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[Prishtina Travel] Getting in Pristina

[Prishtina Travel] Getting in Pristina

[Prishtina Travel] – Get in Pristina By plane

The easiest way to get to Pristina is by plane. There are direct flights to Pristina International Airport from London, Zurich, Geneva, Gothenburg, Copenhagen , Vienna, Hamburg, Hannover, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Stuttgart, Bremen, Verona, Ljubljana, Budapest, Tirana, Istanbul and Oslo. There are low-budget flights to Pristina from Liege, Belgium and with Easyjet from Switzerland. There are cheap connecting flights via Tirana and Ljubljana, but also from most of German airports.  Check Airkosova for best fares.

Also, Skopje International Airport is 110 km away (two hours).  The bus to Pristina from Skopje takes about two hours and costs €5 (€5.50 with the bus station’s fee). The last bus from Skopje to Pristina leaves at 18:10; from Pristina to Skopje at 17:00.

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If you arrive at Pristina airport – small, haphazard but recently modernized and efficient in a Balkan kind of way – you should get from the plane to the outside world within 15 minutes. The city center is about 15 minutes away by car along the closest thing to a good road in Kosova. The many taxi drivers outside the airport will quote you €15-30 for the trip but will happily be haggled down to €10.

[Prishtina Travel] – Get in Pristina By bus

From Albania, there are several daily direct bus connections to Pristina, from Tirana and Durres. From. There are also direct bus links from most cities in Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Turkey, Macedonia, Bosnia, and Montenegro. From Podgorica in Montenegro there are at least two night buses (9pm and 10pm, approx 5 1/2 hrs) that run via Peja €16.

There is one bus every night that runs from Pristhina to Ulcinj, Montenegro with stops in Peja, Prodgorica and Bari. The buses leave at 7pm from both Pristhina and Ulcinj. The trips is 20 euros round trip and take 9 hours.

From Skopje in Macedonia there are 8 buses per day at 10 past the hour. It is supposed to take 1.5 hours, but we took 3 hours due to traffic! It costs only 320 MKD (just over €5)

The Prishtina bus station is quite a safe place to await sunrise.

From Serbia there are several direct buses from Belgrade (6 hours, 1 day bus & 2 night busses), run by Kosovo companies, cost less than €20, stops depending on the route in Niš or Kruševac. There are twice daily mini-buses from Niš, they cost 600 dinars (about $10) and the guys at Niš Hostel will help you get in contact with organizers, even if you aren’t sleeping there, as it is necessary to book in advance. If entering direct from Serbia, be aware that you need to leave by the same way that you came in so that you get Serbian entry/exit stamps .

There is also a bus service from Sarajevo (via Novi Pazar; Buy ticket to Novi Pazar on 10pm bus, the bus continues to Prishtina, tickets available onboard); the trip lasts around 12 hours and costs around €20.

[Prishtina Travel] – Get in Pristina by train

There are trains which travel from Macedonia and Serbia to Pristina. These take long to get there.  Check Kosovo Railway

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