'Le Parisien': Albania, Tourist Pearl with Cheap Prices
Albanian Daily News
Published October 20, 2017
The prestigious French magazine 'Le Parisien' published an article for Albania considering this country a tourist pearl with stunning cheap prices. Through a brilliant graphic illustration the French magazine writes that 'eagles' country has many arguments for the history, nature or beach lovers'.
"Albania, with its magnificent mountains in three-quarters of its territory, with lakes, rivers, preserved parks, has a large 400-km coastal line. Along the coast of Albania, where Muslims and Christians live together, there are still a multitude of monuments, churches and mosques, inherited by Greeks, Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans," writes the prestigious French magazine.
"Country's national pride, the superb coastline along the Ionian Sea (facing Italy), widely known as 'Albanian Riviera', stretches over one hundred kilometers between Vlora and Saranda. Lush vegetation, cold water and mountains bordering the sea make this area the most attractive part of the country," writes 'Le Parisien'.
The article also refers in particular to the cities of Gjirokastra and Berat, Meantime, regarding Tirana the newspaper says that the most beautiful part of the Albanian capital lies around the "Skenderbej" square and along the "Nation's Martyrs" boulevard.