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outbound: 12-Jan-2018
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return: 19-Jan-2018
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return: 12-Mar-2018
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return: 31-Jan-2018
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Pristina: for coffee lovers, history buffs and backpackers

Pristina city centre
Pristina International Airport (PRN): 9 mi from city centre

Flights to Pristina: practical information

Cheap airlines to Pristina

Heading for a holiday in Pristina? Pristina International Airport welcomes direct flights from cities across Europe including London and Manchester onboard Turkish Airlines, Edelweiss Air and Pegasus Airlines. As far as low cost airlines are concerned, EasyJet flies to Pristina from Belgium.

When to book flights to Pristina

With a continental climate, Pristina enjoys very warm summer which can get a bit uncomfortable for sightseeing. Winters are generally pretty snowy so the best time to visit is early summer and early fall. Book your flights to Pristina at least 4 months in advance.

  • Peak season: Spring and fall, May-June and September-October.
  • Low season: August and Winter.

Flight duration

Flights to Pristina take 5 hours with stopovers.

Experience Pristina: what to see, what to do

Heading to the bustling capital of Kosovo? You won't be disappointed by the buzz this city creates. From cafe-lined promenades to historic spots and parks, Pristina is a treat. Did you know 53% of the population of Kosovo is under the age of 25? That makes for a lot of young people on the streets, keeping this city youthful!

Essentials in Pristina

Cafes: One thing is true about Pristina, it's that there is a lot of coffee consumed here. The streets are filled with cafes and in the warmer summer months, they're packed with fashionable youngsters spending as little as a single Euro for a cappuccino.

City tours: It's clear that Pristina has its share of historical landmarks and interesting sights. Take a walking tour, the best way to explore the city! Start off in Dardania and head to the Gran Hotel, then UNMIK. Skenderbeg monument is an interesting sight along the way. City Park is the grand finale, a peaceful green spot in the middle of a sprawling city.

Gërmia Park: In the summer months there’s no better place to be than this park. It’s lake-sized swimming pool can’t be beat when the summer heat beats down on the city.

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Accommodation in Pristina

Accommodation can be very expensive in Pristina with few youth hostels. Everything seems to be tailored to business and international travellers and rooms go at higher prices than you might expect in this part of Europe. Book early to avoid disappointment.

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