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Just 25km east of Tirana is Mt Dajti National Park. It is the most accessible mountain in the country, and many locals go there to escape the city rush and have a spit-roast lamb lunch. A sky-high, Austrian-made cable car, Dajti Express, takes 15 minutes to make the scenic trip (almost) to the top…
With this cable car will bring you high to Dajti mountain. Up there is a really nice restaurant there and from there are good starting points from hiking rounds.
This cable-car is a fun family day out and a superb introduction to the city, taking you up by gondola to the dramatic mountain on Tirana’s eastern edge. The cable-car spans a kilometre, making it the longest in the Balkans, and rises more than 800 metres up the mountainside. The journey will take…
The cable car will bring you at the Dajti Mountain where you can see all Tirana. Pleasant place where to spend an afternoon.
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“Set in the original atomic bunker of communist dictator Enver Hoxha, Bunk’art traces the rise of fascism, communism and the brave rebellion that led to Albania’s eventual liberation. The space is enormous, very atmospheric and, honestly, there’s almost too much to take in, but a few hours here is sure to leave a lasting impression. For those without the time to travel to the city’s periphery, Bunk’art 2 located in the heart of the city provides a smaller alternative.”
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“only 2.5 km away you can enjoy bars, food, coffe places and night life in Blloku area”
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“It has the best albanian cuisine and is really close. Try the "tave Elbasani" a unique taste you can try only in Albania and "sultjash" for dessert. ”
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