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Ancient Mountain Trails

8 days (6 riding) from £ 774

Riding levels

Each of our trips is assigned a minimum level of riding ability required. This reflects whether there is technical riding required; the terrain to be covered; the liveliness of the horses; the length of the riding days and the riding fitness required.




For novice riders, these riding holidays will give beginners the chance to get used to being in the saddle. In general, a beginner/ novice hasn't learned how to canter and has not yet mastered rising trot. They are able to mount safely and to control a horse at a walk. 



For intermediate riders who are at ease at 2 paces (walk and rising trot and are starting to canter in a forward seat) out in open countryside. The intermediate rider is able to mount and dismount their horse unassisted, use basic riding aids, ride at a rising trot for at least 10 minutes, to change and control the pace from a walk to a trot and comfortably canter over short distances.



For experienced riders who have mastered all 3 paces (walk, rising trot, canter in a forward seat) over uneven terrain. The experienced rider rides regularly, has a good seat and is confident of their own ability. They are able to control the horse at speed and change direction of their horse at any pace and in any circumstance as needed.



For advanced riders who have mastered all 4paces (walk, rising trot, canter gallop in a forward seat) over uneven terrain on all types of horses including those that are very spirited. The advanced rider rides regularly has good physical fitness, has good soft hands and has the ability to gallop for long stretches without getting tired.



For all riders, whether they are novices, intermediate level, experienced or advanced. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance training, natural horsemanship, trail riding orcentre based safaris.



For beginners and intermediate level riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capability of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For beginners, intermediate level  and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level and experienced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For intermediate level, experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtrainingendurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.



For experiencedand advanced riders. Each rider will be allocated a horse that is suited to their ability level. These riding holidays have a level of difficulty that can be adapted to the capabilities of each rider. For example: working with cattle on a ranch, dressage training, long-distance ridingtraining,endurance ridingtraining natural horsemanship and centre based safaris.

Comfort

Each of our rides has been assigned an expected level of comfort

Nights in hotels, guesthouses, B&B's or homestays. Double or twin rooms with bathrooms.

 

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ALBANIA-Ancient Mountain Trails

8 days (6 riding) from 774£


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On this trail ride in the mountains of Albania, follow the medieval caravan pathways and plunge into the fascinating Albanian culture and architecture. After days spent riding through the beautiful countryside, you stay with local families that will welcome you into their homes with a warm smile. This is the ideal horseback holiday if you are looking to combine beautiful scenery and the great outdoors, with cultural encounters, and great riding opportunities.

Strengths

• A pacey ride in spite of the mountainous nature of the terrain.
• Beautiful Tarpan x Arabian horses. They are small, but brave and sure-footed.
• Discover the culture and heritage of the country, in the heart of the Balkans.
• Experience the friendly welcome of the locals, and stay with local families in the evenings.
• Enjoy the delicious local gastronomy.

Itinerary

Day 1 : UK - TIRANA - GJIROKASTRA -

Your flight to Tirana should ideally land in the morning, and in any case no later than 15:00 to allow time for the transfer and a visit of Gjirokstra with your guides. From the airport the transfer will be by mini-van or off-road car and will take around 3-4 hours (250km). Quick tip: you can also fly to Corfu and catch the ferry to Saranda, where you will be picked-up.

Your hotel is a short walk from the historical centre of Gjirokastra: you will have the opportunity to visit the town and old Bazaar before dinner. Riders can also visit Enver Hoxha's house, Gjirokastra castle, the church of the Old Bazaar, the mosque of the Bazzar and Skenduli house: this is a good glimpse of the traditional life as it is in Gjirokastra!

Dinner will be served at a traditional restaurant, accompanied by your guides. This is a good time to discuss your riding abilities and learn more about the trip before the start of your riding adventure in the morning.

