The National Museum of Medieval Art was opened in Korça in 1980. Exhibits in the museum include historical, cultural and artistic artifacts from the medieval period in Albania, primarily belonging to the Byzantine and post-Byzantine Christian tradition.
Korça Old Bazaar
The old Korça Bazaar has great early historical, cultural and artistic value for the city. The entire complex underwent a complete renovation in 2015, planting the seed for a historical, economic and touristic transformation not just for the city but for the region.
The Youth Park, pearl of Korça, is the largest urban park in the city with an area of 9 hectares. The park is perfect for a stroll under the generous shade of rows of linden and chestnut trees, or enjoying the open stone sculpture garden.
Dardha is a beautiful mountain village located 20 km to the southeast of Korça, tucked between the hills of St. Peter, Autumn Rock, and other hills.This tourist village offers an ideal climate, with rich mountain air providing a refreshing retreat during the whole year.
Voskopoja has been known for centuries as a prosperous center of Albania and the Balkan region for economic, cultural and artistic development.Existing as a crossroad of trade between the east and the west, Voskopoja flourished as a crossroads.
National Park:The Fir Of Drenova
Located just to the southeast of the city of Korça, the area of this park is 1,380 hectares.
Korca Beer Fest is the biggest event in Albania.
At the beginning of every December, Korça holds a light festival to celebrate the beginning of the winter season.
Korça is known for its famous annual Carnival, bringing an ancient worldwide tradition to Korça while also creating one of the most popular events in the city.