Castle Konti Hotel

Address: Rruga Nacionale, Tirana, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rruga Nacionale, Tirana, is near Blue Eye (Syri Kalter), Ksamil Village, Skenderbeg Castle, and Sarande Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Tirana

One day - three countries

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 20, 2014

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... we were coming into the city. It’s definitely a city of contrasts – there are massive blocks of flats dating from the communist regime but which now appear to have been painted to get rid of the standard grey but they still look pretty ****** but many of the ground floor flats have been sold to become shops. So you have these tired decrepit upper floors but on the ground floor there’s a real flash restaurant or an upmarket shop. Then you have ...

Finding India

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 29, 2013

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... vague, and was only good up to a certain point, so when we got to that part, we were guessing, and apparently guessed wrong. We ended up wandering around for a while, and asked four different people for directions and got sent in four separate directions, and also lost Matt.A for a while too, but eventually we found the right street, and after a couple of blocks we finally found it!! Yay! So we sat down and ordered the whole shebang. ...

Budva to Tirana, Albania

A travel blog entry by royelinda on Sep 01, 2013

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... interest of Tirana, it was much the same as Sarajevo. However were as Sarajevo had a raw rugged and sobering exterior which showed the people as having a spirit of survival after the siege. Tirana has a couple of attractive areas, but generally it is on big rubbish tip. It reminds me of a large scale squat. The people do not seem to take a lot of pride in their ...


A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Aug 14, 2012

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... of standard of living and infrastructure.

There were some differences, though. People speak Albanian instead of Serbian, for instance, and English is less widely spoken. I was quite pleased that there was no old town to explore, as well.

For the most part I roamed the city center snapping pictures of the more notable buildings. In the evening I ate sausages at an ...

Arrival in Tirana

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Dec 27, 2011

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... three of us speak “modern” and “technical” meaning words that are computer related, technical related, auto related, etc. are easily understood by us because they are close to English. When we later tried to describe this to Klodi he because quite defensive of his language so we let it pass.

There is a sort of fitness gym there. My daughter and I had gone down to see it. It’s not ...

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