Kosovo has to be the Balkan’s best kept secret, full of welcoming locals who are more than willing to share their country’s unique crossroad of cultures and way of life with those wishing to experience it.
From the modern, vibrant and bustling streets of Pristina to the more traditional and authentic cobbles of Prizren, you can soak up Kosovo’s rich and varied history through its many mosques, monasteries and museums.
If you are an adventure lover, you'll appreciate the surrounding wild and rugged landscapes. The Peaks of the Balkans with their snow-capped mountains and glistening lakes are perfect for hiking, skiing and off-road biking.
After a visit to the bear sanctuary that is nestled deep in the forest, the mesmerising Gadimë marble caves or the stunning Mirusha waterfalls for a quick dip, you’ll be more than ready to taste the delights Gjakova has to offer — famed for providing the very best of Kosovo’s Balkan and Mediterranean fusion dishes.