Home of Mother Theresa, Albania is located in Southeastern Europe bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Montenegro and Kosovo in the north, Macedonia in the east and Greece in the south.

Albanian history and culture is fascinating. Butrint, one of the world’s archaeological wonders – and a UNESCO World Heritage site – in the south of Albania provides a glimpse of Mediterranean civilization from the Bronze Age through the Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian and Ottoman periods.

Throughout the transition period Albania has been faced with a number of extremely complex challenges in order to establish stable institutions guaranteeing democracy.

Within a small territory, Albanian nature is amazing. The country is home to fourteen National Parks and all of them with something unique to offer.

Beside the fact that Albania is a mountainous country, the coastline is always a place to go with its clear turquoise seas. The coastline that is stretching from the Montenegrin border is flat and has long sand beaches.

Albanian culture is an exotic blend of traditions that have evolved over thousands of years.  The language, music, arts, and cuisine of the Albanian people are a rich and vibrant mix of many civilizations.

Once you discover Albanian culture, you are bound to fall in love with this new destination on the Mediterranean.