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Gjirokastra and Antigonea Tour

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1 Day
Availability : 0-Jan-2020 - 24-Nov-2020
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​A short city tour to see and to learn more about their history and main interesting sight as Gjirokaster and Antigonea city. Get much more of this city tour to learn and te see more about it.
Meet the group at pont of part. Depart for a daily tour to the main interesting sight as Gjirokastra & Antigonea, ancient city.

Price Includes

  • Transportation AC vehicle, including all taxes, parking and road tolls
  • Professional Local Guide English speaking – according to the program

Price Excludes

  • Extras out of program
  • Lunch or refreshment drinks

Day 1Gjirokaster

Gjirokastra – the “Stone City”, situated in the southern part of Albania only 1 hour far from Saranda city, on the eastern slope of mountain Mali i Gjere. It is a commercial center in South Albania, it produces foodstuffs, leather, and textiles. There are several 18th-century mosques and churches and an old citadel (rebuilt in the 19th cent.) in the town. Dating probably from the 4th cent., Gjirokastër passed to the Turks in the 15th cent. It was captured (1811) by Ali Pasha and was the center (late 1800s) of anti-Turkish resistance. In World War II it was occupied by Italy, Greece, and Germany in succession. What strikes the visitors most in Gjirokastra are its typical and characteristic houses which resemble little fortresses, clustered one above the other. Their exterior combines roughness with the beauty of windows, small rooms and light pillars supporting the roofs protruding from the walls. The most attractive feature is the stone which has been masterfully elaborated by the builders. Once Gjirokastra has been called the “city of one thousand steps” or “the stone city”