Get a comfortable private transfer service from Pristina Airport to the desired location in Montenegro or abroad. This transfer service is available 24 hours per day and seven days a week. With modern, clean, and disinfected vehicles, our company provides fast and reliable private transfers to wanted locations. This is a perfect way to start your dream holiday and get from the airport to your vacation destination.
If you are in Pristina and want to explore further and deeper into Macedonia, this is a tour that will reveal to you the most beautiful places and attractions in the capital Skopje and the magnificent Ohrid. You will get the best service in transfer, guidance, and accommodation for your money. So let us make these two days one of your finest memories.
This Belgrade to Prishtina transfer tour combines two services. Transfer from Belgrade to Priština (or vice versa) with visit to Niš and Devil’s Town. Your tour host will be your driver and a licensed tour guide at the same time.
Spira Gruji (Serbian Cyrillic: pa p j , born 7 December 1971 in Pristina, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia) is a retired Serbian football defender. Gruji passed through a number of youth teams of Red Star Belgrade, but never played in the main squad. The central defender moved in 1991 to FK Radni ki Ni , where he made his professional debut during the 1991/92 season. Gruji eventually played 4 seasons for FK Radni ki Ni before leaving in 1995 to Belgium. In Belgium Gruji played for two seasons for R.W.D. Molenbeek, moving in the summer of 1997 to RSC Anderlecht. In contrast to R.W.D. Molenbeek, he did not receive a consistent place in the squad and Gruji decided to look for it somewhere else. In 1998 Dutch football club FC Twente bought him for 350,000 Euro. Gruji spent 5.5 year in Enschede and won one prize: KNVB Cup in the 2000/01 season. In 2004 Gruji moved as a transfer-free player to ADO Den Haag. After moving to FK Rad in 2006 and playing another season there, he retired.