Margariti: Free entry for visitors to monuments and archaeological sites
TIRANA, July 30 /ATA/ The country’s national cultural heritage sites and museums are attracting an ever-increasing number of local and foreign visitors.
To this end, the Ministry of Culture’s initiative invites tourists and visitors on Sundays to visit museums and archaeological parks throughout the country free of charge.
Minister of Culture, Elva Margariti, invited local and foreign visitors again on Sunday not to miss the opportunity this Sunday, to visit museums and archaeological parks free of charge.
“Wherever you are vacationing, don’t miss the opportunity to visit our museums and archaeological parks for free. Visit with your families the sites of Butrint, Apolonia, Bylis, but also the ABC Museum or the Medieval Museum in Korça, “Marubi” and the Museum of Kruja. Immerse yourself in the heritage,” Margariti writes on social media.
Albania is home to a number of archaeological sites such as Butrinti, Apolonia, Oriku, Amantia, but also forts such as the Gjirokastra castle, the Lëkurës castle, Saranda, the Kruja castle, the Berat castle, the Petrela castle, Tirana, Ali Pasha castle, Tepelen, Rozafa castle, Shkodër, etc.
Visitors can also tour the “Onufri” Iconography Museum and the Ethnographic Museum in Berat, the Archaeological Museums in Durrës, Tirana, Korçë, the Weapons and Ethnographic Museum in Gjirokastër, the Ethnographic Museum in Saranda, the National History Museum, Tirana, the Archaeological Museum, Tirana, Shkodra Historical Museum, etc.