Sights in Tirana

  • The Clock Tower was built in 1822. Located in the heart of the Albanian capital, next to the mosque of Ethem Bay. With the height of 35 meters at the time of construction the tower was the tallest building in Tirana...
  • The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ is located in the very center of Tirana. The cathedral was built on a new plot of land, which was allocated by the Albanian authorities in 2001...
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral is the largest Catholic church in Albania. The cathedral was built in 2001. Inside are stained glass windows depicting Mother Teresa and Pope John Paul II...
  • The Skanderbeg Square is the main square of Tirana, named in 1968 in honor of the Albanian national hero Skanderbeg with his monument in the very heart of the square...
  • The International Cultural Center and the former museum in Tirana, which opened on October 14, 1988. The building came to be the project of the daughter of Enver Hoxha a few years after his death...
  • This new museum with a very curious exposition is located in the center of Tirana. The House of Leaves was opened to the public in 2017. This museum will be especially interesting...
  • The museum consists of seven pavilions and invites everyone to get acquainted with the rare collection dedicated to the flora and fauna of Albania...
  • The grave of the former ruler of Tirana Kaplan Pasha is located in the heart of the city. The tomb is an octagonal structure with a height of 4 meters...
  • The new bazaar is located within walking distance of the city center. Currently, the New Bazaar has become one of the attractions of the city, thanks to the unique buildings that represent an interesting...
  • The Bektashi World Center in the northeastern suburb of Tirana is a tekke, a museum and a small shop where tourists can buy various souvenirs associated with Bektashi...