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Quarter Of Gorica

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Quarter Of Gorica

175 Reviews
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Berat Full-Day Trip from Tirana
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Berat Full-Day Trip from Tirana

Berat is a historical city in Albania and a UNESCO site. You will explore the historical neighborhoods of Mangalem, Gorica & Kala. You will visit Berat Castle, the Red Mosque and the Holy Trinity Church. You will go inside the Museum of Iconography and the National Ethnographic Museum. In the afternoon, you will have some free time to shop for souvenirs, take pictures & stroll through the cobblestone streets. Hotel pick-up in Tirana, transportation and all entrance fees are included.
US$79.43 per adult
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B1714D wrote a review Sep. 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,719 contributions2,671 helpful votes
Berat is a fascinating medieval town in central Albania. Beneath the commanding hilltop fortress lies the old town divided by the Osumi river into two neighborhoods - Gorica and Mangalem. Mangalem is the part right beneath the fortress and is predominantly Muslim, while across the river is predominantly an Orthodox quarter of Gorica. Both communities live in harmony and peace. During the Ottoman era, those not willing to embrace Islam, had to pay higher taxes to retain their religion. Both neighborhoods are fantastic to explore with unique architecture - houses so close one to another, set on an elevated terrain one window above the another, hence the city's nickname "town of 1000 windows".
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Jet789941 wrote a review Dec. 2019
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Very beautiful ancient city. Is a relic of the Ottoman era. We can enjoy the ancient housing and its surroundings. At the top there is a castle that is not less interesting. Very easy to reach from Tirana. Only 1 hour and 30 minutes (100km). Can use a taxi or take a tour that is widely offered in the city of Tirana ...
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Date of experience: December 2019
lindasllim wrote a review Nov. 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia878 contributions121 helpful votes
After visiting the fortress, we stopped at the main road to view the ancient quarter of Ottoman houses and buildings on the side of a hill that faces the Osum River. From a distance, the houses looked spectacular with its white-washed walls with many windows, earning it the town with a thousand windows and it is listed in the UNESCO world heritage sites. Due to time constraint, we only stop to take some photos before we left for Tirana. It is an experience not to be missed, if one is in Berat.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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sjontaela wrote a review Nov. 2019
Hatherleigh, United Kingdom75 contributions25 helpful votes
Nice to look at from afar and to wander round and get lost in, albeit rather steep! It provides the iconic backdrop of berat.
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Date of experience: April 2019
Michael N wrote a review Oct. 2019
Moscow, Russia1,149 contributions304 helpful votes
We stayed in the old town. Entrance to the castle through the main gate is free after 16:00 It is better to go to the castle by car, there is free parking - it is difficult to climb the hill, especially if you have children and a stroller. We enjoyed your visit to this wonderful city! We rented a car for a trip through EasyRentCars - we like their user-friendly interface and reasonable prices.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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