Flights to Glogovac
Situated right in the heart of Kosovo is the town of Glogovac. Glogovac is in the Pristina district and is located only 30 kilometres from the centre of Pristina, the capital of Kosovo.
The nearest airport for flights to Glogovac is the Pristina International Airport (airport code: PRN), about 13 kilometres away from the town. It’s a very busy airport, and the only entry point for air travel to Kosovo. There are many flights to Glogovac from South Africa to choose from, in both 1 and 2 stop varieties. Turkish Airlines makes a single stop in Istanbul, and both British Airways and Virgin Atlantic have stops in London. A 2-stop flight to Glogovac with South African Airways makes connections in Cairo and Istanbul.
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The Tourist Attractions of Glogovac:
Glogovac isn’t really considered to be a tourist destination so if you’re coming here looking for many different things to see and do you’ll likely be disappointed. However, with Glogovac being within easy reach of Pristina the town could be considered a good base for exploring the capital city of Kosovo, and you may find accommodation is even cheaper in Glogovac than in the centre of Pristina. You could also consider a trip to Glogovac if you’re interested in experiencing the local culture, customs and people of Kosovo, as being less of a tourist destination the town presents a good opportunity for this.
Glogovac has a range of services though these may seem fairly basic to those used to a very good infrastructure. Since the Kosovo War the town has been improving and money has been spent on adding to the shops, facilities and services here.
The main road between Pristina and Pec runs through Glogovac so links to the capital are good by road and the journey should take around 40 minutes. The town of Pec is a little further at around 60 kilometres distant and a travel time by road of around 75 minutes.
Both Pristina and Pec do have a number of tourist attractions between them. Pristina doesn’t offer quite the same charm as some cities in this region of Europe, and the main thing to see is the city’s major landmark, the Clock Tower, plus you’ll find the Museum of Kosovo. It’s housed within an interesting building that stands out from the crowd and has exhibits on archaeological and ethnological artefacts.
Pec, also known as Peja, isn’t exactly a widely known tourist destination either but again it’s a great opportunity to experience some of the culture of Kosovo. The town has some attractive features and in the mountains close by to the town you can go skiing on un-crowded slopes. The Rugova Canyon is nearby too and this is one of the top tourist attractions in Kosovo. This scenic area is good for hiking.
When Should You Visit?:
Glogovac has a continental climate meaning it’s characterised by warm to hot summers and long, cold winters. This means the best time to visit is probably during the summer if you want to enjoy outdoor activities, or if skiing is more your thing come in the winter!