With its rich cultural heritage, living café culture and spectacular mountain scenery, Prizren is the best-kept secret in Kosovo.
The city lies in a valley between mountains on one side and the ruins of a citadel on the other side. Through the heart of the city flows the river Lumbardh over a bed of boulders under many bridges that cross the city.
From the castle, the old city gushes from the hill to the cobbled Shadervan Square, flanked by the iconic Sinan Pasha Mosque.
With an intoxicating mix of Ottoman and Byzantine architecture, Prizren earns his alternative name: "The Museum in the open air".