Pristina is the cultural, economical, and administrative center of the Kosovo with a long history. In a full day tour to Pristina, you can discover archeological sites, monuments protected by UNESCO, very old Ottoman places, narrow stone streets and attractive tall buildings. The 'New Born' monument is becoming the symbol of this new state.
Visiting Kosovo from Skopje – daily trip to Kosovo from Skopje and visit there major city Pristina, one of UNESCO protection – monastery Gracanica. Second city in Kosovo with rich history, traditional handicraft shops and gastronomic pleasures open museum – Prizren…
Join us in this Day Tour of Prizren and Pristina to explore the best of Kosvo. This tour is mainly dedicated to the History, Local Culture and Heritage about the two most important cities of Kosovo. It is where local Albanian Culture is fused with Orthodox and Muslim influence in centuries.During this full day Tour of Pristina and Prizren from Tirana, you will have the chance to see the most interesting highlights of both cities. Please be advised that on request will be able to edit and modify the itinerary according to your specific requests or needs. All Entrance Tickets for the mentioned Sites are included in the Price.
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.
Go as Local offers you Private Transport in Albania from Tirana to Pristina, Kosovo with challenging price, unquestionable comfort, and unforgettable experience, better than any Taxi or any private transportation in Albania.If you are in Tirana and looking forward to visiting Pristina we may assist in a very comfortable way to get there. Our drivers take care of everything so you do not have to worry about anything. You choose the time of departure and we pick you up from anywhere near Tirana.Safety, comfort, and flexibility are what we can give you. You can customize the route to your destination with several stops and places to visit, or if you are looking for a more detailed experience choose one of our Day Tours in Albania and you would get a really unique about the Albanian Culture, Places and People.
The driver/guide will pick you up from your hotel or any other preferred location in Skopje. Our first stop will be the Gadime Cave, also called the Marble Cave. Although a large part of the cave is still unexplored, we will have an organized visit to the part that is open to the public. We will continue our way to Kosovo's capital, and make short sightseeing. We will see some of the city landmarks like the Newborn Monument, the Clock Tower or the Mother Teresa Cathedral. We will then continue our way to Prizren and make our lunch or a coffee break. We will continue with our sightseeing and have a possibility to visit the Museum of Prizren League and the Sinan Pasha Mosque while passing by some of the city landmarks.
The combined tour of Kosovo will provide you with a rich experience of the Kosovo history (past and recent), religious and historical monuments, traditions, and beautiful landscapes on the way. Prishtina is capital of Kosovo with 350-400 000 inhabitants, and also a University City with over 50 000 students from throughout the country. Pristina is a political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic center of Kosovo. It is very dynamic city, with bright and positive youth, with many cultural, arts, urban and sport events held in the town through the year. Visit to Gracanica Monastery Unesco site built in 1321Prizren, situated in the south of Kosovo, is a beautiful and one of the oldest towns in Kosovo, known for its ancient history, the rich cultural and religious heritage, traditional handicraft shops, variety of festivals, film, music, art etc. It is the most multiethnic, multi religious and multicultural city of Kosovo.
Prizren is a historic city located in Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the eponymous municipality and district. The city has a population of around 178, 000, making it the second largest city in Kosovo. Walking to Catholic Helpful lady church, sightseeing of St. Nicola church, Shadravan square, Levishka church (UNESCO), Hamam, turkish bath, Arasta mosque, Albanian Prizren ligue museum, Bajrakli mosque, Sinan pasha mosque, Old stone bridge and end the tour of Prizren in the center of the city. You won’t be overwhelmed with sightseeing choices in Pristina, which is not so bad because it affords much more time to sit back and enjoy the energetic vibe of Europe’s youngest capital – perhaps its greatest draw. Have a stroll along Nena Tereza Boulevard, the main pedestrian drag, to get a sense of the pace of life before making your way to one of the city’s numerous cafes.*Minimum Pax - 15
Seeking to escape the monotony he had come to endure in his job as assistant District Attorney in San Francisco, Philip Kearney needed a change. His solution came one day in a casual email from a friend: “UN has opening here for an international prosecutor doing war crimes stuff. You should apply, gotta go.”“Here” meant Pristina, Kosovo. And “stuff”—Kearney soon finds out, after landing the job despite his inexperience with international law and inability to speak any foreign languages—meant a harrowing string of investigations involving the most brutal and devastating crimes imaginable. Abruptly removed from the comforts of home and the order and stability of America’s justice system, Kearny finds himself the sole international prosecutor assigned to a region of nearly one million people. Welcome to the Balkans circa 2001.Kearney is thrown headlong into a series of historic investigations that quickly land him under the protection of four armed security guards. Armed himself with only the region’s archaic criminal justice code, Kearney is soon prosecuting local street thugs, shutting down a ring of international sex-traffickers, and spearheading an investigation into secret death camps—a case that ultimately implicates prominent local officials and inflames ethnic violence. He developed an urgent passion, stemming from devastating stories of torture, murder, and slavery that dominate Kosovo’s bleak landscape. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Philip Kearney. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/pnix/000529/bk_pnix_000529_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.