It is a 4 hrs tour approximately and it includes a guide to the Old Bazaar, The magnificent castle, Historic House of Zekate and also the Ethnographic museum. We start at Cerciz Topulli square and we finish again at the same place. All the entrance fees are included.
• 4 hours
It is a 3 hrs tour approximately and it includes a guide to the Old Bazaar, The magnificent castle, and also the Ethnographic museum. We start at Cerciz Topulli square and we finish again at the same place. All the entrance fees are included.
• 3 hours
It is a 2 hrs tour approximately and it includes a guide to the Old Bazaar & The magnificent castle. We start at Cerciz Topulli square and we finish again at the same place. All the entrance fees are included.
• 2 hours
Prepare your traditional meal of the city of Gjirokastra under the surveillance of Chef Gjoca and than enjoy it. In the end take the recipe with you to prepare the same things home.
• 2.5 hours
Gjirokastra also known as “The Stone City”, part of UNESCO World heritage, is situated in Southern Albania on the eastern side of mountain “Mali i Gjere”. Gjirokastra resembles a fortified city where every single house is like a small fortress.
• 11 hours
The hillside town of Gjirokastra is defined by its castle, cobbled narrow roads full of character, imposing slate roof houses and magnificent views over the Drina Valley. Dive in the amazing past of this great town and immerse yourself into the present.
• 1 day
Defined by its castle, roads paved with chunky limestone and shale, imposing slate-roofed houses and views out to the Drino Valley, Gjirokastra is a magical hillside town described beautifully by Albania's most famous author, Ismail Kadare (b 1936), in Chronicle in Stone. There has been a settlement here for 2500 years, though these days it's the 600 'monumental' Ottoman-era houses in town that attract visitors. The town is also synonymous for Albanians with former dictator Enver Hoxha, who was born here and ensured the town was relatively well preserved under his rule, though he is not memorialized in any way here today.
• 8 hours
This is a cultural and historical tour of the two cities that have made history. Gjirokastra, the city of stone, a museum city which is part of the UNESCO that for centuries both cities have fought and collaborated with each other. Meteroa is also one of the miracle of the world and part of the UNESCO, monasteries built on the mountains that will leave you superseding.
• 3 days
The city of Gjirokastra is part of the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the most attractive tourist sites of the country.The main characteristic of Gjirokastra is the intensive use of stone in building the houses, which look like small fortresses, the streets of cobblestone, which all lead to Bazaar. The most important structure of the city is the castle, which is the biggest castle in Albania. The castle is situated on the very top of the hill and is visible from every point of the old town. There are only ruins left, but it provides the best views over the town and the mountains.
• 5 hours
Explore Albania and help save the Vjosa; Europe’s last wild, free-flowing river, by rafting it with local activists. 2 days off work.Albania is an undiscovered adventure destination that is steeped in history. Help to preserve its natural biodiversity by experiencing it first-hand, rafting on the Vjosa river.The Vjosa River is under threat by plans to build hydroelectric dams, which could have a devastating impact on the livelihood of the river’s locals and endemic species.Over 3 days you’ll kayak to breathtaking beaches, snorkel in crystal waters, take an adrenaline ride on the free-flowing Vjosa River and hike through Albania’s historic cities and villages.Perfect for: Those who are looking to explore this up-and-coming adventure hot-spot, and help support it’s growing tourism industry.
• 3 days