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Directions to Pristina with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Pristina

Bus stations near Pristina

Station Name Distance
Katedralja 4 min walk
Radio Kosova 6 min walk
Teatri 11 min walk

Bus lines to Pristina

Line Name Direction
1 Technical Faculty - Fushë Kosovë
3 Bregu i Diellit - Bardhosh
4 Bregu i Diellit - Germia
7C Kalabri - Qender
3/C Ibrahim Kelmendi
Questions & Answers
  • What are the closest stations to Pristina?

    The closest stations to Pristina are:

    • Katedralja is 295 meters away, 4 min walk.
    • Radio Kosova is 393 meters away, 6 min walk.
    • Teatri is 827 meters away, 11 min walk.
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  • Which Bus lines stop near Pristina?

    These Bus lines stop near Pristina: 1, 3, 4.

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  • How far is the bus stop from Pristina?

    The nearest bus stop to Pristina is a 4 min walk away.

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  • What’s the nearest bus stop to Pristina?

    The Katedralja stop is the nearest one to Pristina.

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  • What time is the first Bus to Pristina?

    The 1 is the first Bus that goes to Pristina. It stops nearby at 6:02 AM.

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  • What time is the last Bus to Pristina?

    The 1 is the last Bus that goes to Pristina. It stops nearby at 10:35 PM.

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Pristina
PristinaPristina (UK: , US: ) is the capital and largest city of Kosovo. The city's municipal boundaries in Pristina District form the largest urban center in Kosovo. After Tirana, Pristina has the second largest population of ethnic Albanians and speakers of the Albanian language. Inhabited by humans since prehistoric times, the area of Pristina was home to several Illyrian peoples. King Bardyllis of the Dardanians brought various tribes together in the 4th century BC and established the Dardanian Kingdom. The heritage of the classical era is represented by the settlement of Ulpiana, which was considered as one of the most influential Roman cities in the Balkan Peninsula.. At this time, the Proto-Albanians were inhabiting the regions of Kosovo and the inner Balkans. After the Roman Empire was divided into a western and an eastern half, the area remained within the Byzantine Empire between the 5th and 9th centuries. When the Slavs arrived in the region, the already living Albanians went up into the mountains while the Slavs were occupying the lowlands. In the middle of the 9th century, it was ceded to the First Bulgarian Empire, before falling again under Byzantine occupation in the early 11th century and then in the late 11th century to the Second Bulgarian Empire. In the late Middle Ages, Pristina was an important town in Medieval Serbia constituting the royal estate of Serbian kings. Following the Ottoman conquest of the Balkans, Pristina became an important mining and trading center due to its strategic position near the rich mining town of Novo Brdo. The city was known for its trade fairs and items, such as goatskin and goat hair as well as gunpowder. The first mosque in Pristina was built in the late 14th century while under Serbian rule.Pristina is the capital and the economic, financial, political and trade center of Kosovo, due to its location in the center of the country. It is the seat of power of the Government of Kosovo, the residences for work of the President and Prime Minister of Kosovo, and the Parliament of Kosovo. Pristina is also the most important transportation junction of Kosovo for air, rail, and roads. Pristina International Airport is the largest airport of the country and among the largest in the region. A range of expressways and motorways, such as the R 6 and R 7, radiate out the city and connect it to Albania and North Macedonia.

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