Find Things to Do in...
Search
Tours & Things to Do

More Great Destinations

Take time to explore tours and activities in these amazing destinations:


Shop With Confidence
  • Low Price Guarantee
  • Only Top Quality Tour and Activity Companies
  • 100% Secure Transactions
  • No Hidden Fees
  • 500,000+ Satisfied Customers
Why Book With Us
  • Save Money:

    Booking ahead will almost always save you money.

  • Save Time:

    You've got better things to do than wait in ticket lines.

  • Get The Tour You Want:

    Booking online means you get first pick of available tours.


Contact Us
Search by Category
Kosovo Tours and Activities

Visiting Kosovo? TourCorp has the best selection of tours and the lowest prices! Reserve your tours and activities today and relax when you arrive! See what other travelers have to say about our most popular tours and activities.


Waiting in line is for tourists! Be a savvy visitor - save time and money by booking online. You'll love our easy "Shop and Go" tickets!

Destinations

Cities in Kosovo:   Peja - Prishtina
Destinations in Kosovo:   Peja - Prishtina

Here are your 7 search results for Tours, Attractions & Activities in Kosovo

Kosovo Classic Multi-day Tour from Pristina

Kosovo Classic  Multi-day Tour from Pristina - Prishtina, Kosovo

Duration: 6 days
Location: Prishtina, Kosovo

From USD
$929.79

Welcome to Kosovo, Europe’s newest independent state, the final chapter in the dissolution of the Yugoslav state. Kosovo offers its visitors the possibility to feel part of its development in a fast changing environment ... More info ›

Special Offer - Save 10% by booking select times/dates. See pricing options for complete details. - Book Now!

Welcome to Kosovo, Europe’s newest independent state, the final chapter in the dissolution of the Yugoslav state. Kosovo offers its visitors the possibility to feel part of its development in a fast changing environment. This tour aims to show what makes Kosovo a complex yet very special place to be, through visits of its troubled ancient and modern history, rich culture, stunning nature, numerous religions monuments and friendly people.

Day 1: Pristina Airport – Prizren
You will be welcomed at Pristina Airport and transferred to Prizren, one of the most beautiful towns in Kosovo where you will stay for 2 nights. 


Day 2: Prizren
Prizren the second largest city in the country and is a beautiful city situated in southern Kosovo close to the border with Albania. It is a historic city known for its arts and crafts, something which becomes obvious as soon as you approach the town centre.  

Day 3: Prizren – Rahovec – Mirusha Waterfalls – Decan – Gjakova
From Prizren, we start with a visit at the 'Bodrumi i Vjeter' winery for a tour of Kosovo’s oldest winery and a taste of some of its best wines. Afterwards, proceed to the beautiful Mirusha waterfalls. Next is the Monastery complex of Decani considered the largest Medieval church in the Balkans, part of UNESCO. After the visit, proceed to Gjakova which has a Grand Bazaar thought to be the oldest in Kosovo. 

Day 4: Gjakova – Peja – Prekaz – Vushtrri – Mitrovica – Pristina
After early breakfast, continue to visit another very important religious complex, the Patriarchate of Peja constructed in the XIII century, part of UNESCO. After visiting the complex we continue on to Vushtrri to visit the old castle in the middle of town and the old Stone Bridge. We visit monumental complex of the Jashari family, at Prekaz. Further north in Mitrovica we visit the Bridge of division. Continue to the capital Pristina, with a visit to the symbolic grave of Sultan Murad I, and the monument of Battle of Kosovo. We arrive in Pristina with a walk through the main pedestrian area, the 'Mother Teresa' Square, the National Library and the 'New Born' monument which symbolizes the birth of this new state. 

Day 5: Pristina – Gracanica – Ulpiana – Novoberda – Letnica – Gadima - Pristina
We start with a walk to the Ethnographic Museum, Pristina. At Gracanica we visit the superb 14th century Orthodox Church, protected by UNESCO. Close-by lay the remains of ancient Ulpiana the capital of the Roman province of Dardania. Continue on towards Novoberda to visit its panoramic Medieval castle. Letnica is a village formally home to a Croatian minority in Kosovo, famous for its white washed church and a 400 years old blackened wood statue of the Virgin Mary, carved in the style of Michelangelo, known as 'Black Madonna'. After the visit, return to Pristina with a stop at the Gadima cave which is 1200 meter long, also known as the Marble cave due its marble like colors full of crystallized stalagmites. 

Day 6: Pristina – Airport
After breakfast we visit two Ottoman period mosques of Pristina. After these visits depart to airport.

Less info

Pristina Full-day Tour

Pristina Full-day Tour - Prishtina, Kosovo

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Prishtina, Kosovo

From USD
$115.17

Pristina is the cultural, economical, and administrative center of the Kosovo with a long history. In a full day tour to Pristina, you can discover archeological sites, monuments protected by UNESCO, very old Ottoman places, narrow stone streets and attractive tall buildings ... More info ›

Special Offer - Save 10% by booking select times/dates. See pricing options for complete details. - Book Now!

