Small in size, but a large in a diverse landscape, visitors to Albania can enjoy the warm tropical waters of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas to the soaring heights of the mountain ranges that dominate the landscape. Long overlooked, Albania is growing in popularity with tourists who are looking to relax on the beaches, or discover many of the beautiful castles, archaeological sites and charming mountain villages. Several mountain ranges form the backbone of the country stretching the length of the country including the Albanian Alps and Ceraunian Mountains. The western coastal region consists of low hills and lower reaches of valleys that open onto the coastal plain. The country is characterized by the archaeological heritage from Greek, Roman, and Ottoman times, unspoiled beaches, delicious traditional cuisine, unique traditions and unsurpassed hospitality. Plan your visit today and see why this is becoming a popular travel destination.
Τirana is the capital and the largest city of Albania. The city is home to many universities and is the center of the political, economical, and cultural life of the country. Getting to Albania has become much easier for all the tourists via air. A number of popular airlines have regular scheduled flights to the Rinas Mother Teresa International Airport from most of the European capitals.
The main cultural institutions of Tirana are the National Theater, the National Theater of Opera and Ballet of Albania, and the National Arts Gallery. The city serves as a regular venue for the Tirana Biennale, Tirana Jazz Festival, White Night on 28 November, Rally Albania, and Tirana Fashion Week.
Recently, Tirana has been redesigning its identity to a more Mediterranean city full of cafes and a vibrant nightlife.
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