• Pick-up at your hotel/apartment in Prishtina
  • Professional Local Guide
  • Transport with air-conditioned car or van

Kosovo Tour

The combined tour of Kosovo will provide you with a rich experience of the Kosovo history (past and recent), religious and historical monuments, traditions, and beautiful landscapes on the way.

Prishtina City- Start the day with Pristina old city and then new city center: Visit to the Ethnological Museum in Prishtina, Sulltan Mehmet Fatih Mosque, Bazaar, NewBorn Monument, National Library and Sultan Murat Tomb.
Gracanica-  Tour continues with visit to Gracanica: Graçanica Orthodox Monastery (UNESCO site), and Ancient City of Ulpiana.
Prizren-  The tour concludes with a visit Prizren City: walking tour of old part of the town, the old stone Bridge, Sinan Pasha Mosque, Shadervan, Catholic Cathedral, Prizren Castle, Orthodox Monastery of Lady Levis (UNESCO site), visit to couple traditional handicraft – filigree shops in town.

Prishtina Tour

Prishtina is capital of Kosovo with 350 000-400 000 inhabitants, and also a University City with over 50 000 students from throughout the country. Pristina is a political, economic, cultural, and diplomatic center of Kosovo. It is very dynamic city, with bright and positive youth, with many cultural, arts, urban and sport events held in the town through the year.


Cultural and Historical tour (combined)

City center walk, National Library,  Mother Teresa Cathedral, Newborn Monument, Monument of brotherhood, old town - Bazaar, Stone Mosque,  Clock Tower, Sulltan Mehmet Fatih Mosque, Hamam, Ethnological Museum Outside of Prishtina city:  Sultan Murat Tomb (oldest ottoman building in Kosovo), Monument of Battle of Kosovo 1389; Gracanica Orthodox Monastery 1321 (UNESCO site), Ulpiana Ancient City (archeological park) Marble Cave in Gadime, visit to Bear Sanctuary Park to see about 20 brown bears

Prizren Tour

Prizren, situated in the south of Kosovo, is a beautiful and one of the oldest towns in Kosovo, known for its ancient history, the rich cultural and religious heritage, traditional handicraft shops, variety of festivals, film, music, art etc. It is the most multi-ethnic, multi religious and multicultural city of Kosovo.

Old Town:  Shadervan, Stone Bridge (dating from 16 century), Sinan Pasha Mosque, Catholic Cathedral and Orthodox Monastery.
Lady of Ljevisa UNESCO:  Lady of Ljevis Church, Hamam (Turkish public bath), Albanian League of Prizren (the most famous and visited historical museum)
Prizren Fortress:  Archaeological Museum, Fortress of Prizren, and Workshop of Silversmith Filigree – handicrafts.

Mitrovica-Recent History of Kosovo

Mitrovica, situated in the North of Kosovo, is the town that was badly affected by the 1999 Kosovo War. Following several ethnic tensions, in 2013, the city is officially divided in Mitrovica South (with Kosovo Albanian Majority) and North (with Kosovo Serbian majority), separated by river Ibri (Ibar), becoming a symbol of Kosovo's ethnic divisions – but yet, an interesting place to visit and see.


Battle of Kosovo:  Tour start with a visit of Monument of Battle of Kosovo of 1389 in Gazimestan and visit of Sulltan Murat Tomb Museum, where we get first information of Kosovo history.
Mitrovica city:  walking tour in the south and north of the city, Ibri river Bridge, Museum of Mitrovica, Museum of Crystals, City Mosque.
Prekaz War Memorial: story about Jashari family and their sacrifice for their country.


UNESCO sites reflect the Byzantine-Romanesque ecclesiastical culture, with its distinct style of wall painting, which developed in the Balkans between the 13th and 17th centuries.


Gracanica:  Ģracanica Orthodox Monastery XIV century.
Peja & Decan:  Patriarchate of Peja Monastery XIII century and Deçani Orthodox Monastery XIV century and Peja town. 
Prizren: Prizren Orthodox Monastery (Lady of Levish) XIV century and city walk in Prizren. 

Wine Tasting Tour

Rahovec is the center of wine production in Kosovo. Artifacts in the town of Rahovec trace the wine making in this region back to several thousand years, at least 2000. All vineyards of this area lie in hilly terrain at an altitude of 340 to 600 meters. The average 270 days of sunshine each year make Rahovec an ideal spot to produce fine wine. A wine festival takes place in Rahovec annually every September; dates vary each year

The tour includes visit to three wineries in Rahovec:

Stone Castle (huge winery the biggest one in the region) Bodrumi i vjeter – old Seller (a winery run by Hoxhijaha family), Winery in Velika Hoca (local wine produced by a small family).

Peja Tour

Peja is situated in the west of Kosovo, well known for the surrounding Rugova Mountains, Rugova Gorge and waterfalls, beautiful landscapes, the old part of the city, orthodox heritage/monuments, epic old songs played by Lute, great water and good beer.

Peja City: Regional Museum, Bazaar, Mosques, Kulla– traditional stone houses and Patriarchate of Peja (UNESCO site).
Rugova Valley: Rugova Gorge, Lumbardhi River, Zip-Line (optional) and beautiful landscapes.
Radavc: Drini Bardhe Waterfall, Sleeping Beauty Cave and Berdynaj Old Mill.

Gjakova & Deçani Tour

Gjakova is situated in the southwest of Kosovo, known for its oldest Grand Bazaar in Kosovo, founded in XVI century, and its famous old part of the town, laid in cabled stones. Gjakova has historically been known for its religious harmony, its traditional handicrafts such as ‘Plis’ the - national Albanian hat, wood-carving, silversmith, traditional textile.


Gjakova Old Town: Grand Bazaar, Hadum Mosque, Teke of Bektashi, Catholic Church, Traditional Handicraft shops, and old historical bridges.
Mirusha Waterfalls:Kosovo's most beautiful natural attraction.
Deçan: Visiting traditional stone houses called Kulla’s (describing the Albanian traditional lifestyle), the Orthodox Monastery (UNESCO site), beautiful landscapes of the mountains, Isniq village, Drenoc village, where you will get a chance to taste the natural Kosovo traditional food.


This tour includes visit to three touristic villages in Deçani Municipality, where you will get to see from close the village lifestyle in the traditional stone houses (Kullas). There you will be able to see and taste typical Kosovo tradition food, such as Flia, pies, and corn meals, homemade honey and cheeses complimented with dairy product specialties, mixed meat dishes and vegetables. 


Tour includes a visit to Isniq village, Drenoc village, village in Junik where you will be able to see from close the making of some of the traditional foods, and taste a variety of those.

Arts and Craft Tour

Silver workers from Kosovo are among the most famous masters mentioned even in the Ottoman Empire resources of the 16th century. The art objects made with filigree technique (using silver, gold, copper, amber and valuable stones) are worth seeing from close.


Pottery Makers:
Textile:  Visiting: Carpentry makers, Albanian national hat -Plis (an interesting process of making the Plis is introduced), and Textile handicraft makers/sowers visit.