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  • Kulla E Osdautajve, Isniq
    5 Cultural Days in Kosovo

    This trip takes you to cultural sites of Europe’s youngest country. Kosovo is situated in the heart of Balkan and it is quite unexplored. Even though it is a small place, it holds a lot of cultural pieces and each one of them contains a wonderful history inside. Highlights: Wine Tasting, Kulla in Isniq, Ethnographic Museum, Decan Monastery, Patriarchate of Peja, Adem Jashari Complex, National Library, Bazaar Mosque Day 1: Arrival in Kosovo After your arrival at the airport, a private transfer will take you Prizren for a traditional dinner and accommodation in a 3 star hotel. Day 2: Prizren – Rahovec – Gjakova Prizren is one of the oldest cities in Kosovo. Once the capital of Kosovo and an important Ottoman trading town and is tucked underneath the Sharr Mountains. Prizren contains holy sites for Muslims, Orthodox Christians and Catholics making it a key Kosovo religious city. Prizren, Kosovo is considered by many to be a capital of cultural Kosovo -both contemporary and ancient. This blend of the old and the new makes it one of the must-see stops while visiting Kosovo. After Prizren you drive towards Rahovec, wine’s capital. There you will see the procedures of wine making […]

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  • Rozafa Castle, Shkodra
    Albania and Kosovo in 8 days

    From ancient cities monuments, tower houses and strongholds to fascinating museums, squares and parks, there are plenty of things to see and do in this Albania & Kosovo tour that’ll keep you entertained for days. Highlights: Skenderbeg Square, National Museum of History, Kruja Castle, Medieval Bazaars, Gjirokastra Castle, Apollonia Archaeological Park, Amphitheater of Durrës, Rozafa Castle, Wine Tasting, Decani Monastery Albania – is an amazing country, and one of the best things about travelling to the land of the eagles is that wherever you go, you are going to be welcomed by the locals. This tour will immerse you into the local traditions of the country. Kosovo – this small and unspoiled country has plenty of things to offer. And what makes it even a more attractive destination to visit is that everything around feels just real, not made for tourists! Nature is beautiful, people are friendly and hospitable, and the fact that it’s quite unexplored makes it a lot more exciting to explore! Day 1: Arrival in Tirane, city tour First, a private transfer will be arranged to pick you up at the airport at your arrival and take you at your accommodation. Secondly, after a short break you […]

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  • Kosovo and Albania Cultural Tour
    Albania and Kosovo in 10 days

      ALBANIA & KOSOVO – an unexplored corner of Europe This trip takes you to cultural discovery. You will get to see the most beautiful cultural sites of the land of Eagles – Albania and Kosovo – two countries located in the heart of the Balkans. HIGHLIGHTS Skenderbeg Square Kruja Castle Berat Castle Gjirokastra Castle Medieval Bazaars Apollonia Archaeological Park Rozafa Castle Wine Tasting The guided tours can be arranged upon request. For dates or group inquiries please contact us! INTRODUCTION This trip will take you to a Cultural Discovery so you can experience the best of Albania and Kosovo culture. Albania and Kosovo are two amazing countries, and one of the best things about traveling to the land of the eagles is that wherever you go, you are going to be welcomed by the locals. This tour will immerse you in the local traditions of the countries. These small and unspoiled countries have plenty of things to offer. And what makes them even more attractive destinations to visit is that everything around feels just real, not made for tourists! PACKAGE INCLUDES Accommodation in shared rooms Meals: 2nd to 9th day Breakfast and dinner; 10th day breakfast Guide Transfer: Airport […]

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  • Prizren (7)
    Kosovo Cultural Sites in one week

    A week long tour in Kosovo offering some of the best cultural sites of the country. Join us for this tour which can also be adjusted to your taste, and include some of your own highlights. Highlights: UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Decan Monastery, Wine Tasting, Rugova Gorge,  Via Ferrata, The Patriarchate of Peja, Gracanica Monastery, The Gazimestan Monument Prizren the cultural capital of Kosovo with temples of three different religions in one same street. best preserved ottoman city in Kosovo under an ancient forteress. UNESCO World Heritage sites with some of the most beautiful frescoes in the world, including Decan Monastery. The Rugova Gorge and the Accursed Mountains home to some of the best hiking trails in the world. Climb Via Ferrata to get the best views in the country. Visit the sites where myths were born and influenced the present history of Kosovo still in the making. Day 1: Arrival at the airport, transfer to Prizren. After your arrival at the airport, a transfer will take you to Prizren for a traditional dinner and accommodation in a 3 star hotel. Day 2: Prizren Prizren is one of the oldest cities in Kosovo. Once it was the capital of Kosovo […]

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  • Berat (2)
    Berat One Day City Visits

    Berat, the city of “thousand windows” will offer you breathtaking views of white building located in hills, dating from the Ottoman Empire. Highlights: The Ethnographic Museum, The Castle of Berat, Mangalem and Gorica, Medieval Part of Berat The Ethnographic Museum and the Castle First, your trip will start with a walk from your hotel to the Ethnographic Museum of Berat. It is located is a 18th century residence and represents the way of life of prominent families and the tradition of locals as well. It holds nearly 1200 cultural heritage objects. The ethnographers placed all the pieces beautifully within the building. Secondly, after visiting the museum, you will take a walk or drive (as you prefer) to the Castle of Berat. The castle will offer you breathtaking views of the city. Inside there are a lot of houses, bars, restaurants and the people living there never hesitate to welcome tourists. They can tell you every part of the history and never get tired of that. The castle was built in the 13th century and it also holds churches and mosques and the famous Onfuri Museum inside of it. Next, you will enjoy the lunch in the castle. Historic Neighborhoods and […]

