WIST U DAT? Deel 1. Ligging en Overview Europa’s minst bekende land Albanië, voor velen een onbekend land, ligt in de Balkan, en om preciezer te zijn in het westelijke deel van de Balkan. Het is omgeven door landen als Montenegro, Kosovo, Griekenland en Noord- Macedonië en twee zeeën, de Adriatische en de Ionische zee.
FROM THE MALDIVES TO NORWAY’S FJORDS, FROM RIVIERA TO UNESCO SITES, FROM GASTRONOMIC DELIGHTS & WINE CANTEEN’S TO HOSPITABLE PEOPLE WAITING TO WELCOME YOU! Interview with Poli Loman, founder of the unique travel organization: TravellingAlbania B.V., who will tell us why we should visit Albania and why we should do it now! Source: Pixabay, photographer:
By: WT WriterOctober 21, 2018Europe Protected’ from tourism by its Communist rulers, Albania is the untouched Balkan beauty that time forgot. Tristan Rutherford has it all to himself I’m the only tourist on the beach. Two beaches actually. The first section of Krorez beach is a white-sand idyll, lapped by the same Ionian blue found
The Albanian photographer Nëntor Oseku, has three absolute favorite spots in Albania. These are of the kind that one must not leave unseen. At an interview published by albaniantravel.info he talks passionately about Gramma Bay, Shala River and Curraj i Epërm. He calls these: The heartbreaking destinations of Albania. ‘Twenty years from now you will be more
The Sunday Times Travel, Britain’s most popular travel magazine, has published Tristan Rutherford’s Albania tourism story: ‘Protected’ from tourism by its Communist rulers, Albania is the untouched Balkan beauty that time forgot. Tristan Rutherford has heaven to himself. Photography: Jon Attenborough I’m the only tourist on the beach. Two beaches actually. The first section of
Ever heard of the Queen of Butrinti Lake? This name was not given to a mermaid, nor to a fairy or not even to the famous Dea of Butrint, but to a delicious and healthy Mollusk, full of nutritional values, which has become the pride of the region. TravellingAlbania.com desires that everyone visiting Albania should
Albania’s food revolution: unique ingredients, lost wines and returning chefs put country on the culinary map During Balkan nation’s 45 years of hardline communist rule, food was rationed, cookbooks were burned and recipes were lost, but a new generation of Albanians are making good use of some amazing indigenous ingredients PUBLISHED : Thursday, 19 October,