Hotel Doro City

Str. M. Gjollesha, Tirana, 1000, Albania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Str. M. Gjollesha, Tirana, is near Blue Eye (Syri Kalter), Ksamil Village, Skenderbeg Castle, and Sarande Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Tirana

    Come to Albania!

    A travel blog entry by mickyjohn on May 31, 2014

    11 photos

    ... religious buildings. Under Hoxha Albania was declared to be the world's first atheist country (state religion by another name ?). Now that he's dead god is fighting back. Over sized, foreign financed evangelical architecture is popping up like weeds. First a new Catholic cathedral, then an Orthodox and soon a huge Saudi financed mosque right in front of the parliament. There does not appear to be a large rush back to arms of religion for the average folk. What makes Albania such ...

    Kotor to Tirana

    A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 26, 2013

    8 photos

    ... champagne! We got a beer and went around the back where the cinema was to look at the schedule for the night. There was a bunch of short films that would be played shortly, so we decided to stick around for that. Darren got another beer and I got a red wine (from a cask, served in a styrofoam cup!) then we got some photos on the red carpet being movie stars! The short films were all done by the same film maker, Nelson McLaren, and most of them were drawings he ...

    Albania's Capital City

    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Aug 18, 2013

    40 photos

    ... was that it is a country that is stuck somewhere between struggle and prosperity. However, a lot of the articles we read promised Albania is just on the brink of exploding into the new European tourism hot spot, so we were determined to discover that side of the country.

    Leaving Tirana, we decided to take the train to coastal port town of Durres, which is a mere 38 kilometres away. No one promised it was an enjoyable or scenic ride, but we had heard it ...

    Magnetic north

    A travel blog entry by jane.hebiton on Jun 08, 2012

    12 photos

    ... spent at the café/bar downstairs eating breakfast and catching up on a myriad of emails. Two somewhat defibrillating coffees later and I hit the streets with a bounce in my step and skip in my heart (whoa baby, those coffees are pretty good). Unfortunately without the company of Sophie and Uli I also feel like a ******** taking photos. There’s a certain “style safety” in numbers. Oh vanity, thou art a punishing mistress.

    So ...

    Over the Final Mountains

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Jan 04, 2012

    13 photos

    ... was hard to even get into the town much less onto his grounds and see his swans swimming. Now it is a restaurant. We have to go over several hills to get there and as we are coming down the side of one mountain, all the sides of the mountain are terraced. They have a light dusting of snow on them so it is hard to tell if they are also farmed or not. Klodi tells us they have cherry trees ...