Submitted by edisabecolli on Mon, 07/07/2014 - 11:39
The first were the Swiss. They started to go on holiday in Albania since 2005. Then, were six thousand. In 2013, 40 thousand. Not a few. But the record come form the Italians. For different summers they chose the Albanian coast - and cities - to spend the summer holidays. Reaching the amount of "more than 90 thousand people." With a 2014 which promises to be even better. "We expect an increase of ten per cent," gloats Benko Gjata, Associazione Culturale Italo-Albanian "Vatra".
Submitted by edisabecolli on Tue, 06/24/2014 - 14:24
The Albanian coast, the nature of the country in general and local cultural heritage continues to attract media attention and foreign operators, like TGCOM, the Italian group Mediaset; the British "Express"; “NY Times”; etc., who s
Submitted by edisabecolli on Tue, 06/24/2014 - 09:16
The Albanian National Tourism Agency organized today in Tirana a meeting between Tursab and the Albanian Associations of Travel Agencies. The Tursab representative stated that their aim is to bring 500.000 Turkish tourists in Albania in the next years. The exchanging of contacts and experiences between the both travel agencies associations were very useful and an important step in building a new era of cooperation.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Tue, 06/24/2014 - 09:13
National Tourism Agency is a promoter between the parties on the B2B meetings (between Albanian tour operators and Kosova tour operators) and also to the visits in Decan which is part of Kosovo and Valbona part of Albania, to be held on 14-15 April 2014. The main theme of these meetings is: "The get more acquainted with our countries and to try unique experiences.
Submitted by edisabecolli on Thu, 06/12/2014 - 11:30
The ATTA (Adventure Travel Trade Association, with more than 900 members) Director for Europe Christopher Doyle is holding these days an Inspecting visit in Albania, in view of a greater tour that will take place in late August and early September, with the participation of more than 25 members of ATTA.