How to get here?

 

To come to Kosova you need to have a passport (you do not need a visa)

ENTRY POINTS

 
By road:

From Albania:
Vërmica, Morina and Qafë Prushi
From Macedonia: Hani i Elezit and Glloboçica
From Montenegro:
Gryka e Çakorit and Zhlebi
From Serbia:
Merdare, Dheu i Bardhë, Muqibaba, Jarinje, Gazivoda
 
By Air:

Prishtina International Airport is located 15 km southwest of Prishtina.

Prishtina International Airport (PIA) is Kosovo's air bridge to Europe and the rest of the world. It has a capacity of one million passengers per year.

The airport connects Kosovo via direct flights to London (UK), Vienna (Austria), Istanbul (Turkey), Budapest (Hungary), Zurich (Switzerland), Tirana (Albania), Frankfurt, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, Hanover(Germany), Copenhagen (Denmark), Stockholm and Gothenburg (Sweden) and everywhere else in the world through the connections of one of the airports from the above mentioned countries.

 In June 2006 Prishtina International Airport was awarded the ‘Best Airport 2006 Award’, an honor presented by Airports Council International (ACI), the only worldwide professional association of airport operators.

 In 2010 the Turkish-French Consortium, Limak and Aeroports de Lyon, officially took the responsibilities of Prishtina International Airport. Public private partnership is foreseen to manage the Prishtina International Airport for the next 20 years where it is foreseen that the only airport in our country will be modernized and expanded to 25 thousand meter square out of the 100 million Euros investments which will be done by Limak- Airport de Lyon.

 

For more Information regarding Air Transportation please visit: www.airportpristina.com (Prishtina International Airport "Adem Jashari")

You can also get to Kosovo via road, and there are dozens of travel agents who can assist with arranging transportation.