Entertainment In Albania

  • Fan Noli Boulevard (alb. Shëtitorja Fan Noli) is the most popular place for walking, in the city. The boulevard got its name in honor of the famous Albanian writer, poet and politician Fan Stilian Noli...
  • The Andon Zako Çajupi Theater, named after (alb. Andon Zako Çajupi), was built in 1950 as a gift from the Soviet Union to the Albanian people...
  • The Grand park of Tirana is located in the southern part of the city. It’s a popular place of recreation for the residents of Tirana and a place for various cultural events...
  • Rinia Park (or Youth park) is the central park of the city of Tirana closely located to Skanderbeg Square. With an area of about 30 hectares the park was founded in 1950...
  • The theater was founded in 1950 by a professional group of actors. During communism are it was the only puppet theatre in Albania. In recent years, other theatres have appeared for children's entertainment activities...
  • Originally, the theatre was located in the building of the National Theatre and was called the Lyric Opera and Ballet Theatre, in 1958 it moved to the building of the Academy of Arts of Albania...
  • This theatre was built in 1939 during the Italian occupation of Albania for the entertainment of Italian soldiers. The theatre received its present day name in June 1991. Currently, the theatre offers various...
  • Millennium is a modern cinema, equipped with the latest technologies: a screen that meets European standards, surround sound systems, as well as systems for 3D films...
  • The Aquadrom complex is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Tirana, surrounded by green hills and the artificial lake with the Grand park nearby. There are several swimming pools, a restaurant...
  • May 1 Boulevard (Alb. Shetitorja 1 Maji) is a popular hiking spot among locals and tourists. On the boulevard there are many cafes and restaurants...