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Travel in Albania with a rental car

One of the most common problems when you go on vacations is transportation but a rental car solves that problem pretty easy. Now that you have your transportation problem solved, the question that comes to mind is Where can i go? This article will give you a hand so that you can decide where to go and what to visit here in Albania.


Tirana is the capital of Albania and a place full of amazing historical sights that can astonish even the most traveled of visitors. Also, Tirana has no shortage of nightclubs which make it the perfect destination for every type of tourist. Here are some of the most intriguing destinations:

  1. The National History Museum
  2. The National Art Gallery
  3. The Archaeological Museum
  4. The Et’hem Bey Mosque



Berat is one of the most unique places in Albania. The amount of monumental places you can visit is mind boggling and the sights offered by the town of a thousand windows are just breathtaking. This place is so historically important that since 2008 it has been a part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Below are listed some of the most popular sights:

  1. The National Ethnographic Museum
  2. The Holy Trinity Church
  3. The Edward Lear Art Gallery
  4. The Fortress Of Berat



Gjirokastra, with its chunky limestone paved roads and numerous Ottoman mansions gives you the feeling of a place stuck in time. If you have never been there, you can read a spot on description in the form of the book “Chronicle in Stone” written by famous Albanian author Ismail Kadare. Gjirokastra, just like Berat, is a part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. This is also the place were former dictator Enver Hoxha was born. On a more cheerful note though, here are some fantastic sites to see:

  1. The Zekate House
  2. The Army Museum
  3. The Castle of Gjirokastra
  4. The Skenduli House

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The sights listed above are some of the most characteristic, unique and simply stunning sights Albania has to offer. These places truly capture the essence of this country. So the other question is, What are you waiting for?

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