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We were there early in the morning and could walk around in all quietness. Between 10 and 11 the busses arrived and the guests of the very big hotel almost connected to the Bazaar start overloading the area. So, if you don’t want to end...More
The bazar has two wings. From the stairs from a parking lot to the castle/museum, there is a bazar leg down, and the second is up to the castle.
We were on the look out for s souvenirs from olive tree. Wanted a kitchen board...More
It is always nice to walk through a bazaar, but this one really is tiny. Just underneath Kruja Castle, you cannot miss it. Offering mainly small carpets, Albanian felt hats and slippers, some embroidered blouses and timber souvenirs, it is the place to pick up...More
Close to the castle’s entrance you find this traditional market, which dates back to the period of Skanderbeg. This Ottoman-style bazaar was restored in 2015. Here you can find Albanian craft products such as embroidered items, carpeting, silver objects, copper, alabaster, filigree, traditional clothing and...More
There is a bus terminal in Durres, just by the pier, where you can find a bus outside the bank of Tirana going to Fuche-Kruja. In Fuche-Kruja the bus will stop behind another bus going to Kruja. Make the change and jump off... More
There is a bus terminal in Durres, just by the pier, where you can find a bus outside the bank of Tirana going to Fuche-Kruja. In Fuche-Kruja the bus will stop behind another bus going to Kruja. Make the change and jump off at the end station. The whole trip takes around 50 min and costs about 3 euro in total. Last bus back leaves at 4 pm. Locals are very friendly and helpful.