Day Trips & Excursions

Kosovo Day Trip: Pristina and Prizren Tour from Skopje

Enjoy this full day tour to explore Kosovo with the visit of the capital Pristina and another popular city Prizren.
8 hours
Walking & Biking Tours

Pristina Half-day Walking Tour

A walking tour through the capital Pristina exploring its main attractions in the centre and surroundings including: the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the “New Born” monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state.
4 hours
Tours & Sightseeing

Pristina Full-day Tour

Pristina is the cultural, economical, and administrative center of the Kosovo with a long history. In a full day tour to Pristina, you can discover archeological sites, monuments protected by UNESCO, very old Ottoman places, narrow stone streets and attractive tall buildings. The 'New Born' monument is becoming the symbol of this new state.
8 hours
Private & Custom Tours

Private Full Day Trip to Pristina from Skopje

Are you willing to see the latest 'newborn' in Europe? This private full-day trip to the capital of Kosovo, Pristina, is really an easy step once you are in Skopje. In only just about hour and a half drive from Skopje, you are given the chance to visit UNESCO World Heritage Site, triumph of Byzantine architecture, the Gracanica Monastery, then, the monument of Kosovo Battlefield and next visit the lively, vibrant and modern Pristina. You get to see the old and new sites of the city, the old bazaar, mosques, museums, sculptures and monuments. You get to enjoy among the trendy caffes and restaurants. What you definitely shouldn't miss is trying some of the tasty bites all around you.
8 hours
Outdoor Activities

Via Ferrata Climb

Via Ferrata climb will provide you with spectacular views of the Rugova Gorge and adrenaline rush, while you will be safely lead through the vertical climb secured with stairs and professional equipment of recognized brands. Via Ferrata is a product developed during World War one for military purposes, by the Austrian and Italian armies in the region of Dolomites, but with the change of warfare it became redundant and a tourist attraction. It consists of metallic structures in the vertical rock enabling non-climber to experience the thrill of climbing. Via Ferrata Ari Was buit in 2012 with support of Italian engineers.
5 hours