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|Airport of arrival:||Prishtina International Airport|
|Flight time from Istanbul to Prishtina:||1 hour 45 minutes|
Prishtina is the capital city of Kosovo and is located in the mid-western part of the country. Prishtina attracts a growing number of international tourists thanks to its significant historical landmarks and unique cultural atmosphere. Pegasus Airlines schedules frequent flights to Prishtina and it is possible to find cheap flight tickets to Prishtina throughout the year.
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing direct flight deals to Prishtina departing from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. It is also possible for you to enjoy Pegasus’ advanced flight network to find connecting flights to Prishtina through İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport departing from different cities across the globe.
After a delightful time in Prishtina, you can enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ direct flight offer back to İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport or other connecting flights to various destinations of the world through İstanbul.
Pegasus Airlines offers amazing flight deals to Prishtina arriving at the Prishtina International Airport. Prishtina International Airport is located 19 kilometers away from the city center.
Prishtina International Airport (PRN), also called Prishtina International Airport Adem Jashari is the busiest airport of Bosnia and Herzegovina with more than 2 million passengers in 2018. Prishtina International Airport has been in operation since 1965. At the airport, passengers can enjoy restaurants, shops and cafés as well as facilities for banking, religious, special assistance, and medical services.
You can to the city center with public bus, taxi and car from Prishtina International Airport.
Public buses are available for every hour between 04:00 and 21:00. The trip to the city center costs 3 euros and takes approximately 40 minutes.
There are also many taxis available in Prishtina International Airport 24/7. The trip to the city center costs 15 euros on average.
You can also enjoy the city with a rental car. Pegasus Airlines car rental service has great offers for you in here.
Pristina does not have an extensive public transport system and is still on development. You can use public buses and taxis to get around in the city.
Public buses are privately owned in the city and costs 0.40 euros for each trip. The fare is paid in cash to the driver.
You can also use taxis to get around in Prishtina. They cost 0.50 euros per kilometer with an initial fee of 1.5 euros.
Although Prishtina does not offer a wide range of accommodation options to its visitors, there are few but great hotels located around the city center.
If you are in Prishtina to enjoy its historical landmarks and cultural atmosphere, it would be best for you to stay in hotels that are located in “Qendra (Central)” district since you will be staying within a walking distance away some of Prishtina’s most popular attractions.
If you are looking for a relaxing and calmer stay, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels around “Velania” neighborhood. In the district, you will be staying next to Prishtina’s beautiful city park that presents amazing sceneries and still be closer to its main attractions.
Pegasus Airlines would love to help you organize your trip to Prishtina and you can book a hotel easily through Pegasus Airlines website.
Prishtina cuisine has great authentic recipes that deliver a delicious fusion of Albanian, Turkish and Slavic kitchens. The city has many good local restaurants scattered around Prishtina that serve “Börek”, “Cevapi”, “Ajvar” and “Sarma”.
If you would like to know more about the amazing Prishtina cuisine, you should have a look at our Prishtina Food Guide.
We have listed some side notes about Prishtina for you right below.
Kosovo does not require a visa for Schengen Area countries and many other nationalities. You can click here to check if your country is eligible for visa-free entry to Kosovo.
In addition to what Prishtina has to offer, you can travel these closely located cities to keep on discovering.
Prishtina’s weather is a mixture of both continental and oceanic climates. There is a high chance to rain throughout the year in Prishtina while summers are hot, winters are cold and snowy. It is recommended for you to visit Prishtina during summer or early autumn to fully enjoy the city in pleasant and less rainy weather conditions.
Prishtina is an amazing city to discover with its significant historical landmarks and unique cultural atmosphere. Fatih Mosque, Clock Tower of Pristina and National Library are some of the prominent landmarks in Prishtina you should visit.
You can visit our comprehensive Prishtina Travel Guide to learn more about Prishtina and its must-see attractions.
There are a couple of things you can do to find the cheapest flight ticket to Prishtina. In order to find the cheapest flight ticket, it is always good to book your flight ticket in advance, ideally two or three months prior to your flight. You can also visit Prishtina during its off-season (winter and autumn) and enjoy Pegasus Airlines’ amazing seasonal flight ticket promotions. In addition to these, flight tickets during weekdays are almost always cheaper than flight tickets that are scheduled on weekends.
Prishtina is a growing tourism destination of its region with remarkable historical landmarks accompanied by a unique cultural atmosphere that is ready to embrace its visitors. The city offers an unforgettable journey to a more secluded destination of the Balkans.
Visitors usually choose to explore Prishtina during summer or spring to fully enjoy the city in pleasant weather conditions.
Two to three days in Prishtina would be enough for you to discover and enjoy Prishtina thoroughly.
Unfortunately, Prishtina does not offer a special travel card for tourists since all public transport fares paid in cash.
Prishtina is a safe city with very low petty and violent crime rates but it is still recommended for you to be cautious in popular tourism areas to avoid pickpocketing and purse snatchings.
Prishtina is one of the most budget-friendly destinations of Southern Europe with low accommodation, dining and sightseeing costs.
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