Hi. I am going to Pristona for 5 days from 17-22. april (dates are not 100 % confirmed yet, workrelated) and since it is my first time, I was wondering if there is anyone in here, who lives in Pristina, who would like to take me around the town some day. I would like to see some cultural/tourist attractions but also the night life.
can you travel from kosovo to germany by train or bus ?
if yes can u explain how ,
Is there any place you can buy Nike Air Jordan ?
What is the earliest and latest bus from pristina to decani? is there a direct bus or do i have to stopover, en if i do, where do i stopover best?
Hi! I will only have a day to visit Pristina from Skopje, I wanted to go to Decani Monastery but it's too far away, instead I will go to the Gracanica Monastery,
I've read it's 15 minutes from Pristina to get there, is that true? i haven't found exact information about it, such as where to take the bus, from bus station? schedule, price etc etc
Can anyone help me please? Also what places are a must in Pristina that I can perfectly cover from 11am to 5pm.
Thanks in advance!
Btw, is it true also about gypsies in the rock bridge?, I've read they steal your things ...
Where and what time i can get the bus from Podgorica or Herceg Novi? Is there anything i have to know?
i have iranian passport and i want come in pristina for 2 weekes in juli,how i get the visa in airport pristina ??
thanks for answer
I'm looking for a bus that goes from Podgorica to Prishtina in the morning.
And also I want to know how much do they usually costs.
sorry for so many questions... :-/
I am planning also going from Belgrade to Pristina, in Kosovo, by bus. Do you know there might be any problem? I know that it's difficult sometimes to get Belgrade from Pristina, but I am not sure about the other way.
Many, many thanks again!
I am possibly getting a job in Pristina in the next month or two and I am looking for any and all information!!
First what areas should I look for an apartment? I am going to be a female living alone so safety is a concern but I would like to be walking distance to groceries, a gym, and mature night life (i.e NOT clubs but restaurants, wine bars and cultural venues)and if possible work (UN).
Second what is the best way to get around town? I love biking but I hear traffic can be dangerous?
Thirdly rent or buy a car?
Fourth is there a place to take horse back riding lessons any where near Pristina? I am a fairly advanced rider (own horses and play polo in the US)
Fifth I would like to find a gym with a pool and a track?
Sixth a salon for nails and hair?
Seventh should I bring or buy my bedding, winter wear etc and if buy there where is the best places to do so?
Eighth is there any thing like Craigslist or place to buy or shop for used items, apts etc?
I am sure I will have a million more questions and that this post may make me seem silly but I like to be prepared as possible when traveling. Thanks in advance for any insight from those of you who have or are there now
Does anyone have any up to date details about bus or train travel for this route in early August, please?
Me and my friend are coming to Pristina in July.
Are there any direct buses from Pristina to Podgorica or Kotor and what time is it? Also we need the information if it is daily, how long does this trip take and how much does it cost?
We may think about going via Shokodra or from Prizren? What else if there is not any direct buses?
Me and my friend are coming to Pristina directly from İstanbul-Turkey in July and found a bus from Pristina to Belgrade. We normally don't need a visa to enter Serbia. We can't be sure about something, hope to find somebody to answer this who have a experience these times.
Do we still have any problems going Belgrade via Pristina? Logically, it doesn't make sense, because there is a bus from Pristina to Belgrade. (Adios Tour)
So, should we have the Kosovo stamp on an other paper, or is it a problem if it's on our passport, because it's so obvious that the bus is coming from Kosovo. Also, do you know where the bus are going to Belgrade? From Merdare?
The Kosovo Ambassy in Ankara said us it is a better choice. Please help us, we need to be sure. Thank you.
Hello,a indian friend student doctor is coming to Pristina.She's got invitation from hotel where staying & papers from Pristina to prove she will intern there.
a.If she takes flight from UAE-Turkey-Pristina route will get visa on arrival in Pristina?
b.as above will be allowed to enter Pristina(she'll be in Pristina not travel anywhere else & cant say to cancel shes to be in Pristina).
Kindly please reply asap
thank you kindly
We may be moving to Pristina and I am looking for information. I already know the city but I would like some more information, if possible, on international schools and also on which might be good neighbourhoods to live (for a family with young children). I'm under the impression that there is a lot of traffic there, and I will need to be at work at 8h00 so I'm not sure it's a good decision to go live very far from the city centre... My children will be 8 and 3 by the time we move. Any help is welcome.
