Pristina Guided tours

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From Skopje: Full-Day Kosovo Tour to Pristina and Prizren

1. From Skopje: Full-Day Kosovo Tour to Pristina and Prizren

This tour starts with a pick-up from your hotel in Skopje, traveling to Prishtina where your local guide will be waiting for you. First, visit Monastery Gracanica, and then arrive in Pristina where you will start a tour of Pristina. Your first stop in will be the Kosova National Library, an example of modern architectural design. Then make your way to the open air archaeological park with artifacts from the Neolithic period and Kosova Museum built by Austrians for the Turkish army in 1898, which has an extensive collection of archaeological and ethnological artifacts including the Neolithic Goddess on a Throne terracotta. Head to Çarshi Mosque, the oldest building in Pristina constructed in the 15th-century by the Turkish Sultan Bajazit. Afterwards, head to the Academy Building, a 19th-century Ottoman konak style private houses. Visit the Fatih Mosque or Imperial Mosque built in 1461 under the Turkish Sultan Mehmed II Fatih and the  Great Hammam – bath complex built in 1470 graced with 15 domes with small holes to let light stream in. Make your way to the Ethnographic Museum. The Emin Gjiku Complex is a extremely well-preserved building from 18th-century and it’s the only original building left in old bazaar area. The tour will finish with a visit of Gazimestan Tower. Contnue to Prizren for your walking tour of the city includes the attractive Ottoman old town, known for its gold and silver filigree craftsmen, the hammam, the Museum of Prizren League, the Helveti Tekke, Sinia Pasha Mosque and the Church of Our Lady of Ljevis. Prizren has the largest number of preserved Ottoman buildings in Kosovo, so simply wandering around the old cobbled streets admiring the town houses, mosques and tekkes is a delight. After a small break, return back to .

From Skopje: Pristina and Prizren Private Sightseeing Tour

2. From Skopje: Pristina and Prizren Private Sightseeing Tour

Benefit from pick-up at a location of your choice in Skopje, and then travel by comfortable air-conditioned vehicle to Kosovo. Visit the 14th-century Gračanica Monastery on the way to Pristina, and then take a sightseeing tour of the city to see some of its beautiful attractions on arrival. Discover the new Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa, along with highlights such as the National Library and equestrian statue on Skanderbeg Square. Stroll along pedestrianized Nane Theresa and visit the Old Bazaar. Break for lunch at your own expense, and then spend the afternoon in the small town of Prizren. Learn about its rich cultural heritage on a guided tour of the town center. See highlights such as the Old Stone Bridge and medieval Church of St. George. Pass the 17th-century Sinan Pasha Mosque and Bajrakli Mosque behind the Albanian League Museum. Find fine local handicrafts in the many craft shops, and watch the world go by on Shadervan Square.

Pristina: Private 3-Hour City Tour

3. Pristina: Private 3-Hour City Tour

Discover the most important landmarks in Pristina on a city tour of Kosovo’s capital. Start with hotel pickup then head to the NEWBORN sculpture, built as a representation of Kosovo’s freedom. Admire the sculpture as you learn the difficult history of the city from your expert guide.  Continue to the National Library of Kosovo and see its prison-like architecture. Explore the Carshia mosque and appreciate its beauty, before visiting the famous Ethnographic Museum to discover how people of this region used to live. Afterwards, see the cathedral built for the minority Orthodox Christian community. Visit Skanderbeg Square, the main square of Pristina, named after the national hero Kosovo shares with Albania. Learn about the history and culture of the city as you explore its most famous sights. At the end of your 3-hour tour, get dropped off back at your original start point.

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What people are saying about Pristina

I had a wonderful day exploring Kosovo. My driver had snacks and drinks available for our drive, and provided easy conversation along the way, answering my questions and sharing his love of his home. My guide was equally excellent, conducting the tour at a pace that was relaxed but purposeful, again allowing ample opportunity for me to ask questions and take pictures. He recommended a delicious place for lunch in Prizren, and was mindful of time, as I requested to return to Skopje in time to catch an evening bus. A beautiful day in a beautiful country. Highly recommend.

We were picked up on time by the driver who then drove us safely to Prishtina. The guide Suad welcomed us there and explained the city and the historical background to us in a knowledgeable manner. From there we went to Prizren and its great cultural and culinary possibilities. All in all very successful, great car with attentive driver and knowledgeable guide. Conclusion: Highly recommended!

The driver Miki is very nice and attentive, he does his job in a highly professional manner, the tour is very worthwhile, our guide through Kosovo, very knowledgeable and pleasant, I highly recommend this tour.

Our tour guide Vlad was excellent, spoke great English and moulded the tour to our wants and needs. Well worth the day to see the 2 cities in Kosovo and would highly recommend

Excellent tour - both driver and guide. Learned a lot about Kosovo and regional relationships. Prizren in particular is charming town.