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Quentin, your Kosovo advisor

In recent years, the image of Kosovo has been directly associated with the last war and its devastation. However, the country has a lot to offer. You can discover rolling hills, lush forests, meadows, high snow-capped peaks and charming old towns. The people of Kosovo are particularly proud of their hospitality and traditions. Guests are often treated with the highest honors.

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You will like

  1. Prizren, the historic capital of Kosovo
  2. Peja and the Rugova Gorges
  3. The four monasteries listed as UNESCO heritage.
  4. Mountainous landscapes
  5. Gastronomy
  6. Kosovar hospitality

When to go

It is best to visit the country in spring and summer, so you can enjoy the mild temperatures and longer days.

Entry formalities

Citizens of the European Union can enter the country without a passport, but with only an identity card valid for at least three months.

Health

The European health insurance card gives you access to basic services in the country. Otherwise, it is advisable to take out private insurance. The emergency number is 94 for calling ambulances. The one to contact the police is 92.

Plane ticket

From Paris, there are no direct flights, so you will have to make a stopover. The average price for a Paris ticket is around € 180.

Jet lag

No time difference between France and Kosovo.

Language

The official languages ​​of Kosovo are Albanian and Serbian. The Albanian language is mainly spoken throughout the territory, Serbian is spoken in certain villages in Kosovo

Address and useful numbers

French Embassy in Kosovo
76 Ismail Qemali Street, Pristina 10,000, Kosovo
Phone: +383 38 224 588
Email: admin-etrangers.pristina-amba@diplomatie.gouv.fr

Embassy of Kosovo in France
7 rue de Monceau, 75008, Paris, France 5
Phone: 01 45 00 02 06
Email: embassy.france@rks-gov.net

Telephone and internet

Telephone code to call to Kosovo: +383.

The internet is common in the main cities of Kosovo, but it will be harder to find in rural areas.

Electricity

In Kosovo as in most European countries, the current is 230V. No adapter required.

Adventure in Kosovo

9 days · 1 Country

Type of tours: Multi-Days Tour

Activity level:  Strong  

Group size: From 2 to 20

Discover Kosovo

6 days · 1 Country

Type of tours: Multi-Days Tour
Activity level: Light
Group size: From 2 to 20