Pristina, the vibrant capital city of Kosovo, is nestled in the northeastern part of the country, surrounded by hills and mountains, offering breathtaking landscapes. Known as the youthful city of Europe, Pristina is famous for its bustling nightlife and home to numerous cafes, bars, and clubs. The city's distinctive charm lies in its blend of old and new, with landmarks such as the historic Turkish bath – Hamam of Jashar Pasha and the futuristic National Library. Don't miss the UNESCO World Heritage site, the medieval monastery of Gračanica, and the emblematic Newborn monument, symbolizing Kosovo's independence. From contemporary art at the Stacion Center for Contemporary Art to local delicacies, Pristina offers a fascinating mix of Albanian, Turkish, and Balkan cultures.
Situated in southern Kosovo, the city of Prizren is a historic and cultural jewel with a fascinating blend of influences. The city is nestled among the magnificent Sharr Mountains, cradling the tranquil flow of the Bistrica River. Known for its Ottoman-style architecture, rich multicultural heritage, and a lively arts scene, Prizren is home to the ancient Sinan Pasha Mosque and the UNESCO-protected Medieval Monastery of Our Lady of Ljeviš. Visitors are enthralled by the historic fortress casting a watchful eye over the city, while the annual Dokufest, an international documentary and short film festival, further adds to Prizren’s unique cultural spectrum making it an irresistible destination for travelers.