Getting Here


The main airport is the Prishtina International Airport (PIA) which is positioned 15km southwest of Prishtina. PIA connects Kosovo to numerous countries through direct flights including: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Britain, Hungary, Turkey, etc. The PIA has a capacity of over 1 million passengers a year and also has connecting flights to anywhere around the world. The Airport has different facilities available including car rental, restaurants, post office, banks & ATM, and shopping.


Kosovo’s capital Prishtina is within one hour’s distance of driving to any neighboring country (Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, and Serbia), thereby providing a connection for all countries in the region.
Kosovo borders Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Albania with the following border points:
From Albania: Vermica, Qafa e Prushit, and Morina
From Macedonia: Gllobocica and Hani i Elezit
From Serbia: Muqibaba, Dheu i Bardhe, Merdare, Gazivoda, and Jarinje (you may only enter Serbia from Kosovo if you initially came from there since they do not recognize the Kosovo border stamps).
From Montenegro: Zhlebi and Gryka e Cakorit

There are buses disposable serving passengers throughout much of Europe including, Albania, Montenegro, Macedonia, Turkey, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and more.


There is a service from Prishtina to Skopje and vice-versa. The passenger can purchase the travelling ticket at the cashier in stations or in the train.