There are lousy drivers everywhere in the world, but what seems to separate Kosovo traffic from other places is an outright criminal disregard for road safety rules, turning a reasonably manageable driving gamble into a lethal exercise.
Nestled below the Rugova mountains, residents of Kosovo’s fourth largest town beckon visitors with a great mix of culture, history, and outdoor-activities.
Short answer: You need a Serbian stamp less than three months old.
Kosovo: ancient churches, Saudi mosques, good coffee and a pizza pie of ethnic groups. The biggest attraction of this Balkan heartland? It’s so normal it’s boring.
Prishtina Insight spent three days traversing southern Kosovo with a simple mission: to find interesting people and places, and to tell their stories.