Day 2 : Gjirokastra - Santa Triada - Karjan - 4-5 hrs riding

After a traditional breakfast at the hotel, you will meet your horse for the week. The first leg of your trail ride takes you through the Albanian countryside, combining rolling hills and valleys, with the occasional stream and River Drino, the “Tree of Life” river. It is the most important water basin in the area and part of ancient pagan beliefs. On your way you will come across the ruins of Santa Triada castle, rebuilt between 1809-1810, standing as a strategic point to control all the caravan itineraries. Stop for picnic lunch just near the village of Erind. After approximately 4-5 hours riding you will reach the traditional medieval village of Karjan. Take a moment to enjoy the churches and old roman bridge, before having a lovely traditional dinner a local family house where you will spend the night.

Day 3 : Cajupi - Labova - Nderan - 6 hours riding

After breakfast you ride further north to the village of Labova and the valley of Cajupi. Your trail follows the ancient merchant stone road of Zhapa with its beautiful panoramas, taking in the fantastic views over the hills and valleys. Take a break in Labova, famous for its wonderful Church that you will have the opportunity to visit. The next leg of your ride will take you through the mountains: discover its vegetation including mountain tea, oregano, wild rose and other endemic plants like digitalis or 'Dig–Dag' as it is known locally. You follow the mountain path to the valley of Cajupi where you halt for a picnic under the trees. After a nice gallop through Cajupi valley, the trail follows the medieval Caravan pathway with its famous bandit hideout 'Hija e Mallkuar' or 'The Cursed Shadow'. Today's final destination is the village of Nderan, placed in the heart of Zagoria region. You will stay with a Vllah linguistic minority family for two nights. You can learn about the local traditions and lifestyle, and even accompany the family during the milking process and dinner preparation, if you wish.

Day 4 : LLiar - Hoshteva - Koncka - Nivan - 4-6 hours riding

Wake up in the countryside, with the perspective of a lovely traditional breakfast waiting for you. You will need the fuel to face today's varied terrain combining hard cliffs, rivers, woods and rolling hills. You will continue riding to the most important horse pathway of the XVII and XVIII century that used to connect the biggest commercial centres in Southern Albania. You will stop for a short break at the water spring of Lliar, before you tackle a challenging downhill route. Your afternoon ride will be punctuated by byzantine churches and monasteries. You spend the night at the farmer's house again.

Day 5 : Pogoni - Hllomo - Polican - 6 hours riding

After a tasty country breakfast you ride through a mountain valley, perfectly suited for gallops, passing small remote farms, wild cliffs and many historical monuments off the beaten track. It is like travelling back in time: you will be passing many Byzantine cult monuments, ancient ruins and mythical natural wonders. In the afternoon, after 6 hours of riding, you will reach the centre of the Pogon region and the mountain village of Polican, populated by a Greek minority. In this village you have the chance to explore some monuments dated back to the medieval period. Later in the evening your will enjoy local gastronomic delights.

Day 6 : Polican - Lobohova - 4-6 hours riding

This morning, the trail leads you through demanding but beautiful mountain scenery. Lunch will be at the Church of Labova of the Cross - the oldest church in Albania! Your guide will tell you more about its history. Later in the afternoon you ride to Libohova, a small town nestled at the foot of the Bureto Mountain. The archaeological evidence indicates a very ancient settlement, that reached its zenith in the 17th-century when it became an important commercial crossroads. Overnight in a local family house with delicious local food.

Day 7 : Antigonea National Park - Suha - Gjirokastra - 3-5 hours riding

Accommodation : Babameto Guest House

This morning will begin with breakfast in the garden whilst enjoying wonderful views over the valley. Before you begin the ride, enjoy a guided walk through the town. You then set out on horseback through rolling hills, forests and fortified villages to reach the Antigonea National Park. After a relaxing break to enjoy the Park, a short ride brings you back to the stables.

Your farewell dinner will take place in a small restaurant in the old Bazaar. Later in the evening you can have a drink in a popular bar before heading back to your hotel for the night.

Day 8 : Gjirokastra - Tirana - Europe -

After breakfast at the hotel you will be transferred back to the airport of Tirana.


Price details

- Rates do not include flights and are based in twin rooms, sharing. We can look into the best flight options for you upon request.

- Groups are made up of 2-10 riders, with an English-speaking guide.

