Prishtina Insight’s guide for where to eat, stay, and explore in Shkoder, Albania.
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.