Visit and feel capital of the newest country in Europe and its monuments.
Enjoy the view of the monuments that have kept their origin for centuries, by exploring the most visited cultural, historical and natural sites in Prishtina and its monuments outside the city, such as: Marble cave, Ulpiana Ancient city, Gracanica Monastery UNESCO site, Ethnological Museum in Pristina, National Library, NewBorn monument and many more sites.
Pristina (and its monuments outside the city) - City center walk, University Campus, National Library, National Gallery, Mother Teresa Cathedral, Newborn Monument, Monument of Heroines, Mother Teresa Boulevard - Statue of Skanderbeg (National Albanian Hero), Statue of Ibrahim Rugova (Historical President of Kosovo), Monument of brotherhood; Prishtina old part of the city - Museum of Kosova, Bazaar, Stone Mosque, Jashar Pasha Mosque, Clock Tower, Sulltan Mehmet Fatih - Big Mosque, Hamam (Public bath from Ottoman Empire), Ethnological Museum of Kosova.
Outside of Prishtina city - Sultan Murat Tomb (oldest ottoman building in Kosovo), Monument of Battle of Kosovo of 1389; tour continues with Gracanica - visit to Gracanica Orthodox Monastery (UNESCO site), Ulpiana Ancient City (archeological park) Marble Cave in Gadime.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
Transport for 1 to 5 customers - Opel Zafira year 2000 - 7 seats, modern - clean, air-conditioned.
Transport for 6 to 20 people - minibus, modern-clean and air-conditioned. Please message me for a quote.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
20 euro - meal and refreshments throughout the tour
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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Bekim did an excellent job. His English was perfect and his knowledge about Pristina and the surrounding sites was profound. We also learned a lot about the country, the people and the history. And - nevertheless - he is really a nice guy. Thank you very much Bekim.
Michael Dr. Kleine