Hotels in Tiranë
A weekend in TiranÃ« will be filled with visits to fascinating buildings such as the Palace of Culture and the National Museum of History. The rapid growth of TiranÃ« tourism is symbolic of the city growth itself. The city is a thriving metropolis with lots of things to do in TiranÃ« such as the TiranÃ« Art Gallery and a historical tour of the Stalinist Nomenklatura buildings which once held the political elite of the Stalinist era.But TiranÃ« is certainly not just buildings and walkways. There are plenty of other TiranÃ« attractions including the Parku KombÃ«tar or National Park and the TiranÃ« Zoo. TiranÃ« sights you dont want to miss include Martyrs Cemetery where there are 900 WWII veterans buried and provides a stunning view of the surrounding countryside. The TiranÃ« culture is very welcoming, and you will enjoy the helpfulness of the residents and their appreciation of a beautiful country hidden from the world for so many years. This becomes apparent when you go shopping in TiranÃ« at the Public Market north of Sheshi Avni Rustemi roundabout. There you will find plenty of folklore handmade items, souvenirs and clothing. Visiting TiranÃ« places you midway between Rome and Istanbul too making it a central location for a broader tour.