- Return transfers are not included and will be invoiced:
Tirana airport to Gjirokastra: €70/£60 return per person, 225 km, 3-4 hours
Saranda Port to Gjirokastra: €40/£35 return per person, 64km, 1 hour

- Younger riders are welcome on the trail, as long as they have reasonable levels of fitness and sufficient riding abilities.

- It is not possible to guarantee single rooms during the trail. However, you can guarantee a single room for your first and last nights, spent in hotels, for a £25/€40 supplement (payable locally).

- The euro is widely accepted in Albania, but please do not bring large sums of money as your holiday is fully inclusive.
Please Note
The itinerary may be modified at anytime for security reasons, meteorological or events beyond our control such as blocked roads, rivers in flood, drought, strikes and local holidays. Equus Journeys, our local partners and their local guides will always strive to find the best solution and will alter the itinerary as needed.
The names of the hotels and accommodation are given for information only and depending on availability, they may be modified without notice and replaced by another of a similar standard.

PRICE INCLUDES

Support Team

1 English-speaking horse guide

Logistics

1 horse equipped with saddle and bridle per rider
1 support vehicle

Accommodation

Double room in private home on D2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
Double room in a standard hotel on D1 and D7

Meals

Full board from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8

Extras

Entry fees to sites mentionned in the itinerary - excluding museums in Gjirokastra

OPTION

Accommodation

Single room supplement - only applicable on the first and last nights.

PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE

Transport

Return airport transfers, invoiced before you go - see above for details

Extras

Tips to the local team
Entry fees to the museums in Gjirokastra

Insurance

Visas and personal purchase
Cancellation and travel insurance are not included in the above listed price. Please note that insurance is mandatory. We recommend taking out an insurance policy as soon as your trip is booked to cover you in case of cancellation

TIPS

Tips are left to your discretion and are not mandatory.
The local currency is the Lek, but Euro is widely accepted. Don't bring too much money as this trip is fully inclusive.

HORSES

The horses are a local breed of Tarpan and Arabian horses. They are small but robust, and perfectly suited to the rocky terrain. There are 23 horses in total, well used to long trail rides and the rocky grounds: steady, brave and sure-footed, they make ideal equine companions.

- Rider weight limit: 90 kg/14 st 1 lbs. Heavier riders, please contact us.

MINIMUM RIDING ABILITY

You need to be at least an intermediate rider, capable of riding a sensible horse at all paces in the outdoors
A previous experience of a long trail ride is an advantage but not mandatory.

Rider weight limit: 90 kilos, 14st1lbs. This is a strict limit as the horses are small and the terrain is demanding.

PACE

The pace is varied to include trots, canters and possible gallops in the valleys. Some of the riding is across varied terrain so you need to be secure in the saddle. The horses are sure-footed, make sure to trust their judgment!

TACKING ABILITY AND PARTICIPATION

You will be asked to help look after the horses in the morning, at lunch time and dinner time. You can help groom and tack up although this is not mandatory.

TRIP CONDITIONS AND REQUESTED EXPERIENCE

You should have previous experience riding outdoors on trails and be confident riding in open spaces. You need to be fit enough for this trail. On some occasions you will be asked to dismount and lead your horse on foot over steep hills and rocky terrain. Some paths are close to the cliffs, please be advised of this should you be known to suffer from vertigo.

EQUESTRIAN EQUIPMENT

English saddles and saddlebags.
Helmets are mandatory and you must bring your own.

COMFORT

You will stay in homestay accommodation with locals, except for the first and last nights that are spent in hotels. This is a fantastic way to discover the local culture and learn about the country.
Hotel: double bedrooms, private WC and shared showers. Wifi.
Guesthouses: double bedrooms, shared bathrooms.

CLIMATE

This ride takes place in southern Albania which is around 5 degrees warmer than the rest of the country. You will experience different types of weather on the trail; from cooler mountainous air to a warmer climate down on the coast.

The best time to visit Albania is the months of April, May, June and September, with lovely warm weather. July and August are dry and temperatures can be extremely hot, from 25 to 45°C! In October, November and March, there is a chance of rain and temperatures average 10-15°C, with April starting to get warmer.

