PRISTINA, THE YOUNG EUROPEANS
PRISHTINA  
3 Hours  

Local Guddy


Description:

While Pristina is not the most aesthetically appealing city you’ll ever come across, it exudes an infectious energy. Not many other places on the continent offer such juxtaposition of tradition and modernity, from its Balkan mishmash of culture to world-class dining and partying. You won’t be overwhelmed with sightseeing choices in Pristina, which is not so bad because it affords much more time to sit back and enjoy the energetic vibe of Europe’s youngest capital – perhaps its greatest draw. Coffee is a great source of pride here, and with that comes a thriving cafe culture worthy of its own in-depth exploration – especially for those who enjoy a good macchiato, as Pristina has ‘the best in the world’ (you can just ask any local :) ). Once fully caffeinated and ready to take in some culture, wander over to Old Pristina for a look at the historical side of the city. Home to the old Clock Tower, the recently renovated Kosovo Museum, and Ethnographic Museum (which has some wonderful exhibits on life in Kosovo between the 15th and the 20th century on display in a restored Ottoman-era townhouse), it’s also where you can see some of the city’s oldest mosques and shop in its bazaar. The traditional cuisine in Kosovo is a mix of Albanian,Turkish and typical Balkan, which we won’t be at a loss to find in Pristina. Tave (stews), grilled meats, suxhuk (spicy sausage), sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls) and fresh cheeses are some menu staples. A few solid spots for sampling it all are Pishat, Tiffany, or the more atmospheric Liburnia located in the oldest part of town. If you have any questions please ask, and see you soon.


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The price includes:

  Dinner
  Dessert
Drinks
Entrances
Airport pickup
Transportation
Breakfast  Lunch  Snacks Tickets +Show More


Transportation methods:

On foot, Own car

$30

per person