Drive to Desan village. Next to the Bistrica River, amongst the steep cliffs of the Prokletije Mountains surrounded by verdant forests and with an abundance of water, Holy King Stefan founded the Dečani Monastery of Christ the Savior, the most glorious piece of the rich heritage of churches and monasteries left behind by the Nemanjić dynasty. Within Dečani’s marble walls, magnificent frescoes, and sculptures, the very spiritual identity and historical memory of the Serbian people is imbedded and thus forever preserved. Organized visit of the Monastery which treasury is the richest among the monastery collections in Serbia. It contains very valuable works of applied art from the 14th to the 19th century, and it reveals not only the creation in the monastery and the centuries-old collecting of the most beautiful liturgical items, but also the attitude of the Dečani monks towards them.
Next to Gjakova, in Bistrazin, visit of the Terzijski bridge. it is thought to have been constructed at the end of the 15th century. This is due to the bridge having been erected on a medieval route, which connected Gjakova with Prizren, and that the bridge was later expanded (a result of changes of flow in the river). In the 18th century it experienced major modifications, which gave it its current appearance.
Lunch at Prizren on the famous pedestrian street Shuaib Spahiu by the old stone bridge (Ura e Gurit).
Prizren, famous for its ancient architecture, has always been a nerve center for the Ottomans. Indeed, its position made it possible to control all the trading routes. After its capture by the armies of the Ottoman Empire, the city became the capital of the region that extended as far as Tetovo in Macedonia. Visit to the Shadervan district, the Sinan Pasha Mosque, the Mahmet Pasha Hamam (if possible), the Helvetis Tekke and the building of the League of Prizren.
Direction Prishtina, capital of the last state born and not yet recognized by all nations. Since its inception, Prishtina has been at the heart of many conflicts and divisions. The Romans, then the Ottomans, the wars and finally the Serbian attempt in 1999 to put an end to the actions of the Kosovo Liberation Army left its mark on the cultural and social life of the inhabitants. Today, a young and dynamic population is trying to revive the economy of the city, the lung of Kosovo. Visit of the heart of the Kosovar capital which is teeming with life with its many clubs, bars and restaurants.
Dinner in a traditional restaurant and overnight at the hotel.