ErmiraHi!, I'm Ermira and I'm interested in architecture, dancing, languages, nightlife, sightseeing, food & cuisine and education
AidaHey!, I'm Aida and I'm interested in hiking, education, fashion, events & social, diving, cycling, swimming, technology, surfing, shopping, science, languages, camping, culture, nature, rafting and skiing
ArbreshëI am Arbreshë, you can call me Besh. I am from Gjilan, Kosovo. I was born and raised here. Kosovo is a small country in Europe, but with people with big hearts. I am student, but I work at my dad's bussiness right now. I study computer science.❤️
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Can host for 3 daysHi!, I'm Ermira and I'm interested in architecture, dancing, languages, nightlife, sightseeing, food & cuisine and education
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Kosovo is probably the least traveled destination I've been to. I really enjoyed it, it's not overall stereotypically "pretty" (although Prizren is) but it was really interesting to see it.Posted: May 29, 2023
I visited Pristina and Prizren and loved my time in both. Kosovo isn’t a traditional “hot spot” for tourists which I loved. I found the locals to be extremely kind - I even got lost at one point trying to find a restaurant and a couple of locals walked me to the restaurant. The countryside is also very pretty so I highly recommend it.Posted: March 26, 2023
I had the opportunity to explore Kosovo, specifically Prizren and Pristina. Among the two cities, I found Prizren to be the most captivating, despite its small size. I was able to see everything I wanted in just two days. Additionally, I found Kosovo to be a safe destination for women, as my group, consisting of three girls, had no issues.Posted: February 24, 2023
My solo trip to Kosovo was an incredible experience that I thoroughly enjoyed! The locals were incredibly hospitable and accommodating, and everything was very affordable. Among the places I visited, I particularly cherished Prizren, which offered a distinct experience from Pristina. In Pristina, I checked out the nearby bear sanctuary, while in Prizren, I went on a fantastic hike to get a stunning view of the city. I also recommend taking a day trip to Skopje, Macedonia, which is only an hour and a half bus ride away. The city is very walkable and offers a unique experience. The walking tours offered in all the cities I visited were great, and I felt completely safe throughout my journey.Posted: February 24, 2023
Itinerary: Pristina (1 full day there) Prizren (1 full day) Safety: I felt super safe there Recommendations: Kosovo is a beautiful country full of lovely, friendly people.Posted: September 25, 2022
Itinerary: 1 day in Prizren 2 days in Pristina Safety: I felt very welcome and safe pretty much everywhere in Kosovo. Recommendations: Kosovo is amazing, safe and cheap.Posted: September 25, 2022
If you come to Kosova, make sure to visit Prizren (beautiful town), Peja (amazing nature--if you love outdoor activities you can also go hiking, go on a via ferrata, zip lining, etc), Gjakova (my hometown-best coffee, very friendly people, you can swim in the lake Radoniqi, enjoy the view from Çabrati hill, etc.), Prishtina (capital-probably the best nightlife in Kosovo).Posted: July 16, 2022
Yes, Kosovo is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to research the area before you travel, and avoid walking alone at night.
Yes, Kosovo is generally safe for solo travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings. It is also recommended to dress modestly and avoid walking alone at night.
Kosovo can be an affordable destination for solo travelers. Accommodation and food are generally quite affordable, and there are plenty of budget-friendly activities to enjoy. Public transportation is also inexpensive, making it easy to get around the country.
Citizens of the United States, Canada, and most European countries do not need a visa to enter Kosovo. However, citizens of some countries may need to obtain a visa prior to travel.
The official currency of Kosovo is the Euro. Credit cards are accepted in most places, but it is recommended to have some cash on hand as well.
The official language of Kosovo is Albanian, but English is widely spoken in the major cities.
Kosovo is generally a safe country to visit, but it is still important to be aware of your surroundings and take necessary precautions.
Public transportation is available in the major cities, but it is recommended to rent a car if you plan to explore the countryside.
The best time to travel to Kosovo is during the spring and autumn months, from April to June and September to October. The weather is mild and pleasant during these months, with temperatures ranging from 10-25°C (50-77°F). The summer months can be quite hot, with temperatures reaching up to 35°C (95°F).
Yes, Kosovo is generally safe to travel alone. However, it is important to exercise caution and be aware of your surroundings, as with any destination. Be sure to research the areas you plan to visit and take the necessary safety precautions.