Kosovo is situated in south-eastern Europe. Its position in the Balkans links the connection between central and south Europe, the Adriatic Sea, and the Black Sea. Tourism in Kosovo includes archaeological heritage from Illyrian, Dardanian, Roman, Byzantine, Serbian and Ottoman times, traditional Albanian and Serbian cuisine, architecture, religious heritage, traditions, and natural landscapes.

Kosovo has a variety of natural features. Mountains surround it: the Sharr Mountains are located in the south and southeast, bordering North Macedonia, while the Kopaonik Mountains rise in the north.

The southwest borders with Montenegro and Albania are also mountainous and home to the country’s highest peak, Gjeravica, which is 2,656 m (8,714 ft) high. The central region is mainly hilly, but two extensive plains spread over Kosovo’s west and east, respectively, Metohija Plain and Kosovo Plain.

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Historic Balkans

Historic Balkans

12 Days
Places Visited; Tirana, Budva Kotor, Dubrovnik, Mostar, Sarajevo, Ostrog, Shkodor, Prizren, Skopje, Ohrid

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