2-Day Private Tour of Tirana and Kruja with Beach and Hiking Experience.
This is a 2-day tour which can start from Tirana or Durres city. This Tour is special because it includes sightseeing of Castles in Kruja city (40 minutes driving far from Tirana), Bunker museum in Tirana, and also Hiking experience in 1500 meters of altitude. These activities will be done in only 2 days. The tour is mixed and the travelers can have historical, hiking and beach relaxation experience.
per adult from
Hotel pickup available
What's included :
- 1x Breakfast
- Accommodation included: 1 night
- One night Accommodation in a 3 or 4 star hotel
- All Fees and Taxes
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Driver, guide Fee, food expenses and accommodation for two days
- Rental car fee
- Fuel for the vehicle
- Parking Fee
- Entry/Admission - Kruja Castle
- Entry/Admission - Bunk'Art 1
What's excluded :
- Anything which is not mentioned in the inclusions
- Entry/Admission - Muzeu Historik Kombetar
Day 1: Tirana - Kruja - Bunk Art - Tirana
Stop At: Tirana, Tirana, Tirana County
In Tirana you will visit the main Boulevard in the center, the Gallery of Arts, the Skanderbeg square, the main Boulevard, the
Mosque, the Bunker, the Pyramid, Mother Theresa square, blloku area which is also the most frequented area of the city, the national park of Tirana. The Tour in this city will be easy and interesting exploring the history of how the city was changed from the Dictatorship Time until the modern time
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Kruja Castle, Near Tirana, Kruje 1501 Albania
The ancient city of Kruja was the stronghold of Albania’s national hero, Skanderbeg, who successfully fought off the Ottomans for 25 years in the 15th century. A museum dedicated to
Skanderbeg, designed by Enver Hoxha’s daughter, sits within the citadel walls. The small bazaar is probably the best place to buy handmade products & objects- wooden carpets, handcrafted
pots, in Albania.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Bunk'Art 1, Rruga Fadil Deliu, Tirana 1001 Albania
This fantastic conversion – from a massive Cold War bunker on the outskirts of Tirana into a history and contemporary art museum – is Albania's most exciting new sight and easily a Tirana highlight. With almost 3000 sq meters of space underground spread over several floors, the bunker was built for Albania's political elite in the 1970s and remained a secret for much of its existence. Now it hosts exhibits that combine the modern history of Albania with pieces of contemporary art.
Duration: 3 hours
Pass By: National Gallery of Art, Bulevardi Deshmoret e Kombit, Tirana 1001 Albania
Tracing the relatively brief history of Albanian painting from the early 19th century to the present day, this beautiful space also holds temporary exhibitions. The interesting collection includes 19th-century paintings depicting scenes from daily Albanian life and others with a far more political dimension, including some truly fabulous examples of Albanian socialist realism. The entrance of the gallery is not always open, so if there are any exhibitions at the time of your visit you can enter inside the gallery
Pass By: Blloku, Tirana Albania
is an upmarket area in Tirana, Albania. It is widely known as an entertainment destination with its boutiques, shops, restaurants, trendy bars, pubs, and cafes. The area is part of the neighborhood of Tirana e Re in southwestern Tirana. During the peak summer months, its trendy bars transfer along the Albanian Riviera.
It became very attractive after the fall of Communism in Albania because during the communist period it was a restricted residential area for the members of the Albanian politburo, ordinary Albanians would not be allowed in. On most maps it was unmarked. Blloku you can still find the residence of Albania’s communist leader Enver Hoxha.
In blloku neighberhood you will spend you free time for lunch or for caffe
Pass By: Enver Hoxha Pyramid, Boulevard Deshmoret e Kombit, Tirana Albania
Designed by Enver Hoxha's daughter and son-in-law and completed in 1988, this monstrously unattractive building was formerly the Enver Hoxha Museum and more recently a convention centre and nightclub. Today, covered in graffiti and surrounded by the encampments of Tirana's homeless, its once-white marble walls are now crumbling, but no decision on whether to demolish or restore it has yet been reached.
The pyramid is during our sightseeing and we will stop 10 minutes for explination
Pass By: Bunk'Art 1, Rruga Fadil Deliu, Tirana 1001 Albania
This is a small bunker located on the way to our sightseeing in Tirana.
Pass By: Et`hem Bey Mosque, Sheshi Skenderbej, Tirana 1001 Albania
This is one interesting attraction located in the Skanderbeg square, This mosque is built during the 17 century and you will get the full history when you come for your visit,
Stop At: Muzeu Historik Kombetar, Skenderbej Square Boulevard Zogu I, Tirana 1001 Albania
The largest museum in Albania holds many of the country's archaeological treasures and a replica of Skanderbeg's massive sword (how he held it, rode his horse and fought at the same time is a mystery). The lighting might be poor, but fortunately, the excellent collection is almost entirely signed in English and takes you chronologically from ancient Illyria to the postcommunist era. The collection of statues, mosaics, and columns from ancient Greek and Roman times is breathtaking. The admission of entering in the museum its not included in the price
No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: 3 or 4 Stars Hotel in the center of Tirana
Day 2: Tirana - Dajti Mountain
Stop At: Tujan, Albania
The climb will already be on different terrain, we will enter the shade of the trees, and in the dense forest with tall trees. The climb will be a bit extreme but in the shade.
After 1 hour in the woods, we will continue our climb in the lawn between the mountain flowers and many species of colorful butterflies, we will take a break in the lawn and after a short walk, we will reach the neck of Qershise or as it should be otherwise Qafa e Tujanit. One of the highest points of the mountain, from this interesting balcony we will have the opportunity to see the city of Tirana from the west side (height 1600 meters), the forge lake, the artificial lake, and the Adriatic sea, from the Eastside we will have the opportunity to see Malina with Gropa, the lakes of Bovilla, very interesting, the mountain ridge which looks like the ridge of a dragoon and the new Arbri Road which goes to the border with Macedonia, the view from this side of the Mountain is fantastic.
Duration: 5 hours
Stop At: Mount Dajti, Rruga Abdyl Frasheri Nr 3 Albania
Dajti Mountain was declared a National Park in 1966 and has an expanded area of about 29,384 ha since 2006. Our experienced guides know the mountain very well and will take visitors safely to the highest peak accessible by foot (Maja e Tujanit)
Duration: 3 hours
No accommodation included on this day.
Departure Point :Traveler pickup is offered
Usually, we pick up travelers from the hotel, airport, or port. The guide will be waiting for you holding a letter that writes the name of our company. If there are other requests from customers for the location, our staff is flexible and the passenger will be informed in advance for all the details.Airports
- Rinas Airport, Tirana Albania
- Durres Port, Rruga Pavaresia 66, Durrës, Albania
Departure Time :8:00 AM
Return Detail :-
Hotel Pickup :
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Service animals allowed
- Near public transportation
- Infants must sit on laps
- Infant seats available
- Not recommended for travelers with back problems
- Not recommended for pregnant travelers
- No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
- This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.