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Durres is a versatile port city with both a modern and ancient appeal. If fun in the sun is in order look no further than the waterfront, where Albania’s largest and liveliest beach buzzes with activity in summer. Durres is also replete with Roman and Byzantine heritage – you can discover the remnants of Albania’s biggest amphitheater here, while both the city defenses and forum date back 1500 years. You could also travel inland to see the castle where Albanian national icon Skanderbeg fought off three Ottoman sieges in the 1400s, or continue to Tirana to visit the nation’s capital
Durres is a versatile port city with both a modern and ancient appeal. If fun in the sun is in order look no further than the waterfront, where Albania’s largest and liveliest beach buzzes with activity in summer. Durres is also replete with Roman and Byzantine heritage – you can discover the remnan…
Durrës is a city 25 min distance from Tirana by car. It’s known for its huge Roman amphitheater, Nearby is a 9th-century church with mosaic-covered walls. The Archaeological Museum displays pieces from the Greek, Hellenistic and Roman periods. Also is known for nice beaches in the Adriatic coast and very delicious fish restaurants and not only.
Durrës is the second most populous city of the Republic of Albania and seat of Durrës County and Durrës Municipality. It is located on a flat plain along the Albanian Adriatic Sea Coast between the mouths of the Erzen and Ishëm at the southeastern corner of the Adriatic Sea.
Discover Durrës and its old town, the archeologic museum, the amphitheater, its Venetian tower, the harbor and the long new beach promenade.
The nearest city to the capital Tirana, is Durres, only 30 minutes by car. "A small Bari", the city of Durres is mainly frequented on summer, when you can enjoy the sunny weather and the beaches with nice bars or restaurants. You can also consider visiting different archeological sites and explore the city.
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