Belgrade, the national capital, is situated 180 miles (290 kilometers) north of Prizren.
Investigate the rich architectural and social makeup of Serbia, by by taking to the open road and exploring a few of other villages, cities and towns near Prizren. If you're keen to explore more of the region, you'll find Kosovo Polje, 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southwest, and Pec 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the southeast.
One of the best ways to better understand a region is by discovering its past. Make the time to visit the ruins while you are in the area.
For those who love to get out into the cold weather, this region may be an excellent fit. Follow the lead of the locals and enjoy snow shoeing and cross-country skiing.
To really get to know the area in which you are traveling, take your time to stop in at the region's restaurants and cafés. These are great places to meet residents and try dishes that are commonly eaten here. Cabbage and onion are just two commonly used ingredients. Karadordeva (stuffed veal) and pecenje na raznju (spit-roasted meat) are some popular dishes to sample. Finish with orascine (walnut pastry), a common dessert. Refresh your palette with a the regional brew. Ruski Kvas is popular here. Sample one of the more common drinks in the region, namely vrnjci (sparkling water).
Good things must come to an end, but be rest assured, when you're ready to say "Doviđenja" to Prizren, you'll be leaving with plenty of memories and keepsakes to keep forever.