Tour of earthquake damaged areas and historical sites in Central Albania and Ionian-Adriatic coast. March 30-31
We will pass through Belshi, Kucova and arrive to Berati which is Part of UNESCO World Heritage Listnearly nearly at 10.30.
Surrounded by mesmerizing sceneries, lush greenery and adventures, with its fortified center, Berat houses many Albanian treasures of historical and cultural significance. A tribute to the country’s unique architecture, religious tolerance, and Ottoman-era buildings, this city is a true gem.
We will visit
- Berat Castle (https://www.albaniantourist.com/berat_castle.html)
- Onufri Iconographic Museum (https://muzeumet-berat.al/en/onufri-iconographic-museum/)
- Ethnographic Museum (https://maps.app.goo.gl/bzZY7nD4gMYtrzFM8)
- Halveti Tekke (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halveti_Tekke,_Berat)
- KING’S MOSQUE (https://www.superstock.com/asset/king-mosque-xhamia-mbret-berat-albania/1848r-15598406) etc.
We will have lunch at CASTLE PARK RESTORANT (https://www.tripadvisor.com/restaurant_review-g469422-d4049199-reviews-castle_park_restaurant_berat_albania-berat_berat_county.html)
After the lunch we will leave Berati , direction Vlora.
Accomodation at VLORA INTERNATIONAL HOTEL (https://www.booking.com/hotel/al/vlora-international.html).
Dinner in a city restaurant.
The next morning (March 31) trip to the Zvernec Monastery on the island.(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Mary%27s_Monastery,_Zv%C3%ABrnec)
Lunch in a City Restaurant.
In the afternoon departure for Durres city.
Visit the Roman amphitheater and earthquake damaged area. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphitheatre_of_Durr%C3%ABs)
Return to Tirana.
End of trip.