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Kosovo is a partially recognised state found in Southern Europe. It is the recent addition to Europe's roster of countries, with Kosovo claiming that it has declared independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo. However, Serbia still continues to claim Kosovo under its Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, although it recognises the Republic’s governance of the territory.

 

The country is a landlocked region in the central Balkan Peninsula, with Pristina as its capital and largest city. It is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia and Albania to the south, Montenegro to the west, and Central Serbia to the north and east. 

What to see & do

Pristina – Kosovo's capital is a fast-paced and changing city that is full of optimism and potential that is inviting and just lovely. Far more a provincial town than a great city, Pristina's vibe is laid-back and unpredictable, yet upbeat and simply unique. Discover the heart of Kosovo through the Kosovo Museum, the Kosovo Art Gallery, the National Library, and the Independence House of Kosovo, before savouring the international gourmet delicacies of Tiffany, Home Bar and Restaurant, Osteria Basilico, and De Rada Brasserie. Check on the 15th century mosques too, and learn about the culture that once had its hands on Kosovo's Pristina. 

Prizren – The picturesque city of Prizren is Kosovo's second gem shining with post-independence euphoria and enthusiasm. An infectious and energetic vibe pulses within and around the city, while its charming aura simply works its magic for all its visitors to feel. A mosque-filled city, Prizren is well worth setting aside a few hours to wander about it. 

Peja – A mix of Orthodox Serbian and some Turkish styles, the third largest city in Kosovo is flanked with diverse and progressive influences that will soon catapult it into a beautiful tourism destination. The city of Peja, or Pec in Serbian, is just about ripe for travellers to discover. Visit the church and monastery called the Patriachate of Pec, the Cheese Market – a bustling bazaar of various knick-knacks, and the Ethnological museum inspired by

the Ottoman Empire. 

How to get around within Kosovo

Buses are the best way to travel within Kosovo. It is relatively cheap, and the network is highly developed – perfect for travellers. Trains are also available if you haven't caught the bus, while taxis are aplenty within the city centres of Peja, Prizren, and Pristina. 

How to get there

The Pristina International Airport is the main international airport and is one of the three airports in Kosovo. The airport serves various international destinations within Europe, and is the primary point of entry when going to Kosovo. Airlines that fly to the destination include Adria Airways, Air Bucharest, Air Mediterranee, Austrian Airlines, Belair, and many others. For the cheapest flights going to Kosovo, check out Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of the cheapest flights from over 600 airlines worldwide. Although take note that Serbia officially stated that they will not accept passports containing stamps or visas from Kosovo. As of 2013, Serbian authorities deny passage to passport holders with only a Kosovan entry stamp. Further, Kosovo has set various regulations pertaining to entry to the country, so make sure that before travelling, you've read and understood the regulations of the country. 

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