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Week End Tour In Vlore

Week End Tour In Vlore Packages
Country: Albania
City: Vlore
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Classic Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary


1st DAY: Vlore

Transfer from port to the hotel. Dinner and Overnight. In hotel 4 stars

2nd DAY: Vlore – Apollonia – Vlore

After Breakfast drive to Apollonia Archaeological Site - this ancient site was an important port along the route between Rome and Byzantium. Emperor Augustus studied there, and Aristotle mentioned the town in his book on politics. After lunch, we drive back to Vlore. Dinner and overnight

3rd DAY: Vlore

Breakfast. Transfer to the port and end of our services

Prices per person in Euro

Hotel Vlora International

4 stars

Hotel New York

4 stars

The above price includes the following services :

2 nights in a hotel in bed and breakfast

Transportation by car or minibus

English speaking guide

Not Included :

Services not mentioned

Personal extras

Flight tickets

Entrance museum

Know More About Vlore Before You Visit:

Vlore lies in the southwestern coastal region of Albania, at the southern end of the Adriatic Sea and the northern part the Ionian Sea. The Vlore coastline accounts for about 30% of the entire coast of Albania and in its proximity is located the Albanian Riviera.

Vlorë sits on a bay that marks the meeting of the Adriatic and the Ionian seas, which means clean waters and brilliant beaches. With over 300 sunny days a year, too, it’s easy to see why it’s a popular beach resort. But if you prefer your beach to come with a side of city slicking, Vlorë also fits the bill.

The city beaches can be a bit crowded and unkempt at the peak of summer when the mercury soars, so visit on either side of peak season. Plazhi i Ri is the best bet. There are also quieter and more appealing beaches just south of the city – the locals love Orikum. For a real escape, catch a boat to the Karaburun Peninsula, which is pretty free of development and offers pristine white pebble beaches.

Albania boasts a seriously eclectic history, from the Greeks and the Romans, through to the Ottomans and its years under a madcap socialist dictator, Enver Hoxha. Part of the attraction in visiting the Ethnographic Museum of Vlorë is enjoying the elegant 18th-century building that houses it. The collection sweeps around the traditional folk costumes and traditions of the city, plus the surrounding region.

What to Eat:
Vlore's sea products are some of the best in Albania. You must not forget to visit Paradise Beach Restaurant, one of the best seafood products in Albania. It's 5-10 minutes (depending on traffic) with a car from the center of Vlore.

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