Adem Jashari Airport is Kosovo's only state-owned airport located in Sllatina, near the capital Pristina.It is named after the legendary Adem Jashari who fought in the 1998-2000 war.To visit the national airport site,Click here
Kosovo is located in the center of the Balkans. It borders Serbia to the north and east, Montenegro to the west, northern Macedonia to the southeast and Albania to the southwest. Kosovo is rich in roads, including newly built highways linking these states.
Adem Jashari Airport is Kosovo's only state-owned airport located in Sllatina, near the capital Pristina.It is named after the legendary Adem Jashari who fought in the 1998-2000 war.To visit the national train site,Click here.
The bus station is the center of the highways, which transports passengers mainly by bus from all places in Kosovo, villages and cities.
The center of the bus station is a suitable place for travelers' holidays, where there are cafes and various restaurants which the citizen can use during the reception or vacation.
Kosovo is a very safe place to visit. Most of the visitors who read about the history of the wars in Kosovo had another impression, but after the visit stated that they had received a very good impression and felt safe in every respect.
For European and American countries, a visa is not required to visit Kosovo, and countries on other continents should contact the relevant offices.
The time zone of Kosovo is the Central European Area (CET), an area used in most European countries.
The climate in Kosovo is a continental climate, resulting in hot summers and cold winters. Due to the uneven altitudes in different places in Kosovo, there are differences in temperature and precipitation. December and January are the coldest months, July and August are the hottest months of the year. Snowfall can be expected between November and March.
The euro is the official currency used in Kosovo. Many countries also support credit card payments.
Rental cars are offered by various private firms in Kosovo. Many of these firms are located at Adem Jashari Airport, but also in different parts of cities. Their prices are reasonable, depending on the types of vehicles.
The cheapest way to get around the city is through urban transport buses. Pristina has different bus routes that send almost every corner of it for just 40 cents a ticket. Bus lines are also used to move between Kosovo cities at very cheap prices.