This Belgrade to Prishtina transfer tour combines two services. Transfer from Belgrade to Priština (or vice versa) with visit to Niš and Devil’s Town.  #YourSerbiaHost will be your driver and a licensed tour guide at the same time.

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Niš sightseeing
✓ Private transfer
Nature phenomenon
✓ Safe & reliable vehicles
Licensed guide
✓ Adjustable itinerary

Flow of Belgrade to Prishtina Transfer Tour 2023

#YourSerbiaHost will pick you up at the address of your hotel or other location in the city of Belgrade (or in Priština if you choose to take vice versa trip). Usual start time is 8am.

You’ll be in Niš after a two hour drive. The highway connecting Belgrade and Niš has one significance, this road uses the only natural passage through Balkan peninsula, connecting West Europe and Middle East.

Once in Niš, you’ll visit the notorious Skull tower, a memento from the Ottoman period and First Serbian uprising. Next stop will be Niš Fortress from the XVIII century, which plays important role in everyday life of local people.

In case you would like to visit Red Cross Concentration Camp and Bubanj Hill Memorial, we will adapt the itinerary accordingly and swap certain points of the original plan. Note that both the Skull Tower and Red Cross Camp are closed on Mondays.

From Niš you’ll continue further towards Devil’s Town. This attraction is in fact rare natural phenomenon and it was competing to get on the list of new world wonders. You’ll get a chance to explore the site where soil erosion creates unreal scenery.

After the Devils’ Town there is nearby local tavern as ideal lunch stop.

You’ll reach Priština in late afternoon.

Good to Know

Fit the transfer tour to match your needs
Tour plan and time frame in this description is not fixed. If you want to have this tour customized or you are traveling on a tight schedule, let us know.
Tour language
Default language of the tour is English, but if you require #YourSerbiaHost can also give you tour in Russian, German, French, Spanish and of course Serbian.
How to get in touch
There are several ways to reach us. By pressing «Send inquiry» button on the top right of this page (or at the bottom of the page if you are using mobile device). Through our Contact page, or calling our Phone|WhatsApp|Viber number +38163684466.
Important info
All travelers must have valid passports. It is traveler’s soul responsibility to comply with customs regulations considering luggage, cash and personal belongings
Opposite direction
This Belgrade to Prishtina transfer tour can be done in the opposite direction, from Priština to Belgrade with the same sightseeing stops.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) precautions on your side
  1. Please respect social distancing rules all the time (at least 1m, or 2m when possible)
  2. Please wear face cover while in the vehicle or other closed space (if you don’t have your own, we will provide)
  3. If you develop any respiratory infection symptoms before, during or after the tour, please let us know.
  4. When coughing or sneezing please use tissues or your elbow as cover
  5. Wash hands with soap and water whenever possible, but especially after use of toilet, before and after meals.
Booking the tour
Easiest way to to book this tour is to use our online booking and payment system. As soon as you click on «Book now» button bellow you’ll start reservation process over encrypted connection. If you need another way to book the tour Contact us.
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Available departures

This is a daily cruise.

We are sorry, there are no cabins available at this cruise at the moment


Price information

Transfer prices (prices are per transfer, not per person):
Direction Belgrade to Priština
1-3 persons 455€
4-5 persons 515€
6-8 persons 555€
Direction Priština to Belgrade
1-3 persons 575€
4-5 persons 655€
6-8 persons 695€
Services included in the price:
English speaking guide/driver
Door-to-door pickup and dropp-off
Tour organization
Bottled water during journey
Single-use surgical face mask if you don't have your own
What is extra:
Meals and admission fees
Personal expenses