Together with a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Why is Bill Clinton so beloved in Kosovo, that he even has a statue in Pristina? Has it something to do with independence? What about the unique-looking National Library of Kosovo? You will be surprised how many stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, and corners of Pristina. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. Perfect for those who are visiting the city for the first time and want to get the most out of it!

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Route & Duration

2 hours
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    Mother Teresa Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa is a Roman Catholic cathedral and one of Pristina's tallest structures. It is dedicated to Saint Teresa of Calcutta, an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun and missionary, and the building design was authorized by the Government of Kosovo in 2007, however the cathedral was finally consecrated seven years later on September 5, 2017, 20 years after Mother Teresa's death. In Kosovo, the Cathedral hosts some of the largest Christmas masses, and local Muslims join their fellow Catholic residents in solidarity as part of the congregation and to enjoy the holiday season.

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    The Newborn Monument (NEWBORN) in Pristina is a typographic sculpture and tourist attraction. It's in front of the Palace of Youth and Sports, and it was unveiled on February 17, 2008, the day Kosovo legally proclaimed independence from Serbia. It was declared at the monument's installation that it will be painted differently each year on the anniversary of Kosovo's independence movement day.

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    Memorial HEROINES

    One of Pristina's typographic artworks and tourist attractions is the Heroinat Memorial (HEROINAT). The memorial is located in front of the Newborn monument, in one of Prishtina's most central and visited sites. It was unveiled on June 12, 2015, to commemorate Kosovo's Liberation Day. The majority of the study was carried out through photographic research. It blended many photographs, identified their most distinguishing qualities, remixed them, and generated a representative portrait of Kosovar women.

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    Mother Theresa Statue

    Mother Teresa statue, a Roman Catholic nun and missionary fashioned in bronze, is a Peace Nobelist of Albanian heritage. The monument, which was unveiled in 2002 in Pristina's major square named after her, employs Christian symbolism and is intended to portray Mother Teresa's weltschmerz, while the figure of the infant emerging from her draperies represents the world's least fortunate. Mother Teresa became noted for her universalism after leaving the Sisters of Loreto order, becoming the mother of the world who committed herself totally to the destitute and worked in Calcutta, India for the most of her life.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance of Cathedral of Saint Mother Teresa (Rruga Justiniani, Pristina 10000, Kosovo)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.