The azure Adriatic Sea, which cuts through Italy and the Balkans Peninsula, is home to some 3.5 million people. I visited the Balkans side, traveling from Slovenia down to Albania, Greece’s northern neighbor. Below are highlights from the coastal journey.
Albania: American Odes and Colorful Cities
Stretching along the Adriatic coastline with long sandy beaches, Shengjin in Albania is a token Balkan resort town with an American twist. I was surprised to see a statue of former U.S. president Woodrow Wilson on the main pedestrian walkway, which was adorned with planted palm trees and grills selling giant hamburgers, pizza slices and read more >>>
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