I want to travel on August from Serajeno to Skopje with my motorbike and I want to know if it is safe to pass from Kosovo?
Does anyone know the bus schedule for the route Pristina to Ohrid? Any bus travel contact telephone number or a website would also be appreciated.
I'll be spending half a day in Pristina and since I'm a postcard lover, I'd like to send some postcards from there. Could you please tell me where to buy stamps and postcards, where the post office is located, if it works on Saturdays.
If you know the stamp price for Europe and outside Europe, that'd be helpful too.
Anybody has had any experience with sending mail from Kosovo?
Any help would be appreciated, thank you!
We are currently in Prizren in Kosovo and we would like to travel by train from Pristina to Skopje, but I must admit that it is difficult to find information about the timetable of this railway connection.
At least I know that the train station of Pristina is way out of the city centre.
Any help is much appreciated.
from all what i have, i believe that there is a bus service from pristina to podgorica in afternoon and one in the night. could anyone give me the link to any website for advance booking the bus trip? also, could you please tell me the cost of travel of the same?
I will be visiting Pristina for a couple of days and then leaving to Zagreb for a concert on June 21 and 22. What is the best way to travel from Pristina to Zagreb? I'm interested in finding out the time length of the trip and a rough estimate of what it will cost, thanks!
Hello myself and a group of friends will be in the area the start of June.
I would greatly appreciate if anyone had information i.e. times of buses going from Pristina to Podgorica.
It will be a Sunday that we wish to travel between these 2 cities.
I am moving to Pristina for a 5-6 month internship starting from next week. Could you please give me some tips where I could find announcements about rooms and apartments for rents in Pristina? I found this site: http://www.prishtinaproperty.com, but I need something rather smaller and not too expensive (if possible less than 300 euros).
Thank you in advance
I`ve been to ulcinj a couple of times in the past, catching the night bus from Prishtina and was wondering how much the cost of a return ticket for an adult and a child would be these days? does anybody know? And am i able to book bus tickets from the uk?
Many thanks if you can help.
I'm hoping to visit Pristina in July (after travelling via Belgrade & Skopje).
After Pristina I wish to go to Tirana. I think I have seen somewhere that the road between Pristina & Tirana has been improved and is now much better, and that the journey can be done in about 4 hours by bus. Can anyone confirm that this is the case? Is there a good direct bus service between these two cities?
Also is my plan to do Belgrade-Skopje-Pristina-Tirana a good one, or would I be better going Belgrade-Pristina-Skopje-Tirana?
I will be making my first visit to Kosovo in may and wish to understand any issues of safety concerning Pristina and the overland bus route in from Macedonia.
Is there any border hassle?
Are their any problems with ethnicities at the current time?
Do enyone know when i have bus from Pristina to Skoplje..I mast go to Skoplje but i can not fnd enywhere when i have bus..please if someone knows for that line answer me quickly because i must be there to 30 november..please.
thank you in advance.
I am a Ghanaian and currently planing a trip to Pristian kosovo,i will arrival at the pristian airport on December 7 and will like to spend all the Christmas holidays in europe..Since i don't have a kosovo resident permit will i be allowed to cross the borders to Montenegro, Bosnia-Hercegovina and Croatia.and also which will be the best means,train or bus?.please someone let me know?
will i be ask to get the VISA of each country from the borders or maybe i will be ask to pay some money..this is my first time so i will like to know all these first..Thank you and will wait to read from someone..
I'm going to be working in Pristina for a few months, and wondered where it's possible to get away for the weekend. I don't mind overnight bus or train travel, and would in fact prefer it if it helps me get somewhere far away between 6pm Friday and 9am Monday! So how far can I get and still have time to explore my destination?
I've checked wikitravel, which gave great information on travel within the immediate area
but would be thrilled if anyone had experience going farther, to Bucharest or Ljubljana, or...?
I would very much appreciate an up-to-date info, if there is a bus / minibus connection from Nis to Pristina? I am planning to travel in September. If someone has any idea of timetables or how long the journey takes, I would be most grateful for the information!