I've got 2 questions:
-Is it possible to cross from Kosovo to Montenegro?
-Where can I learn whether Turkish citizens need visas or not for Kosovo and Montenegro? As for as I know, the answer is no but I want to be sure in any case.
Thanks in advance.
I would like to stay in a Kulla in one of the towns outside Pristina, particularly in Prizren. Has anyone any first hand experience of these?
Is there a way of getting to Montenegro from Pristina in an absense of a private vehicle?
I have found the following on the net which has implications for our trip next week:
"WARNING - Serbian border police will stamp your passport when you enter Serbia. If you travel to Kosovo by crossing the Serbia / Kosovo boundary you will not get a Serbian exit stamp, so you must go back the way you came and leave Serbia via a recognised border crossing point - e.g. Belgrade airport. That is the only way of getting a matching pair of Serbian entry and exit stamps in your passport."
We are planning to travel by train from Belgrade to Pristina, then on to Macedonia for a few days before returning on the direct train from Skopje to Belgrade which doesn't go through Kosovo.
Are we going to be able to do this or will we run into problems?
This Question has probably been ask a thousand times before, but : is it safe to travel to/through Kosovo at the present time. I'm planning to go to Montenegro in August and wanted to drive down to Montenegro first and then on to southern Bulgaria. Looking at my map the shortest and only viable route (without having to take a huge detour) is via Kosovo. So : is it possible to drive through Kosovo, and what would be the best route and what are the regulations ?
I will be travelling to Kosovo, albania, greece and maybe turkey.
I will be arriving in Kosovo on the 29th December, 2006 looking for some clean and cheap accomodation for a few days.
Any good places to celebrate New Years Eve. I will be travelling by myself.
Any hints and tips would be most appreciated