albania range from the classy, world-renowned chains in the larger cities, to basic backpacker lodgings in the smaller, more rustic towns of the countryside. As a whole, Albania hotels offer secure and cozy accommodation that will put the weary traveller’ s mind at ease. Whether tourists are sightseeing the largest city, Tirana, or a small rural village, Albania hotels generally provide the necessary amenities for a comfortable stay. Some of the most visited and most fascinating cities in Albania include Berat, the town of a thousand windows; Sarande, the Albanian city of Romance; Kruje, Albania’s balcony over the Adriatic and Gjirokaster, the stone city.