The youngest European state is also perhaps the least explored territory of the old continent. Born after the dissolution of former Yugoslavia, Kosovo surprises travelers with its beautiful landscapes, rich cultural heritage, lively urban centres and traditional cuisine.
A journey through the country is an alternation of bucolic landscapes and historic villages, - dominated by ancient kullas and minarets,- with lively urban centers, such as the capital Prishtina, or the historic towns of Gjakova and Prizren.
Kosovo’s Orthodox art and architecture are also world class, with such internationally renowned monuments as the Patriarchate of Pec, or the monasteries of Gracanica and Visoki Decani, protected by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
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FIVE REASONS TO VISITKOSOVO
The territory of Kosovo is dotted with small towns and historical boroughs that preserve beautiful examples of houses, markets and religious buildings.
Historical and Cultural Heritage
Beautiful, frescoed mosques, dating from the Ottoman period, impregnable kullas (the traditional, stone tower-houses), majestic, richly decorated abbey churches, inside sober and beautiful, medieval monasteries: these are some of the gems of the precious cultural heritage preserved in Kosovo.
The Capital Prishtina
Young and dynamic, Prishtina is one of the most European cities in the Western Balkans, where traces of the recent Ottoman and former Yugoslav past intertwine with contemporary modernity.
Nature and Landscapes
From the immaculate peaks of Mount Sharri, to the gorges of Rrugova, passing through the rest of the plateau crossed by countless streams, Kosovo is a green land that offers many views of rural landscapes and unspoiled nature.
The great variety and quality of fresh, local produce, coupled with the original interpretation of oriental and Balkan cuisine, make the Kosovar meals a real joyful experience.