Central Albania, about 120 km from Tirana, Berat is part of the UNESCO world heritage as a rare example of a typical Ottoman architectural. Berat bears witness to the coexistence of various religions and cultural communities during the centuries. It is built on the slopes of mount Tomorr, known as “the city of a thousand windows”, classified city- museum. Inside the walls there are the castle and 8 medieval churches, one of which boasts a famous collection of icons of Onufri. In addition, there is a good Ethnographic Museum inside a traditional house of the late XVIII century. The historical mosques of Berat is located in the vicinity of the modern city center and both date back to the XV century: the Mosque of the King (Xhamia and Mbretit) is the most ancient, which can be seen after the moments of prayer, at the end of Rruga e Kalase.
uses depart from Sheshi Qemal Ataturk, the trip takes 2 hours and cost about 300 lek. By bicycle or on foot, there are several interesting routes.