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Las mejores actividades en Prishtina

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Cafetería
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“Soma is a local institution among the young, and nearly all visitors to Pristina end up here at some point. The shady garden hums with activity at lunchtime, while the red-brick industrial-chic interior is lined with bookshelves and has a relaxed vibe. Food combines various tastes of the Mediterranean, including tuna salad, beef carpaccio, grilled fish, steaks and burgers. There's a terrific selection of books and vinyl on sale and the central bar area is one of the best places to drink in town (Source: Lonely Planet, 2017). ”
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History Museum
“The Kosovo Museum is the earliest institution of cultural heritage in Kosovo, established with the goal of preserving, restoration-conservation and presentation of movable heritage on the territory. It is situated in a special facility, from an architectural point of view but also because of its location since it is situated at the old nucleus of the city centre. In fact, Kosovo museum has been operating since 1949. However, the building of the museum was constructed in 1889 and it was designed according to the Austro-Hungarian style of construction and its real aim was establishing the high military command of that time”
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Cafetería
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“The Greatest SHOPPING CENTER in Kosovo. You can go there for shopping, eat and drink, watch movies, play bowling, and many other things. Parking FREE / Suitable for children / Open Hours- Everyday until 10pm You can go there by Urban Buses No. 10 (24 Yjet) or by taxi. ”
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Café
“'Day and night', a bookshop-cafe-bar-performance space, is a home away from home for bookish expats and locals alike. There's a great selection of books in English, strong espresso, excellent cocktails, friendly English-speaking staff and occasional live music in the evenings, including jazz. Unusually for meat-loving Kosovo, Dit' e Nat' serves a few vegetarian light lunches and snacks (Source: Lonely Planet, 2017). ”
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Point of Interest
“The MONUMENT of Kosovo's Independence-17th February 2008. You can guess what the name stands for. Every year it is colored with a new design so that it gives a new message to a relevant and contemporary issue. ”
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Restaurante
“With an appreciation for meat, cream and a healthy dose of repetition, Tiffany’s is a restaurant in Prishtina that never disappoints. The menu at Tiffany’s is not too extensive, and the insistence of the servers on bringing particular dishes means that first time diners will not realize that they can choose what they want to eat. Meals begin with rounds of fresh oven-baked bread that is crusty on the outside and fluffy on the inside. For a heavier meat experience, the grilled meats platter is a good choice. A sizeable combination of chicken kebabs and pieces of veal, all grilled right in front of your eyes. A dish to order during lunchtime is the veal soup. It is served in a huge old-fashioned tureen, and with chunks of meat, vegetables and rice as it floats in a lightly seasoned broth. It is one of the restaurant’s simplest dishes, and also one of the tastiest. The lack of menu also means a lack of pricing. Diners can never be absolutely certain of what a meal will cost. However, Prishtina Insight finds that it is rarely more than 10 euro per person, including a glass of house wine (Source: Prishtina Insight, 2016). ”
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Night Club
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Museum
“Hidden away in Pristina’s Old Town, the Ethnological Museum is a must-see for visitors to Kosovo’s capital. The museum is housed in the 18th century Emin Gjiku Complex, which once belonged to a local nobleman by the same name. After Gjiku and his family were expelled from Kosovo in the 1950s, the complex was initially a biology museum, eventually opening as the Ethnological Museum in 2006. The museum features permanent exhibitions relating to life in Kosovo during the Ottoman era and focuses on a circle of life theme, with displays focusing on birth, life, death and heritage. Divided among two buildings, visitors will see rooms furnished just as they would have been during Ottoman times, as well as a traditional “room of birth” and “room of death.” Other rooms display traditional jewelry, costumes, pottery, weapons and other tools. Enthusiastic and knowledgeably English-speaking guides are available to walk you through the museum and share even more of the area’s history and culture (Source: Viator, 2019).”
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Lugar de sándwiches
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“Falafel salad, veggie sandwich, prosciutto sandwich, and carrot soup. Do not go there between 12-1pm.”
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Antro
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“The best club in the country. Lookout for the electronic series nights, DJ's such as Ricardo Villalobos, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, tiNi, Raresh... You're very lucky if you're in town for the series.”
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Teatro
“National Theater of Kosovo was founded in October, 1946 in Prizren. This was the first professional theatre in Kosovo after World War II. It was firstly named "The Regional Populist Theater" then the "Provincial Populist Theater" until 1999 when it was finally changed to "The National Theater of Kosovo". After a few months after the establishment, the theater was moved to Pristina, the capital city of Kosovo. The theatre is of a national character, as such, it is funded by the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports of the Republic of Kosovo.”
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Cine
“City cinema showing all the latest blockbusters + local movies. A few meters near the aparment.”
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Restaurante
“Great food and lovely wine selection. Highly recommend the Farfala Pasta and the Salmon dish. Their house wine is great , so is their Tiramisu. ”
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Library
“The NATIONAL LIBRARY "Pjeter Bogdani" is located in the center of the campus of the "University of Prishtina" Only 10 min walk from HERE!”
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Restaurante
“A wonderful RESTAURANT for eating meals. Only 5 min walk from HERE! Open Hours- Everyday until midnight. ”
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Bar
“Most famous place where locals hang out. Very cool environment, with a lot of young people. ”
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