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    Berat and Osumi Canyon in one day

    Berat offers you great views by having a lot of white buildings situated in hills and dating from the Ottoman Empire. It is also known as the city of a thousand windows. Highlights: Castle, Onufri Museum, Osumi Canyon, Ethnographic Museum Osumi Canyon and the Castle of Berat You start the trip driving to Osumi Canyon. It is one of the most beautiful canyons in the Balkans. River Osumi passes by, it has a rich flora and fauna and the water is very clear. Also, there are a lot of bird species. Different rock formations are found along the canyon and some of them are even named like “The Eye”, “The Demon’s Door”, etc. The Ethnographic Museum of Berat is the next visit. It is located is a 18th century residence and represents the way of life of prominent families and the tradition of locals as well. It holds nearly 1200 cultural heritage objects. All the pieces are beautifully placed within the residence by the ethnographers. After that, you will have lunch in the castle and continue with visiting the castle and Onufri Museum. The castle was built around 13th century. Inside there are houses, bars, restaurants, bazaar and museums. The […]

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  • Shkodra
    Shkodra one day city visit

    Shkodra is an old town with a spectacular view between the lake and mountains. The capital city of Illyria holds so many cultural pieces and makes your stop so worth it. Highlights: Rozafa Castle, Marubi Museum, bird-watching, Mesi Bridge City Visit and Rozafa Castle Your tour will start with Shkodra city visit. The city center is surrounded with beautiful buildings. Some of them are so colorful that light up the whole atmosphere. Small bars with different kinds of designs make you fall in love with the place. After, you drive to Rozafa Castle. It represents the main sightseeing in Shkoder. It raises on a rocky hill 130 meters above sea level. The castle was built during antiquity and endures the Roman and Ottoman Empires. It has three main courtyards. There you can see the Illyrian Wall, Sultan Mehmet Fatih Mosque which was the Church of St. Stephen once and some medieval ruins. Rivers Kir, Buna and Drin join in the third courtyard. Your next destination will be Shiroka. While walking beside the lake you can do some birdwatching. Shiroka has a lot of bird species like pelicans, whistles and many more. Also, there you will have lunch enjoying the lake […]

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  • BunkArt (2)
    Tirana one day city visits

    Tirana, the capital city of Albania is mostly known for its architecture which is affected by different eras such as the Ottoman, Fascist and Soviet era. Highlights: National Museum, Skenderbeg Square, The main boulevard, Mother Teresa Square, Tirana’s Pyramid, BUNK’ART Museum National Museum and Skenderbeg Square Content: You will start the tour with the National Museum that holds the most important pieces of the Albanian history. Its facade which is made by a modernist mosaic and shows the Albanians proud and always celebrating victories since the Illyrian times. There you can see some archaeological treasures, a gallery of those who suffered persecution during the communist regime. Besides that, there is a replica of Skenderbeu’s sword and some other historical statues and mosaics. From the museum you will continue to Skenderbg Square. A national hero, Skenderbeu has the statue in the middle of the square. It offers you a great view surrounded by beautiful pastel buildings. Also, in the city center you will visit an Orthodox Cathedral, blloku – where the members of communist parties used to live during the communist regime. Villa of Enver Hoxha (an Albanian politician and dictator) is the next thing you will see from the outside […]

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    The Accursed Mountains – Northern Albania

    The Accursed Mountains Join us for a beautiful hike on the Accursed Mountains in the north of Albania. It is Europe’s least explored region that gives you a range of feelings by being mixed of wild nature, landscapes, tradition and cultural heritage. HIGHLIGHTS Village of Theth – Visit one of the most picturesque villages in Albania Hiking in the wild – Hike in this hidden corner of Europe  Food: Experience the unique cuisine and hospitality of the Accursed Mountains provided by the local villagers Day 3: Rosi Peak – 360 degrees view over the Accursed Mountains The walk from Valbona to Maja e Rosit or Rosin Vrh goes through the half deserted village of Kukaj. This is a very nice part and easy track. In the mid summer you can stop at a few village houses for a glass of milk or tea. The trail serpents through the canyon for several kilometres and it continues with a steep hike. Just before halfway, the trail enters a rocky terrain. Also, this part will be the start of open views. As you go higher the view will open to Montenegro until you reach the peak to get the view in all three countries: Montenegro, […]

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  • Gracanica Monastery
    Western Kosovo Political Tour

    Through this one day tour you take you to spots where recent history was created, a Western Kosovo political tour in which myths and politics are mixed. Highlights: Vushtrri, Main Kosovo Liberation Army Monument, the Mitrovica division bridge; Battle of Kosovo monument – Gazimestan. Driving time: 2 hrs 30 minutes The Kosovo political tour will start with The Gracanica Monastery one of the oldest buildings in the Kosovo’s religious sphere. A centerpiece of cultural Kosovo, the Monastery was built in the 14th century. Inside the stunningly preserved paintings cover all of the walls. Look straight up and you’ll see the face of Christ in the topmost dome enigmatically smiling down at you. After that, you will explore the Battle of Kosovo monuments with the Gazimestan and the Sultan Murad Turbës (or tombs) visits. You’ll step back in time to the one event that has defined Kosovo for over 600 years: The 1389 Battle of Kosovo Field. Ottoman forces defeated the allied Christian forces of Serbia, Albania, Bulgaria and Hungary. They controlled Kosovo and most of the Balkans for 500 years. It also led to Kosovo becoming the only place outside of Turkey where Ottomans buried a part of Ottoman Sultan. […]

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