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At every stage, from initial planning through to post-conference tours, we can give you our impartial advice and practical help such as:
We propose you a few top conference destinations in Albania:
Tirana – Albanian’s capital – lies at the foot of the Dajti Mountain and on the banks of the Lana River. It is an elegant metropolis architecturally influenced by the Italian period but uniquely Albanian in culture and spirit. A major center for business and the arts and sciences, Tirana’s landscape blends historical buildings with modern hotels, cafes, boutiques and outdoor markets, all of which along with a block area – sprinkled countryside in the near vicinity make it a very popular destination.
Durres one of the most beautiful cities in the entire Mediterranean coast,formerly Durrazzio is an ancient city founded in 627 B.C. The legend says:” It was founded by Epidamnos, the Illyrian king of the area, who called it by his own name and named the port area after his grandson – Dyrrah. Fortress; The remains of the walls belong to the 5 th – 6 th centuries, the addition from 13 th – 14 th Centuries. Ana Comnena, the daughter of the Byzantine Emperor, Alexis Comnenius, describing the fortress, writes: “its walls were so thick that 4 horsemen could ride abreast on top of them”. The turquoise waters of the Adriatic and the sun-drenched create an ambience that makes meetings and incentives a true fulfillment. Durres indeed is one of the best Albanian treasures; Golem is a small coastal resort whose location near the Tirana Airport makes it very convenient for all types of meetings, incentives and events
Saranda, the gateway to the Southern Albania, is a small town located between mountains and the Ionian Sea. Near Saranda stood the ancient Illyrian city of Onchesmos, mentioned as a port in the 1 st century B.C.In the 4-th century A.D. the town was fortified with walls. Inside the walls have been excavated the remains of dwellings, water cisterns and an early Christian Basilica of the 5-th and 6-th centuries, containing a beautiful multicolored floor mosaic. The ruins are also preserved of an early Christian Monastery dedicated to Santi Quaranta (Forty Saints), from which the modern name of the town (Saranda) is derived. The sea panorama, the variety of flora, characterized by a Mediterranean climate, make Saranda one of the most attractive tourist towns and also last year’s spa town offering recreation to visitors for a long time. A picturesque road links Saranda with the ancient city of Butrint one of the most fascinating archeological places, when antiquity and beauty of nature intertwine. Nowadays Butrint is under the protection of UNESCO culture and heritage monuments and Rothschild family.