- Visit the most important UNESCO world heritage site in Albania
- Learn about Berat’s fascinating history and architecture from your guide
- Walk in the old quarters of Mangalem and Gorica
- Explore the Berat Castle, one of the biggest inhabited castles with Byzantine churches
- Admire beautifully carved Iconostasis at the Onufri Museum inside the castle
Embark on a cultural and artistic pilgrimage. See master painter Onufri's work in the churches of Berat. Visit Berat Castle, Onufri Museum, Mangalemi and Gorica neighborhoods, and Gorica bridge.
Meet your guide at your hotel and start the tour of Berat city. Berat is one of the most visited and characteristic towns in Albania. It is under the protection of UNESCO and considered a World Heritage site due to its unique architecture.
Visit Berat Castle and the Onufri Museum. The Berat castle is of particular interest because people still live within its walls in their traditional houses, just like their ancestors did for centuries. Explore this fortress overlooking the town of Berat and its many Byzantine churches.
The castle used to have over 40 churches of which 7 still remain today, including the Church of the Dormition of St Mary. The latter was converted into Onufri Museum, honoring the 16th-century Albanian master painter who painted many orthodox churches in Albania and Greece.
Witness some of the most beautiful shades of red and gold you have ever laid eyes on in the museum. Then, continue to your next stop in the old quarters of Mangalemi and Gorica that connect with each other by the Gorica Bridge over the Osumi River.
On the way back you will visit Belshi, a very small town, with a small lake in front of the buildings.
Hotel pickup and drop-off
English speaking tour guide
Transportation by private car
Bottle of water
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