This interesting meeting point is one of the best places to start your journey through the city.
It’s one of the oldest mosques in the country and a powerful symbol of the survival of faith.
Albania’s complex history is sometimes difficult to imagine.
While walking around the city’s unique neighborhoods, make your way to the street market on Rr. Çameria.
It was initially built to honor Albania’s ex-communist leader Enver Hoxha.
Tirana is a relatively young city with an incredibly vibrant atmosphere.
What makes it even more interesting is that the museum actually lies in the old secret police headquarters.
Besides the Ottoman styles and communist architecture, there are dozens of colorfully painted buildings all over Tirana.
One of the highlights around the famous Skanderbeg square is the National History Museum in Tirana.
Though Tirana is a busy urban area, it’s also managed to incorporate nature.
These tours take you past the city’s iconic sights and offer a more detailed insight into them.