Pristina

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TripFlightHotel
1. March 2020
3. March 2020

The main language you will hear in the street is Albanian. English is widely spoken. Most of people from Kosovo, especially young people, speak at least a little English so you can more than likely get by. Navigating around the city is easy - the city centre is small and walkable. Serbian is Kosovo's other official language, but it is seldom heard on the streets in the capital. German is easily the next most widely spoken language. Ties between the Kosovo Albanian diaspora in Germany and Switzerland and Kosovo are very strong; many older Kosovo Albanians have worked there as guest workers in the past.

The main language you will hear in the street is Albanian. English is widely spoken. Most of people from Kosovo, especially young people, speak at least a little English so you can more than likely get by. Navigating around the city is easy - the city centre is small and walkable. Serbian is Kosovo's other official language, but it is seldom heard on the streets in the capital. German is easily the next most widely spoken language. Ties between the Kosovo Albanian diaspora in Germany and Switzerland and Kosovo are very strong; many older Kosovo Albanians have worked there as guest workers in the past.

Country:
Kosovo
Region:
Europe
Population:
200,000 people
Safe tap water:
No, contaminated
Internet speed:
11 Mbps
Best wireless carrier:
http://www.kosovotelecom.com/
Best coworking:
Best coffee:
Soma Book Station
Power:
230V50Hz

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