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Beautiful place. Especially at night. The streets are beautifully illuminated. There are plenty of small traditional shops and restaurants everywhere. People are very friendly. There are some interesting sections, including one gift shop with a glass cover over an ancient well. For the most part, it's mostly tourist stuff. This bazaar has stores that contain a wide range of truly handcrafted products.
Textiles, wood carving don't miss this one on the way to the castle. There are a couple of antique stores with real antiques. There are many restaurants, cafes and bars to get Not a bazaar in the typical fashion but lots of small shops and restaurants lining multiple streets within the historic city center. Lots of hand crafted items along with general mass made. The usual stores, restaurants and souvenir shops you find at any tourist sight.
Beautiful buildings and picturesque streets. When you expect a real Bazaar, you will be very disappointed. Quaint streets good for shopping, strolling or having a beverage or snack. At the moment, the streets are being refurbished with new cobblestones. It will be beautiful when all is done. Lots of souvenirs available at reasonable prices. The beautiful architecture, typical of Gjirokaster, can Part of the reason this town is so charming is the beautiful restoration of the bazaar area.
Lovely shops and restaurants with reasonably and nice crafts. The area has been over-restored and, although the shops contain some tourist merchandise that is probably slightly above average for these places, there is no longer any magic in the setting. Many of the best restaurants are there, so you will see it anyway Such a pretty part of town with newly refurbished paving. Very friendly locals and plenty of bars and restaurants to sit and watchbtge world go by.
Certainly one of the most charming areas of Gjirokaster. Profile JOIN. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Gjirokastra Bazaar. Old town , Gjirokaster, Albania. All photos Full view. Traveler Overview. Open Now. Suggested Duration: hours. What travelers are saying This was the first place I stopped by in Albania and it immediately brought me back to Ottoman times, with narrow stone-paved roads, interesting houses with wooden roofs, little shops selling traditional products Be aware when coming by public transport from other cities that the furgons will leave you at the modern part of the city so you need to take a bus to the old Town or you can walk uphill , it takes maximum 10 min The traditional stone steep streets are remarkable with many having decorative patterns.