3 days in Kosovo: highlights and itinerary

3 days kosovo


  1. juliemtms

    Wow! Kosovo really has never been on my radar. But this looks really rather awesome! Waterfalls, outdoor dining at those cute cafes, the fortress… I think I need to visit one day! Great tips.

  2. Anna Johnston

    I would very much enjoy visiting the Pristina Bear Sanctuary. I’ve heard of Four Paws charity before, a chef I worked with for years and years and years was obsessed with bears, he sponsored a number of them from all over the globe and donated a lot of money to organisations that helped bears that had been mistreated. How insane are those cruel people who keep them in small cages and at restaurants. Argh. Makes me frustrated. But I am glad you visited and shared the experience, you helped save a bears life. 🙂

  3. Simon

    Hey guys…almost went to Kosovo a few years ago, but we had to leave our rental cars at the Bulgaria/Macedonia border so didn’t happen. Been itching to go ever since! I’m curious, what’s that amazing looking building with all the white domes in lower right of the Pristina photo?

  4. Meg Jerrard

    I would love to visit Kosovo – I love traveling to undiscovered parts of the globe because they’re always the most authentic – I can definitely see a lot of Eastern European charm through your photos. It doesn’t look like the country has been overly influenced by the west (yet). I love wildlife so it would be great to visit the Pristina Bear Sanctuary, and then enjoy some nature at Mirusha waterfalls.

    Prizren looks stunning – like you’ve literally stepped back in time. I’ll read up on the politics of the region too so I understand what’s gone on in the country’s recent past, but thankyou for this guide – I can’t wait to go 🙂

  5. Karla

    Oh, wow! I didn’t really know about kosovo so I skipped it during my trip. I should have researched prior. I love everything about this, great architecture and good nature stuff to do and see. This will definitely be part of my next europe adventure.

  6. Karina

    These are beautiful pictures, and it seems like you managed to cover a great deal of Kosovo in such a short amount of time. I also love that you included the pictures of the mosques! As a Muslim, it’s always interesting to see how the architecture of the mosques vary from country to country. This is a really excellent post! 🙂

  7. Rohan

    Saw your website dear. Have to say that it looks completely amazing. Keep it up. And if you have to choose between Turkey & New york? What would you suggest in terms of tourism.

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