The undiscovered treasure in the Balkans

This pristine tourist destination lies on both Adriatic and Ionian sea.

Packages of 4 nights / 5 days with Wizz Air flights from only AED 2495 per person sharing double room.

Book this memorable experience of exploring the cultural, traditional, historical and natural treasures of Albania!

Available Wizz Air flights for July 2022:

04 to 08 July

11 to 15 July

18 to 22 July

25 to 29 July

Fly Dubai flights are available every day, with prices starting from AED 3795

Talk to our team for more information and booking:

Package includes:

  • Return flight tickets with Wizz Air
  • Return airport transfers in Tirana
  • 4* Hotel accommodation with breakfast
  • Described tours and excursions
  • Guiding services as per itinerary
  • Entrance fee of Berat Castle
  • Dajti Cable Car both way ticket

Package does not include:

  • Travel insurance
  • Visas (if required)
  • Entrance fees (except Berat and Dajti)
  • Tips and personal expenses
  • Any meals except hotel breakfast
  • Transfer to Abu Dhabi airport.
  • Any service not specifically included.

Prices are variable and depend on flight cost - book now to avoid price increase!

Travel itinerary and program:

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Tirana

Arrival at the airport, meet and greet with the agency representative. Short informational meeting and transfer to hotel.
Free time in city center and overnight.

  • Day 2 - Tirana-Kruja-Skhodra-Tirana

The day starts with a sightseeing tour of Kruja town, which was inhabited by the ancient Illyrian tribe of the Albani. Includes visit to Kruja castle, as well the traditional artisanal souvenir shops in the Old Bazaar area.
Tour continues to Northwest city of Shkodra. Visit includes the Shkodra Lake, the largest one in Southern Europe.
Optional: Explore the famous castle of Rozafa which dates back to the 13th century and has been reconstructed several times during its life. From the castle, you can enjoy the magnificent views over Buna, Kiri, and Drini Rivers.
Transfer back to Tirana, overnight.

  • Day 3 - Tirana-Berat-Belsh-Tirana

Departure toward Berat city, also known as “the town of A Thousand Windows”. Visit includes the traditional Ottoman houses with the wooden windows, walk through the narrow old stone-made roads, as well as the Berat Castle located on the top hill of the old town.Local Arti craft shops are a must to see. On the way back to the Capital city of Tirana, we will cross through Dumrea region, a zone with 85 small natural pools/lakes. Belsh is a small town where you will also have a break and enjoy the nature.

  • Day 4 - Tirana-Dures-Dajti Mountain-Tirana

Brief tour of Tirana city including some of the main attractions: The Skanderbeg Square, The Boulevard, The Mother Teresa Square, Opera House, Parliament Building, Congress Palace, National Museum.
Today’s main tour is at one of the oldest and most historical cities of the country, Durres. Being the main port/connection since Illyrian times, today Durres is the second most populous city in the country. Located in the Adriatic Sea, it offers plenty of historical spots that worth to see. Visit the ancient Roman amphitheater, the archeological museum, the Byzantine Wall and Venetian Tower.
On the way back to Tirana, is suggested to visit the Mountain Dajt which is accessible also with a cable car.

  • Day 5 - Departure from Tirana

Breakfast in the hotel and transfer to Tirana airport. Departure to Abu Dhabi.

Things to do while in Albania:

Check out Tirana - the colorful capital

Long plagued by its communist block past, Tirana was a bleak and gray city until Edi Rama, an internationally renowned painter, became the mayor of the city. He transformed the cement neighbourhoods into lovely, colorful and lively city, adding many parks and designs that still catch the tourists' eyes.

Make a day-trip to Kruje

Kruje is an ancient city, couple of hours drive from Tirana. You can visit the Kruje Castle, built in 5th and 6th century, which was one of the main Albanian strongholds against the Ottoman Empire and now houses the museum of Skenderbeg - an Albanian national hero. You can also visit the local Ethnographic museum, and enjoy the atmoshpere in the city.

Visit the Blue Eye spring

Reaching unknown depths, this blue hole in Albania’s Delvinë District is fed by an underground spring. Tourists travel from miles around for a glimpse of its natural beauty. Its name (Syri i Kalter) means “Blue Eye,” and it is mesmerizing to gaze into its portal.

Visit the seaside in Durres

The small seaside town of Durres boasts not only good beaches and great food, but also a rich history. One of Roman's biggest amphitheatres is located here, built by Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century and housing up to 20,000 people. Now it is a massive restauration project and a protected locality.

Find a secret beach

The untouched beauty of Albania spreads to its small, secluded beaches that can be a real treasure to discover. One of these is the Gjipe beach, hidden in the Gjipe canyon falling directly into the azure waters. It is very close to the Porto Palermo, its 19th-century castle and great restaurants.

Take in the views from Rosafa castle in Skhodra

One of the most beautiful lake towns in the Balkans, Skhodra boasts beautiful, scenic views to its rivers and lakes. The hill above the city hosts the Rosafa castle, a historic place well worth the visit - both for its legendary building story as well as for the amazing scenic views from the top.