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Address: Rruga Rexhep Hamit Demi, Tirana, 1000, Albania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Rruga Rexhep Hamit Demi, 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

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... itching to gobble up blocks of southern Albania. We were told they will pay you several hundred Euros to switch your nationality from Albanian to Greek. There are thousands of years of friction between the two nations. Southern Albania is said to be the home of the some of the biggest pot growing operations in Europe. Did you know that Albanian horses only need to go over a mountain pass once and they have the route forever memorized ? If you want to ship out pot without getting ...

Kotor to Tirana

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 26, 2013

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... Western music, and they sounded pretty good. Chris left after a few songs and we watched for a bit longer. I was feeling pretty **** by then as my hayfever had been getting worse and worse all day, so we didn't stay late. After Darren had a couple of drinks and got a video of the band we walked back home. Some of the hostel staff were hanging around and playing chess, so Darren gave one of them a game. I headed up to bed instead though to try sleep off the ...

Getting to Albania

A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Aug 09, 2013


... by a long way. However, it was OK overnighting in Ulcinj and have a look around the town (and beach). It was a bit like Budva - lots of tourists and souviner shops.
Day 2 was another 7am start ( to hell with the 6am bus). Went first to Shkodra ( 1st town in Albania) and then caught another bus to Tirana. Got here at 1pm as had to stuff around a bit in Shkodra getting Albanian money and then finding a bus. There seems to be no ...

A change of perpective

A travel blog entry by kokyuho on Nov 02, 2012

... don't just cross the street even when the light is green for you, you run for your life! In just the half day I spent in this city, I saw one person being ran over and many more really close to it, apart from many saved for a centimiter car accidents. People here drive like chased by the devil! Other one is the thing that in Albania, due to its history, most of the population is muslim, and so it was the first place i've been where there are so many ...

Magnetic north

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

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... complete. Happy campers all round. Global Rhythm Pot listeners you’re in for some sweet Albanian sounds. Get you shoes shined and wet your whistles J

A foray into a shop to complete my set of silver filigree jewellery (the speciality of Albania) and the One-Woman Economic Recovery Package is back on track. Haggling over the last 100 lek (about $1) - “for coffee” said the shop keep, Flory, with a wry smile. I’ll buy that.