The national capital Belgrade is located 150 miles (241 kilometers) north of Pristina.
During your time here in Pristina, visit the Kosovo Government Building. Another attraction is Kosovo Assembly.
Of course, visiting just one place usually only offers a narrow window into the wider qualities of a region. So try to set aside some time to tour Serbia's many sights and attractions. Mitrovica and Kursumlija are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Serbia.
A great way to get a true feel for a place and its people is by gaining an understanding of its past. While here, be sure to drop into the area's fortresses.
Should you hear the call to adventure, follow the lead of active locals and spend a few hours hiking or mountain climbing.
Learn about the range of flavors in Serbia by exploring local food and drinks. Some of the variety of elements frequently used in this part of the world are cabbage and onion. There are plenty of specialty food options here. Check out karadordeva (stuffed veal) or pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat). Orascine (walnut pastry) is a common final course. You may notice locals and visitors alike ordering Ruski Kvas ; it's among the favorite drinks in Serbia. Vrnjci (sparkling water) is a popular drink here.
You won't want to say "Doviđenja" (farewell) to this magnetic spot.