British national daily, The Telegraph, has listed Kosovo on it’s “unusual small group tour holidays” article.
Kosovo is the Europe’s newest country, which declared independence from Serbia in 2008 and is Regent Holiday’s newest addition to its Balkans programme.
This eight-day tour takes in the main highlights of the country, including its capital Prishtina, the Ottoman town of Prizren, the dramatic Rugova Gorge, plenty of delicious wine-tasting and waist-expanding meals.
One highlight among many on the tour includes a visit to the stunning Rugova Gorge, where the peaks of the Accursed Mountains, which straddle the border with Montenegro, rise up to 8,398ft and spectacular granite cliffs climb almost vertically for over 3,280ft. There are 13 villages in the Rugova region, many high waterfalls and two beautiful lakes.
There’s also the chance to explore the Rahoveci area, with its gentle sloping hills and abundant vineyards – and there’s nothing quite like an afternoon’s wine-tasting on a visit to Podrumi i Vjetër (the oldest winery in Kosovo).
The 8-day Kosovo in Depth Group Tour costs from £1,295pp, including international flights. For more information, call 020 7666 1277 or visit Regent Holidays.
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