Meals

The local gastronomy is delicious and varied. During the ride, you will enjoy freshly prepared meals that will give you a sample of the Albanian gastronomy.

Country breakfast with local dairy products, honey, pancakes; pies and cakes, eggs, milk, tea and coffee.
Picnic lunches. In the morning you prepare your own lunch according to your taste (bread, cheese, vegetables, eggs...) and bring your picnic in the saddlebags.
Dinner is a hot meal prepared by your hosts (veal, pork, chicken, goat or fish), with local wines and raki.
Vegetarian meals and allergies can be accommodated, please contact us with your requirements.

Support Team

Guide and local team

Ilir, Aurel, Kristina, Eno and Blendi are specialised in mountainous trail rides. Their objective is to offer a trail combining culture, history, nature, and always in the respect of the horses. They love their country and its history. All trails are accompanied by a lead guide and a back up guide. They speak English, Italian and Greek.

Packing list

Head
- Helmets are mandatory and you must bring your own helmet to ensure a correct fit. There are many lightweight options available nowadays.
- Sunglasses - with a cord attached so they don't fly off when riding
- Buff or bandana

Upper body
- Long sleeved shirts provide protection from the sun and are an extra layer
- T-shirts
- Lightweight fleece or jumper
- Warm fleece or jumper (and a spare in case one gets wet)
- Warm and waterproof jacket - it can rain outside July and August and the evenings can be cooler.

Legs
- 2 Lightweight, comfortable riding trousers or jodhpurs - we recommend riding in them at home before taking them on holiday to ensure they don't rub
- Casual trousers for the evenings, such as jeans or tracksuit bottoms
- Bathing suit and towel

Hands and Feet
- Comfortable riding boots. We recommend short hiking boots with half chaps. We don't recommend taking your favourite long leather boots in case they get damaged and they are not so comfortable, please remember you will be walking on a some steep trails.
- Waterproof shoes/boots can be useful for abundant dew in the mornings or when it rains
- Trainers or equivalent light shoes for the evenings
- Several pairs of socks
- Gloves - your hands are particularly exposed to the sun, cold or rain whilst riding. Waterproof gloves can be particularly useful

Our Recommendations
- Backpacks cannot be worn whilst riding. We recommend a small bumbag or a coat with pockets so that you can carry small items with you during the day (passport, camera, sunscreen, lipbalm etc)
- We recommend travelling in your riding boots and carrying your hat and some riding clothes in your hand luggage - then if your luggage goes astray you are still able to ride!

Other useful items
- Camera and high capacity memory card.
- Bumbag for carrying your camera and small items whilst riding
- Headtorch or small torch for moving around camp at night - bring spare batteries and bulbs
- Water bottle (2 litres or 2 x 1 litre)
- Swiss army knife (or equivalent)
- Small plastic bags for rubbish
- Ear plugs (for light sleepers)

In your hold luggage
- Take any liquids, such as shampoo, moisturiser, deodorant unless they are less than 100ml and all bottles can fit in a small, clear, plastic ziplock bag. We recommend biodegradable washing products where possible.

In your hand luggage
- Any valuables, such as your camera, ipod, ipad etc.

Medical kit
- Any medication you regularly take
- Sunscreen and lip balm - should be high factor
- Insect repellent, preferably containing deet
- Blister plasters in case of any rubs
- Antiseptic cream, plasters, aspirin, anti-histamine, insect-bite salve etc...
- Spare prescription glasses/contact lenses
- Eye drops
- Imodium or similar anti-diarrhoea medication
- Antiseptic wipes
- Handwash gel

Miscellaneous
- We recommend taking a copy of your passport and insurance documents with you in case you lose your originals

ENTRY FORMALITIES

British citizens can enter and remain in Albania for a maximum of 90 days in every 6-month period without a visa. The Albanian authorities require anyone staying longer than 90 days to apply at a local police station for a residence permit.

Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 3 months from the date of entry into Albania.

