Kosovo borders Albania to the west, Montenegro to the north west, Macedonia to the south, and Serbia. If you are interested in more than just seeing beautiful mountains and ancient ruins on your vacation to ‘the region’, Kosovo strongly recommends itself.

The four Serbian Orthdox church complexes that make up UNESCO World Heritage Site of Medieval Monuments in Kosovo – three monasteries, in towns of Gračanica, Peja/Peć and Dečani, and the Church of Our Lady of Ljeviš in the city of Prizren. There are also many more Orthodox monuments of importance throughout the region.

Hospitality as a sacred duty – anywhere out of the cities you will be welcomed into people’s homes and treated royally.

Beautiful countryside for walking with wonderful wild flowers. Nightlife and cafe culture in Prishtina, with the buzz that comes from Europe’s youngest population.

You’ll get a first hand view of more than 6 different cultures (Albanian, Serb, Roma, Ashkalia, Bosniak, and Turkish).