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Via Egnatia

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Once one of the world's most traveled routes, the Via Egnatia is an Ancient Roman road, as an eastern continuation of the Via Appia between Rome and Istanbul (Constantinople, Byzantium), the two great metropolises of the late Roman Empire. Now it is a great walking route for people who want to avoid the touristy, busy crowds.

Hiking through history



In total, the Via Egnatia is 1000 km long, but on this tour, you will be taking the challenge of 150 km from start to finish. Starting in Durres, you will walk all the way to Perrenjas, which is close to the border of Macedonia. 

Tip: For hiking lovers, you can keep walking to Ohrid in North Macedonia, Thessaloniki in Greece, and all the way to Istanbul in Turkey. Ask us for tips! 


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