Pristina is the cultural, economical, and administrative center of the Kosovo with a long history. In a full day tour to Pristina, you can discover archeological sites, monuments protected by UNESCO, very old Ottoman places, narrow stone streets and attractive tall buildings. The 'New Born' monument is becoming the symbol of this new state.

After breakfast we take a drive just outside of Pristina to visit the Battle of Kosovo monument dedicated to the battle of 1389 between a Balkan Alliance force led by Serbian prince Lazar against an Ottoman army led by Sultan Murad I. The battle was fierce and both leaders of the armies were killed in the battle. Then continue further to visit the monument as well as the Tomb of Sulltan Murad. At Gracanica, a few kilometers from Prishtina, we visit a superb Orthodox Church founded by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin in 1321, a triumph of Byzantine architecture and part of the Kosovo Medieval Monuments protected by UNESCO. Close by, the ancient remains of Ulpiana, a Roman town in the province of Dardania home, also known as Justiniana Secunda, have been unearthed, testimony to Kosovo’s ancient past.

After visits return to Pristina where we will walk through the capital exploring its main attractions including the Mother Teresa Square, the Monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the clock tower, Kosovo Government building and the 'New Born' monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state. Of particular interest are the Ottoman period mosques of Prishtina with probably the most beautiful, being the Fatih Mosque dating back to 1461 during the golden era of Sultan Mehmet II. Its huge ceiling domed cupola crowns a splendidly painted floral interior of Arabesque design. Nearby is Pristina's oldest building, the Çarshia Mosque completed in 1389. We end our tour with a visit to the Ethnographic Museum situated in a typical Ottoman architecture house, beautifully stocked with original artefacts which testify to the traditions and way of living of the people in Kosovo.

Less info

Pristina Half-day Walking Tour

Pristina Half-day Walking Tour - Prishtina, Kosovo
Star Rating

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Prishtina, Kosovo

From USD
$64.79

A walking tour through the capital Pristina exploring its main attractions in the centre and surroundings including: the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the “New Born” monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state.

After breakfast, take a walk through Pristina, exploring its main attractions in the city centre and surroundings including the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the 'New Born' monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state. Of particular interest are the Ottoman period mosques of Prishtina with probably the most beautiful, being the Fatih Mosque dating back to 1461 during the golden era of Sultan Mehmet II ... More info ›

Special Offer - Save 10% by booking select times/dates. See pricing options for complete details. - Book Now!

A walking tour through the capital Pristina exploring its main attractions in the centre and surroundings including: the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the “New Born” monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state.

After breakfast, take a walk through Pristina, exploring its main attractions in the city centre and surroundings including the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the 'New Born' monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state. Of particular interest are the Ottoman period mosques of Prishtina with probably the most beautiful, being the Fatih Mosque dating back to 1461 during the golden era of Sultan Mehmet II. Its huge ceiling domed cupola crowns a splendidly painted floral interior of Arabesque design.

Nearby is Pristina's oldest building, the Çarshia Mosque completed in 1389. We end our tour with a visit to the Ethnographic Museum situated in a typical Ottoman architecture house, beautifully stocked with original artefacts which testify to the traditions and way of living of the people in Kosovo.

Less info

Discover Kosovo 5 Day Tour

Discover Kosovo 5 Day Tour - Prishtina, Kosovo

Duration: 5 days
Location: Prishtina, Kosovo

From USD
$833.81

This is a concentrated tour of the major monuments of Kosovo, giving visitors a full picture of what this new country has on offer.

Day 1: Skopje Airport – Prizren
You will be welcomed at Skopje Airport in Macedonia, and transferred to Prizren, one of the most beautiful towns in Kosovo for the overnight stay. You will be driven through some beautiful natural areas which are a great introduction to Kosovo’s natural landscape ... More info ›

Special Offer - Save 10% by booking select times/dates. See pricing options for complete details. - Book Now!

This is a concentrated tour of the major monuments of Kosovo, giving visitors a full picture of what this new country has on offer.

Day 1: Skopje Airport – Prizren
You will be welcomed at Skopje Airport in Macedonia, and transferred to Prizren, one of the most beautiful towns in Kosovo for the overnight stay. You will be driven through some beautiful natural areas which are a great introduction to Kosovo’s natural landscape.

Day 2: Prizren – Gjakova
Prizren is the second largest city in the country and is a beautiful city situated on the slopes of the Sharr Mountains. Prizren offers some great religious monuments representing different faiths, with possibly the 14th century Orthodox Church of 'Our Lady of Ljevis' being the most important, becoming part of the UNESCO list. After these visits, proceed to Gjakova which has a Grand Bazaar thought to be the oldest in Kosovo also known as Ҫarshi, full of old houses and shops, a Turkish Bathhouse or Hamam and the 16th century Hadum Aga Mosque.

Day 3 Gjakova – Decan – Peja – Gracanica – Ulpjana – Pristina
The Monastery complex of Decani is considered the largest Medieval church in the Balkans and contains the most extensive beautifully preserved fresco decorations, protected by UNESCO. Continue to visit the Patriarchate of Peja constructed in the XIII century. It is composed of three small churches with beautiful frescoes. Gracanica a few kilometres from Pristina, houses a superb 14th century Orthodox Church founded by the Serbian king Stefan Milutin in 1321, considered a triumph of Byzantine architecture. Finally, close by, visit ancient remains of Ulpiana, a Roman town in the province of Dardania also known as Justiniana Secunda, confirming Kosovo’s ancient past.

