Albania has natural beauty in such abundance that you might wonder why it took 20 years for the country to take off as a tourist destination since the end of a particularly brutal strain of communism in 1991. So backward was Albania when it emerged blinking into the bright light of freedom that it needed two decades just to catch up with the rest of Eastern Europe. Now that it has arguably done so, Albania offers a remarkable array of unique attractions, not least due to this very isolation: ancient mountain codes of behaviour, forgotten archaeological sites and villages where time seems to have stood still are all on the menu. With its stunning mountain scenery, a thriving capital in Tirana and beaches to rival any elsewhere in the Mediterranean, Albania has become the sleeper hit of the Balkans.
07:15 Departure (first pick up)
09:45 Arrival at Butrint Tour at the UNESCO world heritage Archeological site Lunch stop Free time in the seaside resort of Saranta
16:45 Departure from Saranta
19:00 Arrival at Sivota
Archeological site of Butrint (6€ per person)
Included: bus transfer, English speaking guide, lunch
Excluded: entrance to Butrint
Notes: Passport needed
Prices: 40 € per person, 20 € per chd (4-10 yrs),0-3,99 yrs free
For Albania a mini bus will pickup the guests from Syvota to the highway(Karteri) where they will board in the big bus to proceed with the excursions.