On a lazy summer evening, the town square is closed to traffic so that the entire population can turn out. I sat for a long time just watching the children eating ice cream, the teenagers doing their adolescent thing, the old men in the coffee shops. There are plenty of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, pastry shops, and grill houses to choose from.
Actually in september 2007 there was a connction even between Rozaje and Prizren, passing ot of Peja. The bus leaves at 11.am and takes about 1h45min to Peja and 4 hrs to Prizren.
I even found snow on the pass. To Peja there are buses also in the afternoon.
There are hourly buses into Novi Pazar along a very scenic route. Less frequent are minibuses into Peja (Pec), Kosovo, which winds over a huge mountain range and then down onto the plains of Peja. The scheduled bus is in the afternoon, but there is a minibus in the early morning which stops only at the entrance to the bus stop.