First of all for sure is Rozafa Castle
Rozafa Castle is a castle near the city of Shkodër, in northwestern Albania. It rises imposingly on a rocky hill, 130 metres above sea level, surrounded by the Buna and Drin rivers!
Second Place is Mes Bridge
Mesi Bridge is a bridge in the village of Mes, about 5 km northeast of Shkodër, in northwestern Albania. It is a monument of Postribë culture, turning the site into a tourist attraction with a lot of visitors from all around the world.
Third place is Razma
Razma is one of the tourist spots closest to the city of Shkodra . It is located in the municipality of Shkrel , at a distance of 43 km from the city and 65 km from the coast ( Velipoja ). The area of Razma is about 900 m above sea level. This is very suitable for the development of summer and winter mountain tourism.
Fourth place is Shala River
The Shalë (definite Albanian form: Shala) is a river flowing inside the Albanian Alps in northern Albania. Its source is in the Albanian Alps, near the village Theth, close to the border with Montenegro. The Shalë flows generally south through the municipal units Shalë, Shosh and Temal. It flows into the Koman Reservoir, fed and drained by the river Drin, near the village Telum.
Fifth place is Kiri Valley
Another valley in recent years has turned into a tourist destination, where daily tourists are growing year by year.
It is about the Kiri Valley, which is located on the Postriba Administrative Unit, once crossed the Mesar Bridge, along the villages: Omaraj, the Expensive Bridge and Prekal, an area that leads to the village of Dukagjini.
During summer this area is populated by many citizens of the area and not only, coming from and outside of Shkodra.