Prizren is a historic city located in Kosovo. It is the administrative center of the eponymous municipality and district. The city has a population of around 178, 000, making it the second largest city in Kosovo. Walking to Catholic Helpful lady church, sightseeing of St. Nicola church, Shadravan square, Levishka church (UNESCO), Hamam, turkish bath, Arasta mosque, Albanian Prizren ligue museum, Bajrakli mosque, Sinan pasha mosque, Old stone bridge and end the tour of Prizren in the center of the city. You won’t be overwhelmed with sightseeing choices in Pristina, which is not so bad because it affords much more time to sit back and enjoy the energetic vibe of Europe’s youngest capital – perhaps its greatest draw. Have a stroll along Nena Tereza Boulevard, the main pedestrian drag, to get a sense of the pace of life before making your way to one of the city’s numerous cafes.