5 Days trip in Albania

Budget: 1050 USD - 3000 USD Beach activities Cultural experiences Food exploration Historical landmarks Nightlife
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Albania, located in Southeastern Europe, offers a mix of stunning landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. From beautiful beaches to breathtaking mountains, Albania has something for every traveler. With its warm hospitality and delicious cuisine, it's a country worth exploring.

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Day 1

  1. Skanderbeg Square

    60 minutes

    Skanderbeg Square is the main square in the city of Tiranë. It is named after the national hero of Albania, Skanderbeg. It's a great place to stroll around and take in the sights and sounds of the city. You can also visit the National Museum of History and the Ethnographic Museum nearby.

  2. Pazar i ri

    120 minutes

    Pazar i ri is a traditional market in the heart of Tiranë, where you can find local food and souvenirs. Enjoy some of the traditional Albanian dishes like tavë kosi (baked lamb and rice with yogurt) and byrek (a filled pastry).

  3. Blloku

    180 minutes

    Blloku is the trendiest neighborhood in Tiranë, filled with bars, restaurants, and clubs. Enjoy some of the best food and drinks in the city while experiencing the vibrant nightlife.

Day 2

  1. Durrës Beach

    240 minutes

    Durrës Beach is the closest beach to Tiranë and is popular with locals and tourists alike. Relax on the soft sand and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. You can also try some water sports activities like parasailing and jet skiing.

  2. Amphitheatre of Durrës

    60 minutes

    The Amphitheatre of Durrës is an ancient Roman amphitheater that could seat up to 15,000 spectators. It's a great place to learn about the history of Albania and the Roman Empire.

  3. Rruga Murat Toptani

    120 minutes

    Rruga Murat Toptani is a street in the center of Tiranë filled with restaurants and bars. Taste some of the traditional Albanian food like qofte (meatballs) and kofte (grilled meat) or enjoy a drink in one of the trendy bars.

Day 3

  1. Bunk'Art 1

    120 minutes

    Bunk'Art 1 is a museum dedicated to the history of Albania during the communist era. It's a fascinating place to learn about the country's past and how it has influenced its present.

  2. Pyramid of Tirana

    60 minutes

    The Pyramid of Tirana is a former museum and exhibition center that has become an iconic landmark in the city. It was built in 1988 and is now a controversial and often debated topic in Albanian politics.

  3. Ish-Blloku

    180 minutes

    Ish-Blloku is the former communist neighborhood that has been transformed into a trendy area with bars and restaurants. Enjoy some local dishes like fërgesë (peppers and tomatoes with cottage cheese) and kanellë (cinnamon rolls).

Day 4

  1. Berat Castle

    120 minutes

    Berat Castle is a historical site that dates back to the 4th century BC. It's an UNESCO World Heritage Site and is also known as the 'city of a thousand windows' because of the numerous windows on the houses inside the castle.

  2. Gorica Bridge

    60 minutes

    Gorica Bridge is a picturesque bridge that dates back to the Ottoman Empire and is located in the city of Shkodër. It's a great place to take photos and learn about the history of Albania.

  3. Rruga Myslym Shyri

    180 minutes

    Rruga Myslym Shyri is a street in the center of Tiranë with a variety of restaurants and bars. Taste some of the local dishes like qebapa (grilled sausages) and suxhuk (spicy sausage).

Day 5

  1. Mount Dajti National Park

    240 minutes

    Mount Dajti National Park is a beautiful natural park located just outside of Tiranë. Take the cable car to the top of the mountain for stunning views of the city and the surrounding countryside. You can also hike and explore the park's trails.

  2. Et'Hem Bey Mosque

    60 minutes

    Et'Hem Bey Mosque is a historical mosque located in the center of Tiranë. It's a beautiful example of Ottoman architecture and is also a symbol of religious tolerance in Albania.

  3. Blloku

    180 minutes

    Blloku is the trendiest neighborhood in Tiranë and offers a variety of bars and restaurants. Try some local specialties like sujuk (spicy sausage) and patate lakror (potato pie).

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-20 USD per night
30-60 USD per night
20-50 USD per night


Public bus
0.50 USD per ride
5-10 USD for short rides, 50-70 USD for longer rides
Private car rental
25-40 USD per day


Budget (local restaurants, street food)
4-7 USD per meal
Fancy meal
25-35 USD per meal
Market groceries
15-25 USD for groceries for 5 days


Entrance fee for National History Museum
3 USD per person
Entry fee for Tirana Castle
5 USD per person
Bicycle rental for Lake Park
10-15 USD per day

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