Albania is not a country with a thriving tourist trade. It is in the shadow of the more popular Croatia and Montenegro to the north and Greece to the south. Yet, sometimes it is more of an adventure when picture postcard moments are fleeting.
Rozafa Castle overlooking the northern city of Shkodër has been a strategic military position since the beginnings of the Roman empire. Today, you can walk in almost unobstructed and stroll around these ancient ruins.
Albania was the world’s first atheist state during it’s communist rule. Even today, there is no official religion declared.