Kosovo is a self-declared independent country within Serbia, and not a very big one. But, when you’re in Serbia do head over to Kosovo, explore a bit of the cute towns, beautiful nature and kindness of the people.
The local currency is the Euro.
Here you find the current exchange rate.
Muslim 95.6%, Roman Catholic 2.2%, Orthodox 1.5%, other 0.07%, none 0.07%, unspecified 0.6%.
Albanians 92.9%, Bosniaks 1.6%, Serbs 1.5%, Turk 1.1%, Ashkali 0.9%, Egyptian 0.7%, Gorani 0.6%, Romani 0.5%, other/unspecified 0.2%.
Albanian (official) 94.5%, Bosnian 1.7%, Serbian (official) 1.6%, Turkish 1.1%, other 0.9% (includes Romani), unspecified 0.1%.
Where is Kosovo?
The Middle East kingdom of Jordan is bordered on the west by Israel and the Dead Sea, on the north by Syria, on the east by Iraq, and on the south by Saudi Arabia.
Is Kosovo safe?
Kosovo is mostly safe to visit. Violent crime exists but is mostly related to organized crime, and most dangers are of petty nature.
Do I need a visa for Kosovo?
It depends on the country you are from. Check here if you need a visa to travel to Kosovo.
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