|Kosovo Trip Itinerary
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|Best of Kosovo Tour
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|Exciting Kosovo Package
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|Kosovo Tour from India
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|Kosovo Honeymoon Package
||08 Days / 07 Nights
|Exquisite Kosovo Tour Package
||09 Days / 06 Nights
Kosovo is a tourism destination on the rise - in fact; it is the least visited country in the region. Now is the chance to be among the first to discover the wealth of natural beauty, enchanting cultural heritage, incredibly warm hospitality and unique adventures the country has to offer. The country is small in area but rich in art and history.
Need to Know About Kosovo
Kosovo was once part of Serbia and also declared independence in February 2008. The road to independence was not easy and there was a lot of conflict within Kosovo. It is still struggling to gain recognition as a country with 115 nations recognizing Kosovo’s independent status.
Within Kosovo, most peoples are ethnic Albanian with the exception of the North areas where many people are of Serbian origin. The conflict within Kosovo is continuous as well as controversial nevertheless Kosovars enjoy having tourists visit and are willing to openly talk about the past, present, and future.
Population: 1.8 million
Language: Mostly Albanian, some Serbian. Great English as well as German spoken throughout the country.
Best Time to Go To Kosovo
The very best time to find to Kosovo is spring (i.e.: late April, May or early June) when the areas are bright green but there is still some snow on the tops of the mountains and the blossoms in the meadows are in bloom. There is a risk of heavy rainfall in late April but it is rare for this to last greater than a day or so. In July, August as well as early September the flights and roads are busy with the diaspora returning, so taking a trip is not quite as very easy or cheap and also the weather can be also hot to explore, although September generally uses pleasant weather. In the winter there is a risk of ice and also fog on the roads and in practice, it will be difficult to see much due to the snow.
Best Places to Visit in Kosovo
1. National Park Bjeshkët E Nemuna
A national park situated in the west of Kosovo occupies a significant area of 624.88 square kilometers. It was established in 2013 with a view of creating a new tourism site in the country. The name Bjeshkët E Nemuna means the cursed mountains.
The atmosphere is ever-green with a variety of flora & fauna residing in here. The park has a lot to offer, includinga beautiful river, some gorgeous streams and amazing sloping hills with green plants and also trees.
The capital and also the largest city of Kosovo have mostly Albanian residing here. With near about 20 monuments, a couple of mosques and a church from the Ottoman, as well as Byzantine ages, the town, are rich in history, as well as the center of the country’s commerce, entertainment, and healthcare.
There is the UNESCO's world heritage site listed Gracanica Monastery from the fourteenth century, the elegant Kosovo Museum, the Ottoman Bath, a clock tower, and a public water fountain.
3. Newborn Monument
Kosovo officially gained its independence in 2008, making it the youngest country in Europe. The Newborn monument in midtown Prishtina was created in honor of that moment. Annually on the country's anniversary, they repaint it in a different style representing that year’s theme.
4. Visoki Dečani Monastery
About a 30-minute drive from Peja, many peoples include this attractive 14th-century monastery as a part of their Peja itinerary.
While Dečani Monastery was badly damaged during the battle in 1998 and also 1999, it has been renovated and revitalized with assistance from both Serb as well a for Albanian populations. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in 2004.
5. The Rugova Canyon
With its length of 25 kilometres (15.5 miles) and depth of approximately 1,000 m (3,300 feet), Rugova is one of the most excellent canyons in Europe. The waters of Peć Bistrica River have cut their way with the mountains in a breath-taking way. The town of Peja is a good starting point for a walk along the canyon and the surrounding mountains.