Vau Dejes Municipality, consisting of 6 Administrative Units with a total surface area of 499 km2 and a population of 48 966 inhabitants, presents great natural and human resources for economic development through the tourism sector. Due to the diverse geographic range, from the field, hilly and mountainous areas, as well as to the numerous water areas of Vau Dejes Lake and Koman Lake (part of Drin River) and the archaeological site of Koman (early medieval time), this municipality offers opportunities for the development of several types of sustainable tourism : agro tourism and cultural tourism.

The Design Code of Theth is a manual, a set of rules and criteria based on observations and studies on the built environment, which through the sketches and text of concrete examples, aims to determine what and how to build in a particular area as Theth.

The purpose of the Design Code will orient the flow of constructions to respect the unique character of traditional architecture and nature.

Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) of the Municipality of Shkoder, developed by GO2 is an instrumental, a planning concept to encourage sustainable transport modes and to solve urban mobility problems. It aims to reach local and higher-level environmental, social, and economic objectives of the Municipality of Shkoder. This project was supported by EU and coordinated by REC Albania.

EuroVelo is a European cycle route network comprised of 14 corridors with a total length of 70,000 km which connect and unite all of Europe.

Albania became part of this partnership (42 countries) in January 2014 with “GO2” as a coordinating organization. The project maintains a focus on Sustainable Tourism and is co-founded by the European Commission and is coordinated by the European Cyclist’s Federation.

Right To The City

Open forums. A cycle of 8 debates about the City and the Communities in Balkan Cities are getting hold by guest speakers from: Kotor, Tirana, Belgrade, Mitrovica, Prishtina, Prizren, Shkodra, Shkup.
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Shkodra. Here nature lives with culture