Attractions

  • International airport shuttle

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    Rinas Express operates 12 hours (6 am to 6 pm) as an hourly bus service between the Airport and the National Museum in the centre of Tirana. The single fare is 250 Albanian Lek.

    City Hotel arranges taxi service from and to the airport, please contact us for any further details.

  • Scanderbeg Square

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    The Skanderbeg Square is the main plaza in the center of Tirana, Albania. The square is named after the Albanian national hero Gjergj Kastrioti Skënderbeu. The total area is about 40.000 square meters. The Skanderbeg Monument dominates the square.

  • Air Albania Stadium

    Address:
    Sheshi Italia 1, 1010 .

    Arena Kombëtare is an all-seater, multi-purposefootball stadium located in the capital city of Tirana which was built on the ground of the former Qemal Stafa Stadium. Officially called Air Albania Stadium, the stadium has a seating capacity of 22,500 constituting the largest stadium in Albania

  • National Museum of History

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    The National Museum of History is the national historical museum of Albania and the country's largest museum located in Tirana.

  • Pazari i ri

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    Pazari i Ri (New Bazaar) is a neighborhood of the city. It forms a part of the Old Town of Tirana. The name of the neighborhood stems from the groceries marketplace (AlbanianPazar), which is situated in the area

  • Palace of Congress

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    Pallati i Kongreseve (Congress Palace) was built between 1982 and 1986 for the National Labour Party as a congress and conference facility. Today, the facility is used as a venue for hosting conferences, festivals, exhibitions, ceremonies, concerts and more.

  • National Art Gallery of Albania

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    The National Gallery of Arts is the national art museum and gallery in Tirana, Albania under the supervision of the Ministry of Culture.

  • Bunkart 2

    Address:
    Tirana, Albania .

    Unique Albanian history museum inside a preserved, Communist-era nuclear pit bunker.

  • Mount Dajti National Park

    Address:
    Dajti, Albania .

    Mount Dajti National Park is considered by the people of Tirana as the Natural Balcony of Tirana. In winter, the mountain is often covered with snow, and it is a popular retreat to the local population of Tirana that rarely sees snow falls. The mountain can be reached through the Dajti Express cable car. Mountain slopes are densely vegetated mostly by sturdy pines and beech trees. In winter the park lies under snow and it became a popular winter destination for residents of Tirana.

  • Bunk'Art 1

    Address:
    Rruga Fadil Deliu, Tirana 1001 .

    Built at the base of a mountain range only a short distance from Tirana, Facility 0774 was unlike the other bunkers. With over 100 rooms across five floors, the massive space was central to Hoxha’s obsession with the prospect of escaping a foreign attack. He and the key members of his cabinet had their own private rooms, complete with an office and space for a secretary. There were also meeting rooms for emergency assemblies, as well as an intercom system for rapid communication.
     

  • House of Leaves

    Address:
    8RG8+MHG, Tirana .

    The Museum of Secret Surveillance, also known as House of Leaves is a historical museum in Tirana, Albania. It opened on 23 May 2017 in the building that served as the Sigurimi's headquarter during the communist era. The museum is "dedicated to the innocent people who were spied on, arrested, prosecuted, convicted and executed during the communist regime."

  • Grand Park of Tirana

    Address:
    Rruga Herman Gmeiner, Tirana 1000 .

    The Grand Park of Tirana, or the Park on the Artificial Lake, is a 289 hectare public park situated on the southern part of Tirana, Albania, and administered by the Agency of Parks and Recreation of the Municipality of Tirana. The Park includes an artificial lake and many other landmarks such as the Saint Procopius Church, the Presidential Palace, and memorials to several Albanian personalities. It remains one of the most relaxing places in the city, despite increasing buildings being developed near the park, an early-morning run or promenade is a daily routines for many citizens. To the southern end of the Park, there is the Zoo and the Botanical Garden. The latter includes many flowers and plants that are common to the Albanian environment. There are almost 120 species of trees, bushes and flowers. The Botanical Garden area is of 14.5 hectares and the lake's size is of 55 hectares, whereas the area of the Park itself is of 230 hectares. The Park was built between 1955 and 1956 based on a Bulgarian plan and used to be called the Gogo stable, in a green area.