Hospitality is a cultural value that was worn with a divine veil having a special significance.
Ismail Kadare writes: "Trying to turn the most ordinary man into a demigod is enough for him to knock on the door."
While Miss Edith Durham writes: "Albanian hospitality laws are stronger than weapons"! "Bread eaten not only by the friend, but also by the enemy in the house of the Albanian is of great importance and honor"!
Many foreigners have also commented on Albanian hospitality. Here are some of their sayings: Chlumcky (1907) - “No one would dare to violate the sacred right of hospitality. The Albanian values freedom without restraint above all. ” Dumont (1872) - “Albanians are hospitable and very sensitive; they give little importance to religion. ” Grisebach