Ermak Travel Guide

 

 

Mount Dajti National Park

Mount Dajti National Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Description of Mount Dajti National Park

Location: 26 km to the North-East from Tirana
Height: 1,613 meters
Area: 29,384 hectares

 

Mount Dajti overlooking the capital of Albania is deemed as "balcony of Tirana" and offers a beautiful view of the capital. The National Park Mountain Daiti (Dajti) covers an area of ​​29,384 hectares of the mountain range in the east of the Albanian capital Tirana. Here you can see the panorama of the entire city. You can get here by car or elevator, which takes tourists to the top. Despite the fact that this is an ecological park, here you can find several restaurants and bars overlooking the capital.

In addition to hares, foxes and wild cats, wolves, bears, European boars live here. It is quite clear that they can be quite dangerous if you unexpectedly go out to them. To avoid this, you can simply bring along objects that produce a metallic sound. Animals are unlikely to want to meet people. Instincts will take their own and they simply run away.

To get to the Mountain Dajti National Park, you need to take a public bus at the Tirana’s watch tower to Porcelan (30 Lek). From here you can go uphill for 1.5 km, or you can wait for the free bus (runs every 30 minutes, 5 minutes). You can also take a taxi from the city, but a trip from Tirana can cost about 600 lek.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Transportation

 

 

Hotels, motels and where to sleep

 

 

Restaurant, taverns and where to eat

 

 

Cultural (and not so cultural) events

 

 

Interesting information and useful tips