Private & Small Group Tours to Kosovo
To experience Kosovo’s highlights as well as a more authentic side to this heart of the Balkans, we recommend that you book a small group tour for the duration of your visit. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that experts have found you the best activities, places to visit, and the best places to stay without having to concern yourself with the details or stress involved with planning the perfect trip.
During your stay, you’ll be in the hands of one of our experienced local tour leaders who will be raring to share their insider perspective and knowledge of the country with you and be on hand to answer any questions or concerns that you may have during your visit.
With the option for tailor-made holidays also, you can ensure that you have the opportunity to influence where you’ll be going and what you’ll be doing during your Kosovo holiday so that all of your wants and needs can be met to a ‘T’.
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Tourism in Kosovo: What to Expect
Most recent events threw it to the forefront of the minds of those around the world, as the country engaged in an ongoing conflict, which first broke out in 1998.
Since the end of the Kosovo war in June 1999, the country has done what it has always been best at: transforming and rebuilding, something it has had a great experience in since its first conflict dating back to 1389, which has shaped it to be what it is now known and loved to be in our modern era.
Not many people would consider Kosovo at the top of their list as a holiday or tourist destination, but those who take the leap are left with unmatched memories and delight from exploring its rugged interiors and fascinating settlements, to name only a few of its charms.
Reasons to visit Kosovo
Whatever your reason may be for wanting to visit Kosovo, you’ll find even more to entice you upon your arrival than you originally anticipated.
Prizren is definitely one of the country’s biggest draws. With beautiful Ottoman buildings, breathtaking views, and mediaeval monasteries (with Decan Monastery being a must during your next visit), as well as delicious wines and warm welcomes from the locals, you’ll leave Kosovo feeling content. We’d be surprised if you didn’t depart with plans to return sooner than you thought!
FAQs About Holidays in Kosovo
Is Kosovo safe to travel to?
Kosovo has had periods of political dispute and unrest but, in comparison to recent years, the country is relatively safe to visit. You should take the usual precautionary measures, as you would visiting any new, unknown destination, when visiting Kosovo.
Petty theft, such as pickpocketing, can be common, so remaining vigilant at all times is advised. For those visiting Pristina, particularly women, Kosovo is generally safe, as long as you remain aware of your surroundings.
How many days do you need in Kosovo?
Kosovo’s wealth of historical, cultural, and heritage sights, as well as its breathtaking wildlife, means you could easily spend weeks here. However, if you’re simply looking for a taste of what the country has to offer, spending 3-4 days in Kosovo will allow you to experience a good handful of its highlights.
Do I need a visa to go to Kosovo?
You do not need a visa to travel to Kosovo or to travel through the country if you are visiting. Upon entry, you will be issued a 90-day entry stamp, which can easily be renewed if you’re planning on staying in the country for longer periods.
How much does it cost to go to Kosovo?
Kosovo has been argued to be one of the cheapest countries in Europe to visit. If you live in Europe, you’ll often find cheap flights from airports to visit the country directly, and accommodation is no more expensive than in other Eastern European countries. A beer should only set you back by around €1.50, and you can even find high-end meals that won’t cost you any more than €10!