Just when it seemed every pocket of Europe has been unearthed, Kosovo emerges from a decade of war into an exciting holiday destination.
It’s one of the last places that haven’t been swamped by tourists, a largely undiscovered land and culture. And although it’s Europe’s newest country, its history is old and deep, written in the monuments of its quaint towns. There’s the Kaljaja Fortress, a 6th century remnant that was once the capital of the Serbian empire. Then there’s the Sinan Pasha Mosque, the most beautiful mosque of Kosovo surviving from the ottoman era. Discover these hidden gems and more, and you’ll see just why Serbia refuses to let go of this significant and fascinating region.