Fly to Pristina, the largest city and capital of the Republic of Kosovo.
Stop beneath the statue of Bill Clinton and the Skanderbeg Monument. Seek out the city's Turkish roots in the Old Bazaar and the Stone Mosque. And don't forget to visit the impressive, modern University Library. For a true taste of Pristina, you should try the excellent coffee, served with milk, the way the locals drink it.
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Baggage: free hand baggage allowance up to 8 kg, checked baggage up to 23 kg.
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Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU)
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (or simply Ljubljana Airport) is 26 km from the city centre.
Bus services connect the airport to the centre of Ljubljana or you can hire or car or take a taxi from the rank in front of the terminal building. The journey to the city centre takes around half an hour.
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Pristina Adem Jashari International Airport (PRN)
Pristina Adem Jashari International Airport is located 15 km south-west of Pristina. It has a single terminal.
The quickest way to the centre of Pristina from the airport is by taxi or hire car. The airport is around half an hour by road from the city centre. Regular buses also serve the airport.
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