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We are a team of adventurers that will help you discover the best places in the world. We'll guide you in order to live unique and life changing experiences.

We are a team of adventurers that will help you discover the best places in the world. We'll guide you in order to live unique and life changing experiences.

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Day 1: Durres

Stop At: Durres Amphitheatre, Rruga Kalase, Durrës, Albania
The weathered Roman-era Amphitheatre of Durrës was built on the hillside inside the city walls in the early 2nd century AD.In its prime it had the capacity to seat 15,000 to 18,000 spectators, but these days a few inhabited houses occupy the stage, a reminder of its recent rediscovery (in 1966) and excavation. The Byzantine chapel in the amphitheatre has several beautiful mosaics.
Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Durres Castle, Durres Albania
The Venetian Castle is an extension of the Byzantine Fortress of Durrës. Built in the sixth century, it was considered as one of the most powerful fortresses along the western coast of the Adriatic. Architectonic elements of the structure and historic records show that the fortress was rebuild in the first half of the fifteenth century, when Durrës was ruled by the Republic of Venice.

Stop At: Durres Archaeological Museum, Rruga Taulantia, Durres Albania
The bulk of the museum consists of artifacts found in the nearby ancient site of Dyrrhachium and includes an extensive collection from the Ancient Greek, Hellenistic and Roman periods Items of major note include Roman funeral steles and stone sarcophagi, an elliptical colourful mosaic measuring 17 by 10 feet, referred to as The Beauty of Durrës, and a collection of miniature busts of Venus, testament to the time when Durrës was a centre of worship of the goddess.
Duration: 40 minutes

Pass By: Royal Villa of Durres, Rruga Kont Urani, Durres Albania
Royal Villa of Durrës, also known as Zog's Villa of Durrës (Albanian: Vila mbretërore e Durrësit) was the summer villa of King Zog in Durrës, Albania.

It was used as the summer palace by the Albanian Royal family during the reign of the Monarchy and still remains a symbol of the Monarchy in the City.

Pass By: Fatih Mosque, Rruga Xhamia, Durrës, Albania
The Fatih Mosque is a Cultural Monument of Albania, located in Durrës. It was built in 1502 and named after the Ottoman Turkish Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror. Closed by the Communist authorities, it became a cultural monument in 1973.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Adriatik Hotel

Day 2: Gjirokaster

Stop At: Gjirokaster Castle, Gjirokaster Albania
The castle of Gjirokastra, entitled Cultural Monument of first category in 1948, is situated in the city of Gjirokastra which is part of Worldwide Cultural Heritage UNESCO. The castle is built on a rock that has the shape of a herringbone and prevails the city with its height
Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Gjirokaster Mosque, Sheshi Cerciz Topulli, Gjirokaster Albania
Built in 1757, the Gjirokastër Mosque (Xhamia e Gjirokastrës) is one of the most notable landmarks in the Old Bazaar area of Gjirokastër.

Pass By: Gjirokastra Bazaar, Old town, Gjirokaster Albania
Until the mid 20th century Gjirokastra was an important market centre for agricultural products from the region, leather working and woodworking.

Pass By: The Blue Eye, Vlore 9706 Albania
In this peaceful forest we will walk to the crystal clear spring called Blue Eye, where 900 m3 water per minute is coming from deep down the earth.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
Accommodation included: Overnight in Gjirokastra

Day 3: Saranda– Three Island of Kasmil – Butrint Archaeological Park – Monastery of Forty Saints – Lëkurësi Castle

Stop At: Butrint National Park, SH81, Butrint Albania
Inhabited since prehistoric times, Butrint has been the site of a Greek colony, a Roman city and a bishopric. Following a period of prosperity under Byzantine administration, then a brief occupation by the Venetians, the city was abandoned in the late Middle Ages after marshes formed in the area. The present archaeological site is a repository of ruins representing each period in the city’s development
Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Ksamil Islands, Albania
Explore three Island of Ksamil are also called “the Ionian pearl” because of its beauty.

