Hotels in Tirana

Located between green hills, the capital of Albania is one of the least explored capital cities in Europe. It is a city to tour and learn about its fascinating history, cultural facilities and fusion cuisine. Ideal for a break to get away from the routine.

An exotic European capital waiting to be discovered

Starting from Skanderbeg Square, the central hub of the city, take a vibrant tour through its colourful streets. The city is famous for its building façades decorated by local and international artists. See the remains of its Roman history at the 'Villa Rústica', and even older remains from the Paleolithic era at the Pellumbas Cave. Its more recent past has been transformed into cultural spaces, such as the spectacular Bunk'Art 1, with more than 3,000m2 of underground space, or the popular and fashionable Blloku district, with the most avant-garde venues for a good night out. Albanian cuisine is a Mediterranean cuisine with ingredients from the land and the sea, with influences from the Greeks, the Turks and all the other peoples that have passed through Albania.

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The official currency is the lek, although many tourist facilities accept payment in euros or dollars.
The official language is Albanian. Other languages such as English or Italian are becoming increasingly more common.
There is generally good Wi-Fi coverage. Roaming is not free, but visitors can buy a tourist SIM card for Internet access.
25 kilometres from the coast, the capital has a Mediterranean climate. Warm and rainy winter, hot and sunny summer.

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