Albania as a hiding place for the world of tourism

Albania as a hiding place for the world of tourism

TIRANA, March 27

Albania is a hidden place for the world of tourism, that’s what Lesley Bellew reports for “worldofcruising.co.uk”.
Albania has been for around half a century isolated because of the dictator Enver Hoxha regime. In 1991 democracy came and even tourism started.
Tourists account 6% of revenue in Albania, and the country welcomed 3.4 million tourists in 2014, writes albinfo.ch. There are already many lines and offers to visit Albania.
Saranda is one of the greatest assets that has elegant hotels, bars, restaurants and offers magical views. Butrint is an ancient city, with its ancient theater, Roman baths and Venetian towers.
Gjirokastra is another option, and this city is protected by UNESCO. Ksamili is only 15 km away from Saranda and is a perfect spot for hiking, while the beach is fantastic with a rich sea like crystal.
In this article is also shown where Albania is and its history. Also it describes its assets, and the eagle as well as the symbol of the Albanians. They also mention that the food is very good and rich with local products.

News Source: ATA


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