Public Transport System

Car taxi, Scooter taxi, Bus, and Bikes are all available in the city.

Cleanliness and Efficiency

Cleanliness : Medium. Efficiency : High

Mode & Cost of Transports

Scooter Taxi: Base fare starts at €1 to travel all around Pristina, which is cheap and affordable for tourists.

Cycle: Base fare of €2 means 1 hour. 

Car Taxi: Base fare starts at €1.5 and is quite frequent.

Bus: base fare starts at €0.40. City buses run every 5 minutes so it is very efficient.


Basic Items & Cost

Name Price
Water Bottle EUR 1.00
Cup of Coffee EUR 1.00
Milk Carton Pack EUR 1.00
Rice/Kg EUR 1.00
White Bread EUR 0.00
Eggs (12) EUR 1.00
Combo Meal EUR 3.00
Fine Dining EUR 12.00
Bottle of Coke or Pepsi EUR 1.00
Domestic Beer EUR 2.00
Imported Beer EUR 2.00
Bottle of Wine EUR 3.00
Cigarettes (20 Pack) EUR 2.00
Taxi ( 1 km ) EUR 1.00
Ticket in local transport (Single way). EUR 0.00
Rent ( One Bed Room) EUR 240.00


  • Take public transport. Although Pristina doesn’t have an especially efficient public transport system, it is cheap and useful.
  • Private taxis are comparatively costly next to public transport, although they are more comfortable.
  • Drink tap water. It is safe to drink tap water in Pristina as it is clear and fresh.
  • Do visit the National Library of Kosovo as its design is very peculiar.
  • If you have to send mail do it beforehand because it is difficult to send mail from Pristina.
  • If you are having trouble locating a place, ask for help from the locals as they are really cooperative.


  • Don’t wear anything that is scandalous. If visiting any mosques in Kosovo, dress ‘modestly’ – meaning trousers and shirts or T-shirts for men, and for women, long skirts or trousers, conservative tops and something to cover the head.

Night Life

Pristina, although a small place, amazes foreigners with its nightlife. It is mainly located in the Mother Teresa Boulevard, Fehmi Agani Road and Pejton neighborhood. There are a lot of night clubs, discos, and different coffee bars. 

One can also watch a ballet performance of Romeo and Juliet and many other plays at the National Theatre, which is a quite amazing experience.

Some of the best nightclubs, bars, and discos in Pristina are:

  1. Bon Vivant
  2. Hamam Jazz Bar
  3. Taverna Tirona
  4. Blues show at Soma

Must See

  • The Newborn Monument is a typographic sculpture and tourist attraction in Pristina, Kosovo. It is located in front of the Palace of Youth and Sport. It was established February 17, 2008, the day that Kosovo formally declared its independence from Serbia.
  • The Imperial Mosque in Pristina, Kosovo (also known as the Ottoman mosque), was built by Sultan Mehmet II Fatih in 1461. The mosque represents a Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990 by the Republic of Serbia.
  • The National Library of Kosovo, Pristina is definitely a place to visit. With its peculiar design, it’s hard to miss it. The mission of the library is to collect, promote, and make accessible the intellectual heritage of Kosovo.
  • Pristina, although has a small area, has a lot of coffee bars.


  • The locals are very friendly and they love to chat with the tourists.
  • Go caving in Peja. It is near the Rugova Canyon, which is a really beautiful sight to behold. Plus, there is plenty of fun to be had there.
  • If you are an animal lover, visit the bear sanctuary which is a natural habitat to the rescued bears from the region.



Bazaar Marg
Flea Markets and Bazaars
Mother Teresa Boulevard
Distance From City Center
550 meters
La Vie en Rose
Handicrafts and Souviners
Ilaz Kodra, Prishtinë
Distance From City Center
650 meters
De Arte
Handicrafts and Souviners
Agim Ramadani, 48 2, 282, Prishtinë 10000
Distance From City Center
1.5 Kilometers
Royal Mall
Shopping Malls
Rruga B, Prishtinë 10000
Distance From City Center
2.9 Kilometers
Grand Store
Shopping Malls
M2, Prishtinë
Distance From City Center
4.9 Kilometers
  • Finding mementos of your trip to Kosovo is the most rewarding in Pristina, Gjakova, and Peja, with the country’s strong tradition of handicrafts offering plenty of choices
  • Pristina’s traditional bazaar makes for a fun shopping and people-watching experience in Kosovo
  • There are a variety of boutiques offering fashion and accessories at cheap prices on Skopje Road
  • There is an abundance of brand names when it comes to Kosovo wines: Sefa, Daka, Bodrum Vjeter, and Stonecastle all produce varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Vranac, Chardonnay, and Riesling
  • Nearly every home in Pristina has a figurine of Hyjnesha n’fron, the goddess on the throne, a Neolithic archaeological artifact which was found in the suburbs of Pristina. It is also available in the bazaars in Pristina and can be bought as souvenirs.

Official Language

Albanian, Serbian

Other Language

Turkish, Bosnian, Romani

Spoken Language

Albanian is the main language ... Read more


Euro (EUR)


0.21 (Millions)

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Airport Name / IATA Code

Pristina International Airport (Adem Jashari) is an International airport that is located at a distance of 15 kilometers south west of Pristina , Kosovo - PRN

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Best time to visit

April, May, June, July, August, and September are the best months to visit because the weather will be at a pleasant temperature.

Moderate time to visit

January, February, and March are a moderate time period to visit the area because it will be slightly colder.

Worst time to visit

October, November, and December are the worst months to visit because of the heavy rainfall that the region receives.


Start Tariff: EUR 1.50

1 Km. Tariff: EUR 0.50

1 Hour Waiting Tariff: EUR 3.00

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