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Pristina-The youngest capital in Europe

Art, Culture, & Historical
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Start your Kosovo travels in Pristina, the cosmopolitan capital. No trip to Balkans is complete without a visit youngest capital-Pristina.

Pristina has its fair share of wonderful museums and monuments too. The most iconic is the Newborn Monument, which changes its face every year and has become a symbol of Kosovo, and the National Library, famously dubbed the ‘world’s weirder building’.

Cathedral of Mother Teresa, historic mosques, and the open-air produce market.

Enjoy a walking tour around

12:00 AM

Meeting Point

At your hotel

08:30 AM

At your hotel

I'll pick you up at your hotel.

09:00 AM

Cathedral of Mother Teresa

First cathedral for Mother Teresa is consecrated in Kosovo.Twenty years after the death of St. Teresa of Calcutta, thousands of Christians and Muslims came together to celebrate the consecration, in her name, of this nation's first Roman Catholic cathedral.

St. Teresa Cathedral is also the only one in the world dedicated to the Albanian saint, who spent most of her life working in the slums of India.

09:30 AM

National Library

The National Library in Pristina, Kosovo was designed by Croatian architect Andrija Mutnjakovic and opened in 1982. The library, with its 99 small domes, was supposed to be the focal point of the complex of university buildings.

10:00 AM

New Born Monument

The Newborn has received many different faces over the last 15 years since Kosovo declared independence from Serbia, which the latter refuses to recognize. Originally built in 2008 by Fisnik Ismaili, it was then painted bright yellow. The monument is located in the centre of the capital, in the area known as the Palace of Youth and Sports, and attracts visitors from all over the country and abroad.

10:30 AM

Mother Teresa Statue - Oral History Kosovo

A Peace Nobelist of Albanian descent, Mother Teresa was a Roman Catholic nun and missionary. Sculpted in bronze, the Mother Teresa statue was unveiled in Pristina’s main square named after her in 2002. The statue was sculpted by a trio of sculptors. The statue deploys Christian iconography and is meant to communicate Mother Teresa’s weltschmerz, while the figure of the child emerging from her drapery represents the less fortunate of the world.

11:00 AM

George Kastrioti Skanderbeg Square

George Kastrioti Skanderbeg (1405–1468), widely known simply as Skanderbeg, was a fifteenth-century Albanian nobleman. Albania and Kosovo considers Skanderbeg as its national hero, reason enough to give his equestrian statue a prominent place in its capital, Pristina and Tirana.

11:30 AM

Monument to Brotherhood & Unity

After the announcement of national competition in Yugoslavia in 1959 for building a monument, which would commemorate fallen soldiers in "National Liberation War"/Second World War in Pristina, the monument was built in 1961 according to the conceptual solution of the sculptor Miodrag Zivkovic. It was built at the central square in Pristina, which then had the same name as the monument itself - Square of Brotherhood and Unity, but due to NATO interventions in 2000/01, name of the square was changed into Adem Jasari Square.

12:00 PM

Kosovo Museum

This pretty ocher-painted villa housing the Kosovo Museum was built by Austrians for the Turkish army in 1898, and was used by the Yugoslav national army until 1975. The museum used to have a rich collection of prehistoric objects uncovered in Kosovo - these were all spirited off to Belgrade just before the troubles started in 1998, and hundreds of archaeological finds and ethnographic items yet have to be returned.

12:30 PM

Sultan Mehmet Fatih Mosque

Considered one of the most beautiful Ottoman mosques built in Europe, the Fatih Sultan Mehmed Mosque is the largest in Pristina. Moreover, it is the centerpiece of the social complex of the Fatih Sultan Mehmed, which included the Fatih Hamam, that is located in the concavity beside the Mosque and a madrasah that does not stand anymore. The inscription at the entrance states 1461, the year in which the mosque was built.

01:00 PM

Ethnographic Museum

A lovely traditional 18th century house set in a walled complex with several other buildings is the only original building left in the old bazaar area. Once owned by Emin Gjiku, a nickname for Emin Gjinolli, whose family owned the house, the complex was turned into a museum in 2006. Complex is telling about the traditional architecture typical for the region, and showing the separate guest and family parts of the house that are filled with exhibits on clothing, birth and burial rituals, handicrafts and more.


02:00 PM

At your hotel

I'll leave you at your hotel at the end of the tour.

Ending Point

At your hotel

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Tour Important Information

• Several places we will visit do not accept credit cards, so please bring cash.

• This tour involves a lot of walking, so make sure to wear comfortable shoes.

• The museum is closed on Mondays


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