Tirana Tours & Holidays
Join us on a holiday to Tirana
See the capital boasting a colourful, vibrant range of Ottoman, Fascist, and Soviet-era construction.
Tirana is a changing city. Since the anti-Communist uprisings of the 1990s, the city has undergone an evolution of architectural styles, featuring sophisticated new developments amidst the older Ottoman Empire structures alongside Communist-era buildings.
Take a walk around Tirana and you can take in all the sights, including Skanderbeg Square (named after Albania’s national hero George Castriot Skanderbeg who is widely celebrated in the city) as well as the grand clock tower (which offers visitors a sensational vista of the city) and explore the lively streets where the evening tradition of the xhiro promenade is experienced by tourists and locals. Keep some room in your suitcase for all the spoils you will find at the historic Ottoman bazaar, which is where you can find handicrafts and antiques tucked into narrow cobbled laneways.
Things to do in Tirana
There are plenty of things to explore and learn about in Tirana. Here’s where you can begin.
Check out the towering Et'hem Bej Mosque
Marvel at the Pyramid of Tirana
Take a sunrise or sunset stroll around Skanderbeg Square