Welcome to Tirana backpacker hostel! Albania's First Hostel, opened in 2005, now again in a beautifull almost 100 year old Italian style villa! In the city heart of colourfull Tirana, right in between the Catholic Church and Mosque on Rruga Kavajes. We have plenty of common relaxing space, a huge backgarden, with lots of manderine and orange trees, hammocks and instruments around! Life music is our sound, we offer BBQ's, traditional Albanian food, many fantastic daytours and lots more! Come and experience Tirana Backpacker Hostel!
Tirana backpacker hostel is a family run hostel; an Albanian-Dutch mixture! We speak fluently Albanian, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Spanish and some funny German ;-) We can provide you with a lot of information about Albania, amazing trips you can make around the country or near Tirana. we rent out bikes or you can join one of our special day tours to the beautiful cave of Pellumbas, Dajti Mountain (to check out the bunkers!) or Kruja Mountain and lovely town full with amazing souvenirs! Come and We'll show you around!
Reception is opened 24 hour
Check-in time 7:00 - 24:00
phone number: 00355684682353
We are a 2 floor old Italian style vila, with front garden and a huge back garden with veranda.
We offer 6 dorm rooms with either 5 or 6 beds in them.
2 private double rooms.
On each floor we have 3 common showers and 3 common bathrooms
In total we have 40 beds.
We rent out bikes and offer several day tours.
We organise BBQ's and special events; city tours, movie nights, jam sessions etc.
We have 2 baby beds available.
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