Residents and visitors that have been climbing the peaks of the Mokna mountains near Istog for years hope that interest in tourism in the area grows, and more people will be able to experience the unique beauty of this lesser known hiking hotspot.
Tasty, affordable and right in the heart of the city, Mexican American inspired fast food spot Mucho offers classic tacos, burritos and bowls perfect for a quick takeaway lunch in Prishtina.
Imbued with mysticism and folklore by the locals in the area, the ruins of the town of Gjytet in Vushtrri make for the perfect day trip, a rare chance to see an abandoned human settlement in Kosovo, dating back to the Neolithic era, that nature has reclaimed.
The stunning 192-kilometre-long ‘Peaks of the Balkans’ hiking trail is an unforgettable trek through the idyllic mountainous regions of Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania.
A delightfully cosy eating spot with a few culinary surprises, restaurant Amaro offers the Mexican-Albanian cuisine you didn’t know you were looking for.
Looking for somewhere cosy to celebrate during the holidays? Check out Comandante Marcos, Prishtina’s popular new Mexican restaurant, serving up tacos, tequila and capitalist commodification of an anti-imperialist hero.
A hidden gem in Prishtina’s old town, Te Aga has been a popular dining spot serving a simple yet faultless menu for more than a decade.
Thoughtful and fresh, Nosh Falafel’s do-it-yourself salad bar and vegetarian-centered fast food menu offers a range of delicious and affordable lunch choices, and a few tasty surprises as well.
Look no further than Te Muja, an unassuming yet must-try restaurant in Prishtina’s center, for a mouth watering home-cooked dining experience.