Things to Do in Pristina

Things to Do in Pristina, Kosovo - Pristina Attractions

Things to Do in Pristina

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  • Alina M
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    The visit to Ethnological museum is a gift- the exibition is interesting, the entrace is free of charge and you are given a guided tour by one of the workers of the museum. You can show your appreciation by a voluntary donation. We managed to convince Ilir, the curator of the museum, to give us a guided tour of the city afterhours. It was great, highly proffesional and with a personal story. I recommend both the visit to the museum and (if you are lucky) the tour of Prishtina.
    Written July 14, 2022
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  • Jim H
    Chisinau, Moldova3,067 contributions
    Nice size, wooded park with activities and cafes. The park contains a swimming pool, amphitheater, volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts, walking trails w/ benches, children's playgrounds, and a fresh water spring you can drink from. The pool is pretty cool- designed like a lake and has a slide. There are two cafes available.
    Written February 24, 2020
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  • windytravel79
    Budapest, Hungary1,339 contributions
    Actually it is not a real cathedral, it is the national library - although it really looks like a cathedral.
    A magazine has choose this building into the 10 worst looking buildings - from the outside it is really interesting and does not fit into the landskape. From inside I could not see it.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • windytravel79
    Budapest, Hungary1,339 contributions
    Meaning is the New Born of a country. At the birthday of Kosovo they thange the subject every year - in 2022 the topic is the violance against women.
    Good photo topic, but not very attractive. But everybody see the place.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • TJulian
    Europe235 contributions
    A great mall!
    Without a doubt, ALBI Mall has everything you need or are looking for.
    An impressive selection of stores, brands, and products.
    A great size (4-5 floors of shopping) but very easy to navigate.
    Easily, one of the best mall food courts in the Balkans; a very American type of food court.
    Actually, a very American style mall.
    Easily accessible from any hotel in the city, with the bus line passing directly at the mall.
    The mall is even easily accessible from hotels outside the city as it is situated on the main highway.
    A great shopping experience that brings locals, travelers, and top brands together for a common experience.
    A 'must' for any/every visit to Pristina.
    Written August 23, 2020
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  • stevebintley
    Bedford, UK5,929 contributions
    Located in a busy area of the city and on a popular intersection of road, it’s hard to recommend this as a place to relax, but there are some spots to sit. The statue itself is nice and there’s the big banner on the wall of the building behind, making it clear where you are and reminding of the history the city has. Nothing overly special other than the significant is has in terms of the cities history and worth passing by given it’s in the centre.
    Written August 14, 2022
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  • leffex
    Pietarsaari, Finland2,427 contributions
    I also visited the huge Imperial Mosque also known as is an Ottoman mosque located in Pristina, Kosovo. It was open, so I took my shoes off and went in. It is very nice inside. It was built in 1461 by Sultan Mehmet II Fatih. The mosque was declared a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990 by the Republic of Serbia. During the Austro-Turkish wars, at the end of the 17th century, it was temporarily turned into a Catholic church. One of the most prominent Albanian writers, Pjetër Bogdani, also an active leader of the pro-Austrian rebels, was buried here. After the Ottomans regained control, in 1690, the bones of Pjetër Bogdani were exhumed and thrown into the street by the Ottoman soldiers.
    Written September 21, 2019
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  • Emrcn
    Istanbul, Turkey110 contributions
    This statue is located prishtina center. There was near the national building.Moreover there was most of the mother-child statutes in state.
    Written July 25, 2022
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  • JoelLado
    Brussels, Belgium179 contributions
    Semi-interesting small museum, which was free to enter. Here you can see the famous Terracotta figure of the goddess on the throne. If you have extra time you should check the museum out.
    Written April 2, 2022
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  • TJulian
    Europe235 contributions
    While the cave is not very large, it has everything you expect to see in a cave.
    Some very interesting formations. The cave itself is a wonder that it is still in existence, as you can see the walls are literally tons of marble, granite, and even some coal.
    The entrance fee was only 2 euros, and due to the COVID-19 issues, there were no guided tours. However, an employee at my hotel (Dritan at Four Points Sheraton) took me and provided me a personal guided tour which was very well done.
    The cave is very refreshing on a hot summer day, especially in August.
    Weirdly, one corridor in the cave, which had its own separate secured exit, was very infested with insects, but we would not have known that had we not ventured down it (actually it was probably off-limits).
    It will only take an hour to experience every part of the cave.
    Unfortunately, during my visit the lights were not that bright, so I was not able to take pictures, but the other pictures on TA are very accurate.
    It was worth the visit.
    Written September 1, 2020
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  • Tissa.travels
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands2,202 contributions
    Large market that is interesting enough to walk through. Lots of fruit and lots of junk. North of city center and main pedestrian street.
    Written September 3, 2021
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  • windytravel79
    Budapest, Hungary1,339 contributions
    Mother Tereza was born in Skopje, but she has a very great respect both in Albania and Kosovo. She has a statue almost in every cities.
    This one is on the main walking street, not easy to recognize but nice to see.
    Written May 1, 2022
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  • Dramabahama
    Pristina, Kosovo155 contributions
    A good way to keep children entertained for a few hours. Good exhibits and very attentive staff. Lovely cafe.
    Written March 2, 2019
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  • Hevsy
    Egham, UK3,015 contributions
    This is an interesting memorial with a lot of history associated with it. You can climb to the top but there are lots of difficult stairs and the view is not worth it when you get to the top
    Written November 12, 2019
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  • Pleurat H
    17 contributions
    For our country this is second largest in Prishtina. It has some good brands on it and there are few restaurants and coffe shops. It is nice to visit it in weekends and in when there are special discounts.
    Written August 3, 2016
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