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Maritim Hotel Plaza Tirana

Phone: +355 (0) 422 112 21, info@plazatirana.com

Places of interest

Albania is a small southeast European country on the Balkan Peninsula. It offers miles of beaches along the Adriatic Coast, unspoiled national parks, a rich cultural heritage and bustling cities. The lively capital Tirana boasts an eclectic mix of architecture from different eras and a dynamic, modern lifestyle.

National Museum of History

The largest museum in the country, the National Museum of History is located just a few metres from the hotel. The exhibition retells the history of Albania from the ancient world to the present day.

Et’hem Bey Mosque

Et’hem Bey Mosque was built in the 18th century, making it the oldest mosque in Albania. Situated in the centre of Tirana, the mosque is ornately decorated with impressive wall murals.

Bunk'Art Museum

Covering an area of almost 3,000 sq.m. over several underground floors, this bunker was built in the 1970s for Albania's political elite and remained a secret for the majority of its existence. Today, it is home to a range of exhibits combining Albania's modern history with contemporary art.

The Clock Tower of Tirana

Next to the Et’hem Bey Mosque on Skanderbeg Square stands the Clock Tower, one of Tirana's most important sights. The tower has been an official cultural monument of Albania since 1948. It has been open to visitors since 1996 and offers 360-degree views over the city.

Dajti Mountain

Dajti is a mountain and national park in central Albania, to the east of Tirana, with the highest peak standing at 1,613 m. The Dajti National Park was officially designated a national park in 1966 and in 2006 was expanded to cover an area of approximately 29,384 hectares. The mountain is home to a panorama restaurant serving national and international dishes. Dajti also offers a range of hiking trails, as well as horse riding, archery and buggy riding. Opened in 2005, the "Dajti Ekspres" cable car transports visitors from the eastern edge of the city to the top of the mountain in just a few minutes.

Durrës

Albania's second-largest city, Durrës is located on the Adriatic Coast approximately 30 kilometres from the capital Tirana. It boasts the distinction of being Albania's oldest seaport and was founded in the 7th century by the Greeks as a colony. Today, the city attracts visitors with its picturesque old town and dreamy sandy beaches.

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