Take our cheap flights to Pristina and fly to a city that is vibrant and bustling and rapidly moving and chaotic in all the right ways. The architecture style doesn’t match, the rush of traffic always dominates the roads, there are always foreigners here but all these things add up to the unique charm that the city presents. Where the centre of the city is saturated with international restaurants and cafés, the quaint hillside neighbourhoods silently sit on the fringes of the city. Take our cheap flights to Pristina and visit the Ethnographic Museum, housed in two exquisite ottoman houses enclosed in a large walled garden. Take a trip to the Independence House of Kosovo, a small house dedicated to the former president Ibrahim Rugova and the recent independence movement. Walk up to the Clock Tower which dates back to the 19th century and is 26 metres high. Visit the National Gallery of Kosovo and study the contemporary art the museum hosts along with the annual exhibition for the Muslim Milliqi Prize. So fly with us with our cheap flights to Pristina, and ensure for yourself a stress free and relaxing trip as all the arduous and cumbersome tasks will be our responsibility to handle.
Visit the National Gallery of Kosovo where the museum hosts contemporary art along with the annual exhibition for the Muslim Milliqi Prize.
Take a trip to Independence House of Kosovo dedicated to the former president Ibrahim Rugova and the recent independence movement of Kosovo.
Visit the Museum of Kosovo that has recently gone through a full renovation, the main museum of the city has exhibitions spanning three floors with an eclectic array of collections.
Take a trip to the Ethnographic Museum housed within two wonderfully preserved Ottoman houses which have been enclosed within a large walled garden.
Marvel or be bewildered by the architectural phenomenon that is the National Library, built by Croatian Andrija Mutnjakovic in 1982.
Walk up to one of the most famous attractions of the city, the Clock Tower which dates back to the 19th century and is 26 metres high.
It is the capital and the largest city of Kosovo.
Pristina is the educational, administrative, and cultural centre of Kosovo.
It is the largest communications centre of media in the country.
Football is the most popular sport in the city.
The National theatre in the city is the only public theatre in Kosovo.