only 2.5 km away you can enjoy bars, food, coffe places and night life in Blloku area
Blloku is one the most famous neighborhoods in the city. It offers a lot of bars and clubs, but also restaurants and shops. There you can also enjoy the city's night life.
This is ideal place for the people who wants to enjoy the night life, bars or eating out in some of the best restaurants of the city are found in this area
Ish-Blloku (the former Block) known as Blloku is the most famous and expensive area in Tirana. It became very attractive after the fall of communism. During communism, the area was reserved solely for government officials and was not allowed to be entered by the commoner. It was opened to the public…
The best idea is to go to Blloku area. It makes you believe that this is the best part of the day here. You can enjoy excellent cocktails and music among very fashionably dressed young people and feel how they feel.
“Rinia (Youth) Park is now the proud focus of among other things the evening xhiro, when thousands of locals dress up and stroll around to meet up and chat with friends. The spidery white building that looks like it could be the lair of a James Bond villain is an entertainment complex called Taiwan and houses restaurants, a swish terrace café, bowling alleys and a casino. The main attraction however is the fountain in front of Taiwan which in the evening fascinates hundreds of young and old onlookers with its light show.”
“800 m from The White Box Loft once at National History Museum a large mural mosaic depicting ancient to modern figures from Albanian history adorn the entrance. There are many pavilions such pavilion of Antiquity, pavilion of Middle Ages, pavilion of Renaissance, pavilion of Independence, pavilion of anti fascist war, pavilion of communist terror, pavilion of Mother Theresa and most importantly pavilion of Iconography. The pavilion of Iconography is quite impressive as it consists of Icons of renowned 16th century Albanian Master of colour Onufri. The signages are in english and very informative. A must visit to understand the history, culture, traditions and customs of the great nation Albania.”
“Set in the original atomic bunker of communist dictator Enver Hoxha, Bunk’art traces the rise of fascism, communism and the brave rebellion that led to Albania’s eventual liberation. The space is enormous, very atmospheric and, honestly, there’s almost too much to take in, but a few hours here is sure to leave a lasting impression. For those without the time to travel to the city’s periphery, Bunk’art 2 located in the heart of the city provides a smaller alternative.”
“ Behind the Pyramid, the Galeria Mall has around 50 shops, bars and cafés in a pleasantly air-conditioned, four-floor complex. There’s a supermarket on the ground floor.”