Kosovo lies in Southeastern Europe or the rest of the central part of the Balkan Peninsula. It is the youngest in this region, declared in 2008, becoming the last part of the former Yugoslavia. The state of Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Montenegro borders it. The population of Kosovo is 1.8 million, while its territory is 10,880 km2. Peja ranks among the big cities of Kosovo with 100,000 inhabitants and lies in its northwest. It is an accessible city thanks to the completion of the extension and the creation of good transport. To get to Peja, you can use the transport according to the comfort and price that suits you best.
Airplane travel is carried out through the international airport of Pristina “Adem Jashari,” which is located 10 km away from the capital of Pristina or 70 km away from the tourist destination of Peja.
By taxi that you can find at the airport or before your arrival, contact taxis in Peja that offer a very comfortable transport service.
Shuttle Bus runs from the airport to the central bus station in the capital of Pristina, and then you will take the bus to the city of Peja. The bus to the town of Peja from platform number 1, while for the travel schedule, see the link
Traveling by train is also one of the possibilities to reach the city of Peja, where you can enjoy the fascinating panorama of nature and the beauty of authentic villages. Train traffic has regional and local scopes:
The regional connection is Pristina – Skopje (North Macedonia), from which you can travel to other countries. While inside Kosovo, the Prishtina-Peja line is functional twice a day, and the journey takes 2 hours.
You can take a Taxi or walk from the station to the city center; you are only 15 minutes away from the center.
Traveling by car is the most developed transport in Kosovo. Kosovo is also ranked as the country with the best road infrastructure compared to neighboring countries, where it has built highways that connect neighboring countries with Kosovo and the connections of cities within.
North Macedonia: Entry can be through the border points of “Hani te Elezit” from where you have to follow the highway to Pristina and Peja.
Albania: Entry from Albania can be done through the border point “Qafa e Morinina” following the highway from Prizren – Pristina – Pejë, while through the border point “Çaf-thane” you can reach via Junik – Deçan – Pejë.
Montenegro: Entry from Montenegro takes place from the border point of “Kulla,” which is located north of Peja and only 30km from Peja.
Serbia: Entry through the state of Serbia takes place at the transitional point of “Merdare,” where you then have to follows the highway of Pristina and Peja
It is very important to point out that in terms of traffic infrastructure Kolašin has an extraordinary position, as it relies on Trans-European road network. A part of that network – E – 763 (M – 21) from Serbian Border to Ribarevine joins the main direction of E roads in Montenegro, marked E–80, i.e. E–65, which connect with Italy.
The following roads pass through Kolašin:
M–2 – Debeli Brijeg, Croatian Border, Herceg Novi – entrance, Petrovac, Podgorica, Kolašin, Mojkovac, Bijelo Polje, Berane, Rožaje, Špiljani, Serbian Border, which are marked as E-75 and E-80 in Trans-European road network.
M–9 – Kolašin, Mateševo, Andrijevica, Murino, Bjeluha, Serbian Border. This road is categorized as main road.
M–21 – Serbian Border, Bijelo Polje, Ribarevina, marked as E–763 Trans-European road network.
Kolašin has a rather favorable touristic and geographic position and it is considered an important transit tourist center in Montenegro, since both Belgrade-Bar Railway and main road Podgorica-Belgrade pass through.
Nearest airport is located 80 kilometers from Kolašin. The airport is located in Golubovci, in the vicinity of Podgorica, the capital.
Railway Belgrade-Bar passes through Kolašin. That is how Kolašin is connected with the Port of Bar, i.e. Adriatic Sea, whereas through Belgrade it is connected with Central Europe, and in one part with Western Europe, and in other part with Eastern Europe.
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