Pristina Things to Do

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  • 1. Walking

    Mother Teresa Boulevard is the heart of Pristina's busy downtown district. Much of this street has been pedestrianized and now has cafes and bars sprawling onto the sidewalk. There are also lots of...

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  • 2. Gracanica Monastery

    Gracanica is a Serbian enclave outside of Pristina. It is probably the main attraction in the area because of it's famous monastery. The monastery was founded in 1321 by the Serbian king Stefan...

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  • 3. Skenderbeg Statue

    Skenderbeg (Iskender Bey in Turkish) is the Albanian national hero, a man named Gjergj Kastrioti who was an officer in the Ottoman army in the region in the 15th century. He revolted against the...

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  • 4. Local Market

    One of the best impressions i had is watching people in their normal way ....their features are quite unlike to western european people... they look like a war pass through them.. so expresive faces...

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  • 6. Take In Some Contemporary Art

    The Kosova Art Gallery is air-conditioned, and at the time of my visit admission was free. Count me in! Spread over two floors this museum features...

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  • 7. Controversial Church

    Pristina's unfinished downtown Orthodox Church couldn't be located in a cooler spot, literally sandwiched amid striking works of contemporary architecture....

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  • 8. Now That's What I Call a Library!

    Besides just having a truly epic exterior (designed by architect Andrija Mutnjakovic and constructed in 1982), the inside of Kosovo's National and University...

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  • 9. Those Famous Seven Letters...

    The most famous sight of all in Pristina is the giant NEWBORN sign, located on Luan Hardinaj at the southwest end of the pedestrianized center. This monument is...

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  • 10. Many Monuments

    Kosovo appreciates the efforts of world leaders who supported their efforts to become independent, and throughout town you'll find streets named after world...

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  • 11. Go Back in Time

    I was actually surprised to stumble upon Pristina's outdoor archeological park, located opposite the Kosovo Museum in the bazaar district. The gates were open...

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  • 12. Check the Time

    Clock towers are important in Muslim communities as they allow the local citizens to know when to pray. Pristina's clock tower is located in the bazaar...

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  • 13. Visit a Mosque

    There are a number of mosques in Kosovo's bazaar district that service the local Muslim population. These are concentrated in the area directly to the northeast...

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  • 14. Help the Street Dogs in Pristina

    This is an organization set up in Pristina when I was working at the US Office in Pristina (now the US Embassy) in 2004. We asked a local man interested in...

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  • 15. Boro Ramiz

    Not exactly a must-see, but this is another good landmark to know, as it is stands out due of its unusual architecture, visible everywhere. Boro Ramiz is a huge...

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  • 16. Sultan Fatih mosque

    the Albanians are the main ethnic group of Kosovo, and are the most part of muslims too (there are Bosniaks and Turks there too)...this mosque has a Tuskish...

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  • 17. Kosovo Caves near Pristina

    Kosovo Caves are near the beautiful village of Gadimje just 15 Kms South of Pristina, the capital city of Kosovo. Look out for the blue motorway sign for...

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  • 18. Go to Mirusha Waterfalls in the Spring/Summer!

    Mirusha Waterfalls, located on the way to Gjakova (about 1 hour from Pristina, depending on traffic), is a must-go for those visiting Kosovo. The waterfalls are...

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  • 19. Shoot Your Friends With Paintballs!

    Pristina is surrounded by a number of paintball arenas - including one in Novo Brdo (1 hour drive) and one in Ferizaj (45 minute drive), near Camp Bondsteel....

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  • 20. If you're an avid reader ...

    Check out Dukagjini Bookstore in Pristina for a good selection of English language books (fiction and non-fiction) and periodicals. Dukagjini is the largest...

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  • 21. Go have a machiato!

    Pristina is full of great and relaxing cafes and restaurants. Some of the best ones are located along "Police Street" near UNMIK HQ and on Bill Clinton Blvd,...

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  • 22. Go have a machiato!

    Pristina is full of great and relaxing cafes and restaurants. Some of the best ones are located along "Police Street" near UNMIK HQ and on Bill Clinton Blvd,...

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  • 23. Martyrs' Hill and Velania

    For good views of Prishtina, make your way up the hill towards Velania (if you're staying at the guesthouse, take the road by the Casino up hill and instead of...

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  • 24. Unfinished Serbian Orthodox Church

    If you've walked out to the National Library, you can't fail to notice a large and fairly impressive Serbian Orthodox church sitting next to it....

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  • 25. National Library

    Once the pedestrian Rruga Nene Tereze comes to an end, it joins the busy Deshmoret e Kombet road which passes more shops and restaurants before the strangest...

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