Travel to Korce in Albania. Korce (Korça) is the principle city in the district of Korça in Southeastern Albania. Founded by a local Ottoman Albanian lord, Ilias Bey Mirahori, the urban area of Korçë dates back to the late 15th century and the beginning of the 16th century, however its actual phisiognomy was realized in the 19th century, during a period that corresponds with the rapid growth and development of the city.
following the 2000s, the city experienced a makeover as main streets and alleys started to be reconstructed, locals began to renovate their historic villas, a calendar of events was introduced, building façades painted, and city parks reinvigorated. The European Union is financing the renovation of the Korça Old Bazaar while the city centre was redesigned, and a watch tower constructed.
Along your trip to Korça, you might stop in some restaurants, where you can find some of the traditional Albanian dishes. Lots of appealing farmers markets as well. Several miles from the Greek border, this city is Albania’s cultural capital. It is full of life during the summer when you can find couples and families strolling through the city’s main park, Parku Rinia. You can hike to the top of the beautiful mountain Moravia and view the city and its surrounding landscape. The city is small and very walkable, there’s a tendency toward vertical construction rather than horizontal.
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