Please visit for entry requirement Albania - https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/albania/entry-requirements

BREXIT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The rules for travel to most countries in Europe will change if the UK leaves the European Union (EU) with no deal.

After 29 March 2019:

You should have 6 months left on your passport from your date of arrival. This applies to adult and child passports.

If you renewed a 10 year adult passport before it expired, extra months may have been added to your passport's expiry date. These extra months will not count.

The new rules will apply to passports issued by the UK, Gibraltar, Guernsey, the Isle of Man and Jersey.

Please visit rules for travel to Europe after Brexit -


HEALTH

Medical and dental facilities (including those for accident and emergency use) can be very poor, particularly outside Tirana. Make sure you have adequate travel health insurance and accessible funds to cover the cost of any medical treatment abroad, evacuation by air ambulance and repatriation.

The tap water in Albania may cause illness - you should drink only bottled water. If you drink milk, make sure it is UHT (pasteurised).

If you need emergency medical assistance during your trip, dial 127 or 04 2222 235 and ask for an ambulance. You should contact your insurance/medical assistance company promptly if you are referred to a medical facility for treatment.

Please visit Albania Health - https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/albania/health

TRAVEL INSURANCE

It is a condition of your booking with Equus Journeys that you have travel insurance which covers you for the riding activities to be undertaken. Your travel insurance should cover you for medical expenses and repatriation. Your guides will require your travel insurance details before they allow you to ride and may refuse to let you ride if you cannot provide them. You should take your insurance documents with you.

BUDGET AND MONEY

The euro is widely accepted.

ACTIVITY :Trail Riding

LEVEL :Help

COMFORT :Help

On this trail ride in the mountains of Albania, follow the medieval caravan pathways and plunge into the fascinating Albanian culture and architecture. After days spent riding through the beautiful countryside, you stay with local families that will welcome you into their homes with a warm smile. This is the ideal horseback holiday if you are looking to combine beautiful scenery and the great outdoors, with cultural encounters, and great riding opportunities.

  • Discover Albania on a riding holiday
    Albania on horseback
  • From the mountains to lush valleys
    Riders at a canter in Albania
  • Enjoy the beautiful nature of the Balkans
    Riders in Albania, on a green hill
  • Beautiful every season!
    Riding in a valley in Albania
  • A scene from your trail ride
    Trail riding in Albania, with a river and bridge
  • Explore Byzantine churches and medieval ruins
    Byzantine Church in Albania
  • The stunning scenery of Albania, in the Balkans
    Albanian mountains
  • A pacey trail, with canters when the ground allows
    Riders cantering in a meadow in Albania
  • Spring is a wonderful time to enjoy the blossoming nature
    Spring in full bloom in Albania

STRENGTHS

• A pacey ride in spite of the mountainous nature of the terrain.
• Beautiful Tarpan x Arabian horses. They are small, but brave and sure-footed.
• Discover the culture and heritage of the country, in the heart of the Balkans.
• Experience the friendly welcome of the locals, and stay with local families in the evenings.
• Enjoy the delicious local gastronomy.

ITINERARY

Day 1 : UK - TIRANA - GJIROKASTRA -

Your flight to Tirana should ideally land in the morning, and in any case no later than 15:00 to allow time for the transfer and a visit of Gjirokstra with your guides. From the airport the transfer will be by mini-van or off-road car and will take around 3-4 hours (250km). Quick tip: you can also fly to Corfu and catch the ferry to Saranda, where you will be picked-up.

Your hotel is a short walk from the historical centre of Gjirokastra: you will have the opportunity to visit the town and old Bazaar before dinner. Riders can also visit Enver Hoxha's house, Gjirokastra castle, the church of the Old Bazaar, the mosque of the Bazzar and Skenduli house: this is a good glimpse of the traditional life as it is in Gjirokastra!

Dinner will be served at a traditional restaurant, accompanied by your guides. This is a good time to discuss your riding abilities and learn more about the trip before the start of your riding adventure in the morning.

