Tradition and history of the locals

Day: Every day (depends on group request)

Departure: 08:00 from Newborn, Prishtina

Return: 20:00

Season: 1 April – 30 October

We will leave Prishtina/Pristina at 8 AM on a bus to Peja. Enroute we stop in Radavc to visit the newly opened spectacular cave before we continue to the city of Peja. We will start our Raki tour in the stonehouse (Kulla) of Zenel Beu. Our trip will continue to Junik and Decan were we will visit different Kullas. In Junik we will stop at Rame Zyberi’s stone house for a live music performance in a traditional guest room called Oda. In the lyrics of the songs we will familiarise ourselves with the Albanian history and code.

29.00 EUR p.p. (min. 6 persons)

Included features:

  • A day trip
  • Comfortable transportation
  • English speaking guide
  • Traditional live music
  • Lunch

Facts: Bus transportation, Albanian history, live music performance, story telling, kullas.

Available departures

Unfortunately, no places are available on this tour at the moment




Prishtina is the largest city in Kosovo, and its capital. It has around 572 square kilometers, with its 48 surrounding villages. It holds 400 thousand inhabitants within the city, while with the villages it holds around 470 thousand. After the flux, of the last ten years, it is estimated to hold between 500,000 and 600,000 inhabitants. Most of them being ethnic Albanian, however there are other minorities such as Turks, Bosnians, Roma, Serbians etc.

Prishtina can be reached via different routes, since as a capital city it has good links with the world and other cities in Kosovo.

The International Airport of Prishtina is located 18 km South of Prishtina and 3 km South of village Sllatina; however it is not more than 80 km away from any other city in Kosovo. From the airport, probably the best way from the airport is taxi service, costing 10-15 euro.

The traffic may be, occasionally, jammed due to constant reconstruction of roads and bridges. For a lower cost ties with Prishtina, one may definitely try by bus. There is no transportation linking downtown Prishtina with the Bus Station, however the distance can be easily walked in about 2 minutes. One may also use taxi services, located outside at the Bus Station.

For more information on different destinations, please call these numbers: 038 550 011 and 038 540 142. One may also travel to Prishtina by rail from Skopje, twice a day. Then from Prishtina to other cities connected to railroad. The main train station is in Fushe Kosove, 7 km West of Prishtina. The train station in Prishtina is located 1 km away from downtown Prishtina.


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