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Cheap flights from Kosovo

A landlocked country in the central Balkan Peninsula, Kosovo is bordered by the Republic of Macedonia and Albania to the south, Montenegro to the west, and Serbia to the north and east. A partially recognised state in Southeastern Europe, Kosovo declared independence from Serbia in February 2008 as the Republic of Kosovo. However, Serbia still claims it as its own Autonomous Province of Kosovo and Metohija, while also recognising Kosovo's governance of the territory. Kosovo's capital and largest city is Pristina.

 

Where to go

Bask into the beauty that is Kosovo and get to know its three main metros which make it interesting, vibrant, and upbeat. The first city and the capital, Pristina, is the largest metro in the country, and is the administrative centre of Kosovo. It is home to various educational and cultural centres as well, and is home to the University of Pristina, the premier university in the country. Several sights can be seen from the city, such as the Newborn monument, the Kosovo government building, the Skanderbeg monument, the Germia Park, and the Mother Teresa Square. Moreover, the second city and probably the more picturesque destination is Prizren. Prizren shines with post-independence euphoria, and is quickly becoming a major tourism destination in the country. From here, visit a handful of destinations including the Ethnological Museum, and a few gourmet places such as the Arasta and Ambient. Last but certainly not the least, Peja, also known as Pec, is the third largest city in the country and one that is flanked by sites vital to Orthodox Serbians. With a Turkish-style bazaar at its heart and the beautiful Rugova Mountains all around it, the city is another diverse and progressive place that is just about ready to rock the tourism scene in the country along with Prizren. 

 

Discover the otherworldly wonders of Europe's key cities from Kosovo and out and be taken aback by its unique beauty. Check on Paris, Brussels, Zurich, Vienna, and Gothenburg; enjoy the multitude of museums, food, and sights, culture, traditions, and other novelties. 

 

Currently, airports in Kosovo only fly to short haul international destinations. All destinations from the Pristina International Airport, the capital's airport, is directed to cities in Europe and a few seasonal short

haul destinations to the Middle East, which – by proximity – is quite near the region. For travellers looking for long haul destinations, it is suggested that they fly out of Kosovo into major international hubs such that of Frankfurt, Brussels, Paris, and Vienna, then fly to destinations to the Americas, Asia, Africa, and even Australia from there. 

 

How to get out

The Pristina International Airport is the main international airport of Kosovo found in the capital Pristina. It is the only airport providing commercial service in Kosovo, as the other two either serve as general aviation and military airports. The airport serves various international destinations within Europe, and is the primary point of entry when going to Kosovo. When travelling in or out of Kosovo, make sure to check on the prevailing rules and regulations in the country as they have set a few laws as regards to travel, especially when venturing with its neighbouring country, Serbia. Serbia and Kosovo have had a little rift since Kosovo's declaration of independence, so it is just right to note that travelling in and out of the country should be threaded lightly and cautiously. Airlines that fly to and from the destination include Adria Airways, Air Bucharest, Air Mediterranee, Austrian Airlines, Belair, and many others. For the cheapest flights flying out of Kosovo, check out Skyscanner. Skyscanner is an online resource of the cheapest flights from over 600 airlines worldwide.     

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