Day 2 : Gjirokastra - Santa Triada - Karjan - 4-5 hrs riding

After a traditional breakfast at the hotel, you will meet your horse for the week. The first leg of your trail ride takes you through the Albanian countryside, combining rolling hills and valleys, with the occasional stream and River Drino, the “Tree of Life” river. It is the most important water basin in the area and part of ancient pagan beliefs. On your way you will come across the ruins of Santa Triada castle, rebuilt between 1809-1810, standing as a strategic point to control all the caravan itineraries. Stop for picnic lunch just near the village of Erind. After approximately 4-5 hours riding you will reach the traditional medieval village of Karjan. Take a moment to enjoy the churches and old roman bridge, before having a lovely traditional dinner a local family house where you will spend the night.

Day 3 : Cajupi - Labova - Nderan - 6 hours riding

After breakfast you ride further north to the village of Labova and the valley of Cajupi. Your trail follows the ancient merchant stone road of Zhapa with its beautiful panoramas, taking in the fantastic views over the hills and valleys. Take a break in Labova, famous for its wonderful Church that you will have the opportunity to visit. The next leg of your ride will take you through the mountains: discover its vegetation including mountain tea, oregano, wild rose and other endemic plants like digitalis or 'Dig–Dag' as it is known locally. You follow the mountain path to the valley of Cajupi where you halt for a picnic under the trees. After a nice gallop through Cajupi valley, the trail follows the medieval Caravan pathway with its famous bandit hideout 'Hija e Mallkuar' or 'The Cursed Shadow'. Today's final destination is the village of Nderan, placed in the heart of Zagoria region. You will stay with a Vllah linguistic minority family for two nights. You can learn about the local traditions and lifestyle, and even accompany the family during the milking process and dinner preparation, if you wish.

Day 4 : LLiar - Hoshteva - Koncka - Nivan - 4-6 hours riding

Wake up in the countryside, with the perspective of a lovely traditional breakfast waiting for you. You will need the fuel to face today's varied terrain combining hard cliffs, rivers, woods and rolling hills. You will continue riding to the most important horse pathway of the XVII and XVIII century that used to connect the biggest commercial centres in Southern Albania. You will stop for a short break at the water spring of Lliar, before you tackle a challenging downhill route. Your afternoon ride will be punctuated by byzantine churches and monasteries. You spend the night at the farmer's house again.

Day 5 : Pogoni - Hllomo - Polican - 6 hours riding

After a tasty country breakfast you ride through a mountain valley, perfectly suited for gallops, passing small remote farms, wild cliffs and many historical monuments off the beaten track. It is like travelling back in time: you will be passing many Byzantine cult monuments, ancient ruins and mythical natural wonders. In the afternoon, after 6 hours of riding, you will reach the centre of the Pogon region and the mountain village of Polican, populated by a Greek minority. In this village you have the chance to explore some monuments dated back to the medieval period. Later in the evening your will enjoy local gastronomic delights.

Day 6 : Polican - Lobohova - 4-6 hours riding

This morning, the trail leads you through demanding but beautiful mountain scenery. Lunch will be at the Church of Labova of the Cross - the oldest church in Albania! Your guide will tell you more about its history. Later in the afternoon you ride to Libohova, a small town nestled at the foot of the Bureto Mountain. The archaeological evidence indicates a very ancient settlement, that reached its zenith in the 17th-century when it became an important commercial crossroads. Overnight in a local family house with delicious local food.

Day 7 : Antigonea National Park - Suha - Gjirokastra - 3-5 hours riding

Accommodation : Babameto Guest House

This morning will begin with breakfast in the garden whilst enjoying wonderful views over the valley. Before you begin the ride, enjoy a guided walk through the town. You then set out on horseback through rolling hills, forests and fortified villages to reach the Antigonea National Park. After a relaxing break to enjoy the Park, a short ride brings you back to the stables.

Your farewell dinner will take place in a small restaurant in the old Bazaar. Later in the evening you can have a drink in a popular bar before heading back to your hotel for the night.

Day 8 : Gjirokastra - Tirana - Europe -

After breakfast at the hotel you will be transferred back to the airport of Tirana.

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