Day 4 Pristina
Today, walk through Pristina, exploring its main attractions in the centre and surroundings including: the Mother Teresa Boulevard, the Monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the clock tower, Kosovo Government building and the New Born monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state. Of particular interest are the Ottoman period mosques of Pristina with probably the most beautiful, being the Fatih Mosque dating back to 1461 during the golden era of Sultan Mehmet II. The Ethnographic Museum situated in a typical Ottoman architecture house is beautifully stocked with original artefacts. Outside Pristina we visit the 'Battle of Kosovo' monument. The battle was fierce and both leaders of the armies were killed in the battle. In fact, immediately after, visit the grave or Turbe of Sultan Murad I which is situated only a few kilometers away.

Day 5 Pristina – Skopje Airport
After an early breakfast, be driven to Skopje International Airport in the capital city of nearby Macedonia.

Less info

Booking.com

Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania Multi-Day Trip - Peaks of the Balkans from Peja

Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania Multi-Day Trip - Peaks of the Balkans from Peja - Peja, Kosovo

Duration: 8 days
Location: Peja, Kosovo

From USD
$958.58

Visit three Balkan countries in one single hiking trip. Enjoy a week long adventure in the mountains of Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania, the least explored part of Europe.

Edith Durham, an English traveler, described these mountains: 'I think no place where human beings live has given me such an impression of majestic isolation from all the world'.

Enjoy hospitality in the guest houses in the country where guest is sacred: 'An Albanian’s house is the dwelling of God and the guest .. ... More info ›

Special Offer -

Price displayed includes up to 25% off the local admission price! Book now through November 11, 2017, and enjoy a 25% discount valid only for the 4pm show time (Matinee Ticket), and an 18% discount on all other show times!

- Book Now!

Visit three Balkan countries in one single hiking trip. Enjoy a week long adventure in the mountains of Kosovo, Montenegro and Albania, the least explored part of Europe.

Edith Durham, an English traveler, described these mountains: 'I think no place where human beings live has given me such an impression of majestic isolation from all the world'.

Enjoy hospitality in the guest houses in the country where guest is sacred: 'An Albanian’s house is the dwelling of God and the guest ... The guest, in an Albanian’s life, represents the supreme ethical category, more important than blood relations. One may pardon the man who spills the blood of one’s father or of one’s son, but never the blood of a guest' Man booker price winner, Ismail Kadare, Novel Broken April.

Less info

Via Ferrata Climb

Via Ferrata Climb - Peja, Kosovo

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Peja, Kosovo

From USD
$18.00

Via Ferrata climb will provide you with spectacular views of the Rugova Gorge and adrenaline rush, while you will be safely lead through the vertical climb secured with stairs and professional equipment of recognized brands. Via Ferrata is a product developed during World War one for military purposes, by the Austrian and Italian armies in the region of Dolomites, but with the change of warfare it became redundant and a tourist attraction ... More info ›

Special Offer -

Price displayed includes up to 25% off the local admission price! Book now through November 11, 2017, and enjoy a 25% discount valid only for the 4pm show time (Matinee Ticket), and an 18% discount on all other show times!

- Book Now!

Via Ferrata climb will provide you with spectacular views of the Rugova Gorge and adrenaline rush, while you will be safely lead through the vertical climb secured with stairs and professional equipment of recognized brands. Via Ferrata is a product developed during World War one for military purposes, by the Austrian and Italian armies in the region of Dolomites, but with the change of warfare it became redundant and a tourist attraction. It consists of metallic structures in the vertical rock enabling non-climber to experience the thrill of climbing. Via Ferrata Ari Was buit in 2012 with support of Italian engineers.

You will be picked up at the Visitor center next to the Peja Patriarch, by our experienced guide. After a ten minutes drive you will enter the Rugova Gorge and reach the destination. After a short brief about equipment you will start the walk first crossing a hanging bridge, then going through a system of caves and approaching the vertical path.


Your guide will be sometimes in front of the group and sometimes in the end in order to provide all the advice of crossing the vertical climb that offers the best view of the Rugova Gorge. The vertical walk will offer one place in the middle where you can stop and enjoy the view before you start the second part of the Ferrata. After you reach the top of the trail you can use the already installed table and chairs for a small pick nick that you can bring with you. Approximately one hour walk you will continue in a nice hiking trail that provides views to the gorge and the city.

Via Ferrata Ari is the most advanced adventure product in Peja and Kosovo. The 100 meters of vertical climb, professional equipment, trained guide, and advanced construction supported by Italian professionals who have worked in Dolomites, make this trip safe and one of the most memorable in Rugova mountains and in Kosovo. The whole climbing and hiking takes two to three hours depending from the group and offers spectacular view over the city of Peja and the Rugova Gorge. No climbing experience needed, you will be climbing stairs. The trail takes you through ancient caves, fortified there to block the city for invaders, which now serve also for wildlife sheltering.

Less info