Popular Destinations in Kosovo
Pristina is a city full of lively young people. It is a city where
crumbling Soviet-style buildings exist together with modern plush luxury
hotels and centers of contemporary art. Tourists can experience the coffee
culture of Pristina during the day and the Rakia (a local strong spirit)
culture in the evening. Both these beverages involve slow drinking
accompanied by time and conversations shared with friends and other people.
Tourists can also stroll in the old part of the city where a range of
old-style houses and old men sitting in front of them can transfer tourists
back in olden time virtually.
Prizren is a beautiful old-time town with a fortress perched on a hill over
the town. The town is home to beautiful mosques and churches. Prizren is
well-known for its bridal fashion boutiques and jewelry, therefore one must
not miss taking a glimpse at the local artists’ creations. After walking
around the city and exploring the attractions, tourists can have a seat at
one of the riverside benches to enjoy the views. Tourists can also head to
one of the restaurants to savor local cuisine.
Rugova Canyon is a stunning canyon with length of around 25 kilometers
(15.5 miles) and depth of around 1 kilometer (3,300 feet). It is one of the
most impressive canyons in Europe. The town of Peja is an excellent
starting point for a hike along the Rugova Canyon and its surrounding