Pristina is the largest city and the cultural centre of Kosovo. Since this province, which formerly belonged to Serbia, declared its independence in 2009, a spirit of optimism reigns here, comparable to Berlin after the wall fell. New cafés, bars and clubs keep opening for business. And, despite the destruction of the Kosovo war, a few noteworthy structures, many from the Ottoman period, are still standing, e.g. numerous mosques and the large Hamam. You can visit a former residence in the Old Town, where a Kosavan family lived in the 18th and 19th centuries. It is now an ethnologic park.
From the airport to Pristina
Name: Pristina Airport (PRN)
Location: approx. 18 km southwest of Pristina
All information is subject to change.
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