Albania, located in South-Eastern Europe, on the Balkan Peninsula, is a small country crossed by the Dinaric Alps, and whose coasts stretch along the Adriatic and Ionian seas. The country has many castles and archaeological sites. In the center of Tirana, the capital, is Skanderbeg Square and the National History Museum, which features exhibits tracing the country's history from Antiquity to the post-communist period. The square also hosts the Et'hem Bey mosque and its frescoes.<br /> Whether the idea of visiting Croatia began with a love of Game of Thrones or by stumbling across photo after photo of the breathtaking, island-studded Adriatic coast, the Balkans have become a regularly featured region to counter traditional European destinations. Croatia’s surrounding neighbors and their cities like Kotor Bay in Montenegro and Mostar in Bosnia have also garnered the attention of travelers. While the entire region is beautiful and culturally rich, it’s about time for Albania’s turn in the spotlight. Apart from their historical influence on Albania, there are plenty of reasons this country’s coast has become a vacation spot for Italians

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