A stark comparison between the social, political and economic development of Ukraine and Kosovo brings to light the EU’s asymmetric policies on visa liberalizat...
Prishtina Insight’s new photo essay examines the footprints left across Kosovo by NATO’s bombing campaign, two decades after its initiation.
Kosovo extend their exceptional record on the football pitch, holding Denmark to 2-2 draw in a warm up match before Euro 2020 qualification begins on Monday.
The new co-head of Kosovo’s negotiating team with Serbia has changed his colors so often that many analysts fear the once popular activist has lost his former credibility.
Pallati i Rinise
Hidden behind the Newborn monument and just a stone’s throw away from the Fadil Vokrri Stadium lies the Japanese restaurant SushiCo. Opened on March 4, Prishtina’s third sushi restaurant is already receiving presidential acclaim. Hashim Thaci himself has tasted the many choices on SushiCo’s broad menu twice, the waiters told us, watching over the city from his own private dining room upstairs. Almost out of view, in between the trees, a set of stairs painted with pink blossoms lead to the main entrance on the first floor. Although the grey, concret...
> A refreshing addition to the Prishtina’s culinary and cultural scene, Menza Ramiz Sadiku brings to life an old 1960s canteen with contemporary interior design, a seasonally-inspired menu and locally sourced produce.
> Hike up into Sunny Hill for some morning exercise and decent breakfast with ambiance at Vertigo Home.
> Hannah and Friends makes for a stylish stop off for wine, snacks or a refreshment before you continue your stroll through Tokbashqe Park.