Located at the crossroads of the eastern Adriatic, Albania is like no other European country. Although still very much off the mainstream tourist trail, Albania is now emerging as one of the most enchanting corners of the continent. The country offers a captivating journey through time and civilisations with three thousand years of untouched archaeological heritage. The region has played a strategic role in ancient times and has been a point of contact between Illyrian, Greek and Roman civilizations. Durres, Apollonia, Butrint, Phoenice, Byllis hide a wealth of great archaeological value, still largely unknown. Albania is also home to unique and unspoiled natural wonders.
Map showing all the archaeological sites and museums I have visited in Albania: