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Price:

  • 555 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 7 participants
  • 570 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 6 participants
  • 590 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 5 participants
  • 610 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 4 participants
  • 660 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 3 participants
  • 690 Euro per person sharing a double or twin room for a minimum of 2 participants
  • 1350 Euro for 1 participant
  • Supplement single supplement of a double room will be 140 Euro

Note: For groups over 7 person prices on request -  info@tours-albania.com 

Itineraries

Day 1

Pristina Airport – Prizren

Meet with our representative at Pristina Airport and transfer to Prizren one of the most beautiful towns in Kosovo where we will overnight for 2 nights. Overnight in Prizren Hotel Centrum

Day 2

Prizren

After breakfast starts visiting Prizren, also called, “the city of the 50 mosques”, we will head to the castle. This fortress is also known as the "Prizren Crown" because just like a crown, it surrounds the hill overlooking the city. From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of this picturesque city, whose skyline stretches between numerous mosques, minarets mixed with churches, houses, and Turkish baths. After the visit to the castle, we will continue to the heart of the city, entering the Sinan Pasha Mosque, the largest and most visited mosque in the city. Sinan Pasha Mosque was built in 1615 by Sofi Sinan Pasha, a politician in the Ottoman administration, with river stones and the remains of the previous Church of Sant'Arcangelo. Today the building has been restored and it is considered to be one of the largest religious and cultural monuments in the city. Leaving the mosque, your guide will take you to visit the League of Prizren, a historic building from the 1800s that became famous for being the seat of the league with the same name, built to defend the rights of the Albanian nation. Today, there you can find the Ethnographic Museum, which exposes collected pieces at the time of the Ottoman invasion. Our guided tour of Prizren Kosovo ends with a visit to St. Ljeviš Cathedral. You will only be able to see the exterior of this building since it has been closed for renovation after the serious damage received in 2004. This 14th-century church is a unique building that holds its sad history and you will be able to see its amazing architectural style. free time to enjoy your shopping in the traditional shops and souvenir kiosks. Overnight in Prizren. Hotel Centrum

Day 3

Prizren – Rahovec – Decan – Gjakova

After breakfast ahead lays a great day of discovery of some of Kosovo’s most important monuments. We start with a visit to the “Bodrumi i Vjeter” winery for a tour of Kosovo’s oldest winery and a taste of some of its best wines. Afterward, proceed to the beautiful Mirusha waterfalls for a peek at Kosovo’s wonderful natural landscape. Next is the Monastery complex of Decani considered the largest medieval church in the Balkans containing the most extensive beautifully preserved fresco decorations, deservingly becoming part of UNESCO. The catholicon has striking similarities to a roman catholic church made by its Franciscan monk architect, Fra Vita, from the Montenegrin town of Kotor heavily influenced by Venice architectural style. After the visit proceeds to Gjakova which comes next, has a Grand Bazaar thought to be the oldest in Kosovo also known as Ҫarshi, full of old houses & shops, a Turkish Bathhouse and the 16th century Hadum Aga Mosque. Overnight in Gjakova in the old quarter. Hotel 4*

Day 4

Gjakova – Peja – Prekaz – Vushtrri – Mitrovica – Pristina

After breakfast continues to visit another very important religious complex, the Patriarchate of Peja constructed in the XIII century. It is composed of three small churches with beautiful frescoes. For its architectural and cultural values, it represents, is part of the UNESCO-protected Medieval Monuments of Kosovo. After visiting the complex we continue on to Vushtrri to visit the old castle in the middle of town and the old Stone Bridge. Kosovo has been for centuries a land of contrasts something which has been reflected in a troubled history ancient and recent. A testimony to this is the monumental complex of the Jashari family, at Prekaz, in honor of this family which in the recent 1999 conflict resisted till self-sacrifice of all members to give ethnic Albanian’s, a majority population in Kosovo the chance of self-determination. Further north in Mitrovica we visit the fittingly named “Bridge of division” which separates the Albanian population from the Serbian one, a testimony to the still-fragile peace. Continue to the capital Pristina, where just before arriving we visit the symbolic grave of Sultan Murad I, and the monument of Battle of Kosovo dedicated to the glorified battle of 1389 between a Balkan Alliance forces led by Serbian Prince Lazar against an Ottoman army led by Sultan Murad I. We arrive in Pristina the capital where after checking in we take a quick orientation walk through the main pedestrian area, the “Mother Teresa” Square, the National Library, and the “New Born” monument which symbolizes the birth of this new state. Overnight in Pristina.

Day 5

Pristina – Airport

After breakfast, free time at your leisure/ Transfer to Prishtina Airport-end of the services

  • Transfers from and to Airport
  • All the transfers with modern a/c vehicles/throughout the tour
  • Experienced English, German, French, Italian, Russian, Polish. Speaking tour guide/driver (separate driver and guide only for 7 or more participants)
  • Accommodation for 5 nights in good 4* hotels, with breakfast
  • All taxes
  • Flight Tickets
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Travel Insurance
  • Gratuities/Tip to Driver/Guide
  • Entrance fees (approx. 35 Euro pp)

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