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Happy World Tourism Day – Welcome to Albania
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Happy World Tourism Day – Welcome to Albania

Today – September 27th, is World Tourism Day and countries all over the world are celebrating this special day by organizing events dedicated to promoting their tourism potential. Tourism sector in Albania is considered as one of the most lucrative economy sectors which generates money and opens new jobs throughout the country, in central or...

Op/Ed: How can we improve the tourism sector in Albania?
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Op/Ed: How can we improve the tourism sector in Albania?

This is an article written by Dritan Zaimi, a Tourism Lecturer and photographer who is currently serving as Managing Director at CTSD Albania. The article was first published at Dritan’s personal blog. Photos are taken from his Instagram account.  Dritan Zaimi / contributor at Invest in Albania ………….. With all its numerous treasures which are poured with generosity by the Mother Nature...

20 places that will change your mind about Albania
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20 places that will change your mind about Albania

 Written by Armela Bega Colorful landscapes, lakes, high mountains, rivers and valleys. Natural beauties that blend in cultural and historical heritage, inherited from our forefathers. All blended in the hospitable Albanian traditions that will follow you through your journey in Albania. So guys are you ready? You didn’t know there are so many canyons and...

Visit the attractive remote village of Upper Curraj
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Visit the attractive remote village of Upper Curraj

As the country is preparing for the official opening of the tourism summer season in coastal cities, the opportunities for tourism in Albania are endless. Apart from enjoying the beauty of the Albanian Riviera, tourists of the past years have been amazed by the cultural tourism that they have found in the country. But, this is...

Skylife Turkish magazine: “The Beauty of Balkan? Albania”
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Skylife Turkish magazine: “The Beauty of Balkan? Albania”

Skylife Turkish magazine has published an article for Albania, entitled “The Beauty of Balkan: Albania”, by the journalist Melek Cevahiroğlu Ömür. “With its innumerable shades of green nature, the wonderful seashore, cultural heritage and the delicious cuisine, not to mention its economic potentials, Albania is a small place with a history that has to be...

Albania Mania: packing yet? – by Modern Farmer
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Albania Mania: packing yet? – by Modern Farmer

*Perfect beaches, mountain hikes and truly local food. Packing yet? If you have to ask why one would choose to go to Albania, then you deserve to spend your holiday on the crowded shores of Greece. As for the rest of us, we get it — we hear the stirring among the rugged, dusty hills...

Discover Albania in 50 wonderful photos!
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Discover Albania in 50 wonderful photos!

Albania is now known for its pristine nature, touristic spots and the unique landscapes, which get visited by thousands of tourists each year. A touristic guide to visit Albania always has a special brochure about country’s ancient history, unique cultural values and old traditions. These are some of the opportunities Albania offers to tourists, except...

Agro tourism, a promising touristic and economic development alternative
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Agro tourism, a promising touristic and economic development alternative

Agro tourism in Albania has developed in last years with the continuous increase of foreign tourists in rural or remote village areas. Farmers have started cultivating various of crops and breed different species of animals in order to make their living areas more attractive to foreigners. This goes along with the completion of objectives for...

Ohrid-Prespa certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve
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Ohrid-Prespa certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve

Ohrid-Prespa basin was certified by UNESCO as a Biosphere Inter-Border Reserve in a special ceremony, attended by the Albanian Minister of Environment and his Macedonian counterpart, the deputy PM Niko Peleshi, representatives of UNESCO and other local government officials. The Albanian Minister of Environment, Lefter Koka, received by UNESCO the certificate of this protected area...