Full Day Trip in Berat

Full Day Trip in Berat

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Culture & Art
Berat, Albania
80 /person

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Berat, known as the city of 'one thousand windows', is a treasure of Albanian history, culture and a testament to the country’s tradition and religious harmony. Prepare to be amazed during this full day tour.

Price: 80 EURO/adult and 50 EURO/ Child (2-11.99 Yrs)

Duration: 1 day
Schedule: Wed, Sat, Sun
Departure Point: Pick up from hotel
Departure Time: 09:00
Level of Difficulty: Moderate;
Suitable For: Everyone;
Tour Type: Cultural;
Language: English; Albanian;

  • Step back in time on a history tour
  • Enjoy fantastic aerial views
  • All entrance fees included
  • Transportation
  • Licensed guide
  • Transport with a/c vehicle
  • City Tour of Berat
  • Driver/ Guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Entrance fees to the Museum of Iconography 'Onufri', the Ethnographic Museum and Castle of Berat
  • Excluded:
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Meals and drinks
  • Personal expenses
  • Optional activity costs
  • Getting around: Private bus; Walking;
    Passport needed: Yes
    Payment and cancelation policy: here.
    Minimum people required: 2
    Maximum people allowed: -


    Transportation to Berat

    Departure for Berat at 9:00 am and you will be transferred towards this beautiful city for around 2,5 hours. This is one of the oldest and the pride of Albanian architecture.   The three major neighborhoods of the old city are Mangalemi, Gorica, and Kala where the castle itself is located.


    Tour of the Castle

    You will start our tour with the castle area. Visiting the 'Kala' involves a steep walk up a cobbled path, but those who make it to the top will be rewarded with a fine view of the surrounding area. You will visit the Museum of Iconography 'Onufri' which bears the name of the renowned fresco and icon-painter Onufri, who has left a rich inheritance. This museum is located within the cathedral of St. Mary’s Assumption. You will also visit the Red Mosque, recognized by its lonely minaret and St. Trinity Church.

    Mangalemi and Gorica quarters

    After the fortress you will visit the Mangalemi quarter and the National Ethnographic Museum. This museum is located in one of the most characteristic and interesting houses of the town, a rich assemblage of traditional objects (more than 1000) and is one of the greatest examples of Berat’s long history and culture.   Across the Osumi River lies the Gorica neighborhood, whose houses face those of Mangalemi. The arched bridge of Gorica, built in 1780, is a beautiful architectural monument constructed to link Gorica with Mangelemi. Free time to stroll in the bridge.

    Time for some traditional Albanian food

    After the cultural tour, optional lunch in a restaurant with traditional cuisine (at extra cost)

    Return to Tirana

    Return to Tirana and end of service.

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