One day Dictatorship Tour in Tirana and Lunch in Dajti Mountain

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An Historical weekend in Tirana

This Tour is perfect if you want to have a free day in Tirana and you are interesting to know more about this Country and the city. The Tour will be mixed with historical information and nice walking tour . Normally the tour starts from the center of Tirana at 9 A clock . first part of the tour will be walking then the second part you will be transfer to the Bunkart by Car.

Price starting from 140 euros per person (minimum 2 guests) , if more guests the price will be lower

Available Every Day 

Included in the price

  • Expert guide
  • Driver and transportation fees


This Tour Will Include the most Attractive Places in the Capital of Albania , Tirana . You will start your Tour from the center . the skenderbeg square and you will have e nice walk in the boulevard which is around 2 kilometers; On the way you will get a lot of information about the Albanian History and Lifestyle. you will have a better understanding how the city is divide in Different Areas . The modern area . the Old town and the blloku neighborhood which in the dictatorship time was one of the most protected neighborhood of Tirana but nowadays is one of the most frequented. you will visit the national Museum the gallery of art the opera house the pyramid and a lot of interesting attractions. After the walking tour will be transfer to the bunker museum located near the Dajti mountain and you will get to know more about the “dark” history of Albanian Dictatorship

The Bunkart near the Dajti Mountain.Albania’s landscape is heavily punctuated with the aftermath of Enver Hoxha’s communist regime, most notably in the shape of 700,000 bunkers dispersed throughout the country. For a long time, the Albanian population saw their presence as something entirely normal. This was until the sinking realization that such a costly defense method, and one against an enemy that never came, was more than just unique, it was disturbing. Tourists and journalists alike, stand in awe of these strange objects, sticking out of Albania’s stunning landscape like mushrooms cropping up after rainfall.​In Albania, historical truths come about similar to the aforementioned mushrooms, one after the other and in plentiful numbers. The bunkers became part and parcel of daily life in Tirana, a regular aspect of the landscape. Then in 2014, came the opening of Bunk’Art 1. And a rather significant, but little-known truth came out to the Albanian population, the quite literal ‘concrete’ paranoia that possessed Enver Hoxha. This lurking paranoia that engulfed the former ruler was evident for all to see and Bunk art’ lies at the center of it all, a world full of secrets in Hoxha’s everlasting unfinished project.

After the visit . the guide will give you some last info about restaurants and other places you want to visit.

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