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Dajti Ekspres “Cable Car”

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Located just 15 mins from the centre of Tirana, “Dajti Ekspres” provides it’s visitors with an unforgettable experience. Take the 15 minute trip up Dajti Mountain on the longest cableway in the Balkans and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city...more
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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Tirana, Albania
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+355 67 208 4471
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Reviewed today via mobile

A please cable car ride to the top of a mountain overlooking Tirana, Albania. The view is beautiful and the ride is relaxing. There is little to do at the top other than eat lunch.

Thank WCoats
Reviewed today via mobile

You can get to the top of Mount Dajti, just outside of Tirana, by taking the Dajti Ekspress, the longest cable car in the Balkans. There are a lot of options for getting there but only a few that make sense. Here are the best...More

Thank adam p
Reviewed today via mobile

The queues to board are relatively short (10 minutes at peak time in mid-August). The cable cars are clean, feel very safe and were not crammed full by the operators. Views are out of this world - the only negative is that some cars are...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 5 days ago

This provides a nice ride p to the top almost 1600m above see level. It is a cheap ride and you can have a drink in the bar when you reach the top of the site.

Thank 189852Anneli_12
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's cheap and a great way to see amazing views. There isn't much to do when you get up there unless you feel like sitting down to have a meal at the restaurant up there, which apparently has excellent food, so we were told bu...More

Thank Judi W
Reviewed 1 week ago

The cable car is a must if you have the opportunity to visit Tirana. It is the longest cable car in the Balcans, the views are amazing and when you reach the top there are restaurants where you can enjoy a traditional dish of this...More

Thank Sabrina G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The tickets are cheap and it’s impressively high up - but there is basically nothing up there apart from a bar / restaurant with a view. The surrounding area is very dirty with lots of poor people trying to sell you things. Not really sure...More

Thank Cantab H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Absolutely worth visiting. The view on the city is amazing and the way up to the hill is exciting and beautiful.

Thank antonella b
Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice 20 min way u to the Dajti mountain with this amazing cable car which brings near your view city, rural and far in horizon images. The last part of trip is more dramatic.

Thank Andrian V
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Best thing to do in Tirana. On the top you have great view and must resturant. The adventure park for the kids was great too

Thank shimmyl
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Forever_travelling01
24 June 2017|
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Response from OnnoHen H | Reviewed this property |
Around 600 LEK. Single fare with the bus 30 LEK per person (but then you have walk a little uphill)
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Forever_travelling01
23 June 2017|
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Response from timdawsn | Reviewed this property |
The easiest way is to hail a taxi. It cost me approximately 1,600 Albanian Lek, which is a little more than £10, or €13. There may be a bus, but I could not find it. I got in a taxi in the middle of the city. The ticket... More
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Mary ellen P
2 April 2017|
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Response from menaxher | Property representative |
Hello Mary, Thank you for contacting and asking us, the view is different from Kruje, in kruje your are in 500 meters height, here in dajti the position is different and the height is 1100 meters, if you do hiking, from our... More
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