If you were expecting a war-torn country full of half-destroyed buildings and refugees in mourning, you’ve come to the wrong place.
Kosovo’s capital is as full of domestic life as any Paris, Perth or Prague – just without the hordes of tourists that come with it. Expect instead, plenty of well-dressed and put-together Kosovans sunning themselves in the town square, chatting energetically over a coffee on a cafe terrace, or simply going about their daily life.
Tourism is coming. Get there first.