Ohrid, the deepest lake on the Balkans, and one of the oldest settlements in Europe is among the rare UNESCO World Heritage Sites inscribed on both the Nature and Culture list and an absolute must see!
Still mostly undiscovered, Albania offers pristine Mediterranean beaches on one hand and rustic Balkan mountain charm on the other.
The real up and coming hot destination on the Balkans, Albania has stunning landscapes, Mediterranean climate and some of the most pristine beaches on its well-known coastal Riviera. Aside the many natural wonders, traversing Albania sometimes feel like going back in time to picturesque villages where the time seems to have stopped many years ago, mysterious archeological sites and mountain codes all mixed up in contrast with the buzzing capital Tirana. The long history left bountiful castles dotted around the country, fighting for traveler’s attention with UNESCO sites and National Parks.