Stop At: Monastery of 40 Saints, 40 Shenjtoreve, Saranda Albania
The Fourty Saints Monastery (Rrënojat e Manastirit të 40 Shenjtorëve) was built in the 6th Century in dedication to the Forty Martyrs of Sebaste and was thought to be an important pilgrimage site in the region but now remains in ruins following bombings in WWII and years of neglect. It is however, the only monument of its kind still semi-preserved in Albania and the Balkans.
Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Lekuresi Castle, Saranda Albania
Perched above the Albanian tourist capital of Saranda is Lekuresi Castle. It was built in the early sixteenth century by Sultan Suleyman when Albania was part of the Ottoman Empire. The castle was built to protect the coastline of Saranda from invasions by sea. A rough, unmade road leads up to the castle which is now a restaurant where you can sip a coffee while appreciating the wonderful views of Corfu and the Ksamil Islands. In the summer the castle is also used as a concert venue.
Duration: 1 hour

No meals included on this day.
Accommodation included: Overnight in Saranda

Day 4: Free Relaxing massage at tour SPA and Wellness “Queen Teuta- Durres

Pass By: Deluxe Spa & Massage, Rruga Muhamet Gjollesha Muhamet Gjollesha Street, Tirana 1005 Albania
Take Free Relaxing massage at tour SPA and Wellness “Queen Teuta”

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight at Adriatik Hotel

Day 5: Tirana

Stop At: Mount Dajti, Rruga Abdyl Frasheri Nr 3 Albania
Take the cable car to (almost) the top of Dajti Mountain and enjoy the fantastic views. The longest cableway in the Balkans at 4.7 kilometres, the 15 minute scenic journey takes visitors over forest, farms, hilltops and even bunkers!
Duration: 2 hours

Pass By: Kulla e Sahatit e Tiranës, Tiranë, Albania
he Clock Tower of Tirana, or Kulla e Sahatit in Albanian, was built in 1822 by Haxhi Et`hem Bey, who also oversaw the construction of the Et'hem Bey Mosque. The tower has a spiral staircase with 90 steps. The structure is 35 meters high, and until 1970 it was the tallest building in Tirana. The clock tower originally had a bell from Venice that marked the time every hour. In 1928 the Municipality of Tirana purchased a new German clock to replace the Venetian one. The clock was destroyed by bombs during World War II and was replaced in 1946 with a Roman numeral clock from a church in Shkoder, Albania. In 1970 the Roman numeral clock was replaced by a Chinese clock. The tower underwent renovation in 1981 and again in 1999. Access to the top of the tower has been available free of charge since 1996.

Stop At: BunkArt 2, Rruga Abdi Toptani, Tirana Albania
Bunk'Art 2 contain an Anti-Atomic bunker of Interior Ministry of Communist era that was projected for the governance of Tirana in case of war . The museum contain more information about the Albanian Police of the time but also for the Prisons , Working camps and the victims of communism .
Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Et'hem Bej Mosque, AL, Sheshi Skënderbej, Tiranë 1000, Albania
The Et’hem Bey Mosque is located in the center of the Albanian capital Tirana. Construction was started in 1789 by Molla Bey and it was finished in 1823 by his son Ethem Pasha (Haxhi Ethem Bey), great-grandson of Sulejman Pasha.

During the totalitarianism of the Socialist People’s Republic of Albania, the mosque was closed. In January 18, 1991, despite opposition from communist authorities, 10,000 people entered carrying flags. This was at the onset of the fall of communism in Albania. The frescoes of the mosque depict trees, waterfalls and bridges; still life paintings are a rarity in Islamic art.

Pass By: Blloku, Tirana, Albania
Ish-Blloku (the former Block) known as Blloku is the most famous and expensive area in Tirana. It became very attractive after the fall of communism in Albania because during communism it used to be the area where only the communist elites lived.

Pass By: Tanners' Bridge, Bulevardi Jean D'Arc, Tirana Albania
Tabak Bridge (Ura e Tabakëve), also known as Tanners’ Bridge, is a famous stone footbridge dating from the 18th century.

Pass By: Tanners' Bridge, Bulevardi Jean D'Arc, Tirana Albania
The Tanners' Bridge (Albanian: Ura e Tabakëve) is an 18th-century Ottoman period stone footbridge located in Tirana, Albania. The bridge was once part of the Shëngjergj Road that linked Tirana with the eastern highlands. The Shëngjergj Road furnished the city with agricultural produce and livestock. The bridge went across the Lanë stream and was adjacent to the area of butchers and leather workers. The Lanë was rerouted in the 1930s and the bridge was neglected. In the 1990s the bridge was restored to its former glory and is now used by pedestrians only.

Meals included:
• Breakfast
• Dinner
Accommodation included: Overnight At Adriatik Hotel

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