Summary of the stay

  • 6 days
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Solo
  • Couple
  • Friends
  • Culture / Heritage
  • Faune and flora
  • Medium

This tour offers ideas for a week-long trip to Kosovo, exploring the south and west of the country

For hikes in the Sharr/Šar massif and/or the Dinaric Alps, allow one to several additional days depending on the planned route.

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Itinerary of the stay
  • Pristina (Prishtina - Priština)
  • Prizren
  • Gjakova (Ðakovica)
  • Peja (Peć)
  • Deçan (Dečani)
  • Dragash (Dragaš)
  • Junik
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Detail of the stay : Kosovo, from south to west - 6 days

Day 1: Arrival in Pristinë/Priština.

Visit of the city centre and the old quarter where the mosques are located. Evening in the bars and clubs of the city to feel the festive atmosphere of the city.

Day 2: Wine Route

Discovery of the vineyard, and tastings, lunch in the cellars. Visit of Velika Hoca/ Hoca e Madhe. Evening in Prizren.

Day 3: Visit to the city of Prizren

Ascent to the fortress, visit the church of Bogorodica Ljeviška, the Sinan Pasha mosque, the Prizren League Museum, the Halveti tekke. Walk and coffee along the banks of the Lumbardh River.

Day 4: Escapade to Gjakova/Đakovica

Visit of Gjakova/Dakovica and Junik village. Evening in Gjakova/Dakovica or visit the Dragash/Dragaš region and evening in Prizren.

Day 5: In the far west of Kosovo

Visit to the monastery of Visoki Decani, and Pejë/Pec, including the Patriarchate and the Bajrakli Mosque.

Day 6: Return to Prishtinë/Priština

Go through the Drin Falls and the Mirusha Waterfall.

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