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This was arguably the worst tour that we had in Albania...it took less than 10 minutes and the guide (forgot his name, but looked skinny and kind of bold) merely mentioned the room names without really explaining anything. He was rushed and uninterested. 'The is...More
Unlike Tiranë's bunkers which are turned into a museum, the Gjirokastër tunnel is left in its original state, which makes it less informative but much more atmospheric and genuine, and quite creepy. The tunnel took us about 20 minutes to walk through. Our guide was...More
If Besian is the same person, that’s very weird !!!
I go by myself with the guide, claimed Besian at 16:35, come out at 16:44.
He reads the names of room, starts to tell me not taking many photos when I just take the first...More
We had guide that knew a lot about the tunnel and it's purpose but he was quite bored. When entering he asked if we had lights in our phones due to lack of working light in the tunnel. It was only broken light bulbs so...More
If they ever finish restoring the tunnel and its rooms, it will be a more interesting site. Yet, because of its historical significance, it's worth taking a little time out of your schedule to visit it.
We asked at the tourist office office about visiting the Cold War Tunnel and one of the women working there took us on the tour. Yes, the tunnels are empty but they are very atmospheric and I felt that it really helped put the isolationist...More
This place seems like a great idea, but it is a cold tunnel with nothing inside. The guide rushed us through in what felt like 5 minutes. She just told us what was written on the doors. If you want to escape the heat, go...More