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Free Walking Tour Berat
Hello travelers! Welcome to my wonderful city. First, let me introduce myself,my name is Bruno , and it is a big pleasure for me to show you my amazing city! I am happy to be at your disposal before, during, and after the tour for anything you need during your stay Albania. I am a professional tour guide and am certified by the Ministry of Tourism in Albania. I was born and raised in Berat and have been giving tours for since 2018. My mission is to give the best care for every person who visits Albania. Take a walk with an independent licensed tour guide! Come as a visitor leave as a friend.
The tour is the best walking tour that you can ever. It is a great introduction to the city for the both first times and returners.
It covers the main attractions of the city and also the hidden gems that are well and truly "off the beaten track" and gives you facts you wouldn't know or notice walking around by yourself.
Our tours are conducted by professional and licensed tour guides.
You will be not involved in a boring also learning about the history of the city in friendly and easy-going atmosphere to let you get a unique and unforgettable experience.
PEOPLE WITH BACK AND LEG PROBLEMS ARE NOT ALLOWED AS CLIMBING THE CASTLE CAN BE DIFFICULT FOR THEM.
The guide itinerary -
Starting of old bridge gorica,
Walk through the historic city of Berat and discover its rich culture and architecture . After a short introduction from your guide, you will proceed to Berat's World Heritage Sites – the ancient quarters of Mangalem and Gorica we finish the tour inside the Castle the most biggest in Albania
We visit on this tour and I will show you the main points of interest of the city
- Gorica Old Bridge
- Saint Spiridon Church
- The city Promenade
- Center of Berat
- King Mosque
- Helveti Tekke
- Medieval Center
- Berat Castle
- Saint Trinity Church
- Red Mosque
- White Mosque
- View Point of Castle
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:AL, Rruga Kristaq Tutulani, Berat 500...AL, Rruga Kristaq Tutulani, Berat 5001, Albania
We meet to vila 4 b&b.I have a badge with name Bruno
We start near to the old bridge in quarter side one of the oldest quarter in Berat . Gorica Bridge It is one of the oldest and most popular Ottoman bridges in Albania. It connects two parts of Berat. Gorica quarter is the part of Berat that lies on the left bank of the river Osum. The area decorated with cobbled paved streets, stone houses and small orthodox churches. From that side of the reiver you have magnificent views looking back over the Berat.
Mangalem, which historically is Islamic and was known as the Ottoman Quarter. Mangalem Quarter consists of narrow streets of old white stone houses with terracotta tiles, wooden doors and hanging flowers.. Most of the houses have multiple large symmetrical windows, all lined up along the side of rocky hill.
3Outside visitBulevardi Republika
This is a really nice long broad boulevard is lined by cafes and restaurants on one side and the Lulishtja park on the other. In the evenings it becomes absolutely full of people and has a wonderful atmosphere to it. There is a stunning backdrop of The Tomorr Mountain in one direction and the citadel in the other
4Outside visitTeqeja e Helvetive
The Halveti Tekke within Medieval Centre of Berat, is yet another impressive monument in this complex, and one of the most interesting architectural structures of the city. The tekke was built in the 15th century and restored by Ahmet Kurt Pasha towards the end of the 17th century. The structure, belonging to the sect of the same name
5Outside visitBerat Castle
This castle is the pride and joy of the city of Berat. It’s courtyard offers spectacular views of the city and the valley below. Berat Castle is certainly one of the most beautiful in Albania, if not the most beautiful of them all! The castle sustains the lives of its inhabitants, a life that is perhaps as isolated as it is privileged from this position atop the city.
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).