While visiting Kosovo, one gets a unique opportunity of visiting a newborn country and witnessing the joyful moment when the baby gets on its feet, holds the couch and is ready to make its first shaky steps. This country stretches between two cultures: Serbian and Albanian, with the tensions between both ethnic groups still very high. For example, Kosovo is one of few countries in the world where inside of their territory you can find UNESCO World heritage which officially belongs to another country – Serbia. These are the magically beautiful monasteries of Peć, Dečani and Gračanica, so don’t forget your passport while visiting them.
This country is a must-see for your clients interested in history or politics; it is also a great destination for people looking for new business opportunities due to its growing new market. For those interested in nature, we would definitely recommend visiting Rugova Canyon, one of the deepest and longest canyons in Europe, which offers great opportunities for hikers, rock-climbers and cave explorers.
Due to countries’ still developing infrastructure, we would recommend opting for an escorted tour (in groups or private) instead of an independent self-drive tour and definitely not focusing just on the capital – Priština, since the biggest treasures are actually scattered around, in small towns. The roads are not well marked, there are many new roads constructed which are not included in GPS maps and unless your clients speak both Albanian and Serbian, we recommend booking a driver and a guide.