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Albania. The Bradt Travel Guide.
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Albania's unspoilt mountain scenery, cultural sites and beaches mean it is becoming increasingly popular with a growing number of UK travellers. This affectionate guide to Albania covers the length and breadth of the country, discovering remote villages and out-of-the-way towns such as Peshkopia and Erseka. Visitors will find detailed information on wildlife, national parks, hiking routes, and beaches. For those interested in the culture and history, there is more on the main archaeological sites at Butrint and Byllis and Byzantine art, together with biographical vignettes of individuals who have figured in the country's history. 2012 marks the centenary of Albania's independence from the Ottoman Empire and there are likely to be many celebratory events across the country.
(280 pages, 16pp, colour 28 maps).