Berat

Berat, Albania

Hotels in Berat

Berat Accommodations (3)
Hotel Palma Berat

Hotel Palma Berat

3.50 16 reviews

Perballe Lagjes Mangalem, Berat, Albania

Hotel Mangalemi Berat

Hotel Mangalemi Berat

5.00 342 reviews

Rruga Mihal Komneno, Berat, Albania

Tomori Hotel Berat

Tomori Hotel Berat

3.00 28 reviews

Qender, Berat, Albania

Travel Blogs from Berat

Berat Travel Blogs (83)
The fortress and old town, Berat, Albania travel blog

The fortress and old town

A travel blog entry by greghahn

10

... houses. The Gorica bridge makes for some good pictures. Then we head to the main walk streer for a coffee and a check of some shops. Berat is a pretty cool town. Marco drives us back to Tirana and we are back at 5.30. Really enjoyed the day.   ...

Albania, Berat, Albania travel blog

Albania

A travel blog entry by redtilly

61

... had a look around and visited the church.  Then we had to walk back down again. There are a lot of old bunkers in Albania.  Over 600,000 were built and there are still a lot left.  Apparently they were built to withstand a tank going over ...

Hospitality, Gorica, Albania travel blog

Hospitality

A travel blog entry by pwong

14

... ; Heading out for the evening xhiro, I caught Lorenc as he was also leaving, so we strolled together through Berat's centre.  The topic of Albania's complicated history came up, something that can be a touchy subject for locals of any of the Balkan ...

Kermit and Miss Piggy, Berat, Albania travel blog

Kermit and Miss Piggy

A travel blog entry by pwong

12

... interesting one, with a five to ten minute walk through no man's land separating both countries, a likely by-product of Albania's former Communist leader Hoxha, and his infamous paranoia.  Crossing the border was far less painful than I had ...

Attractions in Berat

Berat Attractions (1)
Berat Fortress

Berat Fortress

4.50

Overlooking the Osum River valley, Berat, Albania

This 13th-century fort includes a number of preserved Byzantine churches, including the 13th-century Church of St. Mary of Vllaherna and the 14th-century Church of the Holy Trinity.