A plethora of surprises, unique heritage, authentic stories, and fascinating sites are only part of what Tirana offers. By taking on a two-hour-long walking tour, become familiar with the city’s turbulent history, discover how resilient its locals are and witness unique sites coupled with intriguing storytelling. Start your tour from Albania’s largest museum where decades and centuries of fascinating history are proudly exhibited. Explore one of the largest Orthodox Churches in the Balkans and become familiar with the interreligious development of Albania throughout different eras. Step into the unpredictable communist times of Albania by witnessing „Bunk’Art 2“ situated in the central area of Tirana and learn about hardships from Tirana’s past. Explore a historic castle from the 13th century and end your journey at the centuries-old Tanners Bridge.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • National History Museum Tirana Admission Fees
  • "Resurrection of Christ Orthodox Cathedral" Admission Fees
  • Bunk'Art 2 Admission Fees
  • Tirana Castle Admission Fees

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    National History Museum Tirana

    The National History Museum is the biggest Museum in Albania it contains a well-documented history of the country and it is the most essential museum in Albania.

  • 2

    Resurrection of Christ Orthodox Cathedral

    The Resurrection Cathedral is considered among the biggest Orthodox Churches in the Balkan Peninsula. It is situated in the middle of the city and is beautiful on the inside as its incredible facades on the outside

  • 3

    Bunk'Art 2

    The Bunk'Art 2 is to be found precisely in the city center of Tirana. You will find out about the Albanian military existence and the communist era.

  • 4

    Tirana Castle

    Built-in the 13 century, it's located in the city's heart. The castle is also recognized as the same as the Fortress of Justinian and it is where the major east-west and north-south roads cross.

  • 5

    Tanners bridge

    The Bridge provides historic insights into how the city looked and developed over the last 300 years.

Meeting Point

At the main Entrance of the National History Museum Tirana (Sheshi Skënderbej 7, Tirana 1001, Albania)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.