Nestled in the heart of southeastern Albania, in the midst of a sprawling highland plateau, lies Korcë, a city filled with history and passion. Known as the 'city of serenades,' Korcë is recognized for its deep-rooted music traditions. Visitors are charmed by the city's iconic cobblestoned streets lined with buildings reflecting the Byzantine and French architectural influences. The town boasts the impressive Resurrection Cathedral, the largest orthdox cathedral in Albania, and the old bazaar, revamped into a bustling social and commercial hub. Its rich cultural scene includes the National Museum of Medieval Art, where one can explore stunning ancient artifacts, and the ancient Illyrian village of Dardhe within its escorts renowned for winter sports. Lastly, the city's fame for its traditional local beer cannot go unnoticed, as the Korça Beer Festival attracts thousands of visitors each year.