48 hour in Peja


Two days is not much for Peja as it has much to offer, but you also have a lot to experience. Remember to enjoy your morning coffee in the beautiful square in the city centre while you will start your experience with a visit to the cultural path in Peja. This path contains 14 points of immovable heritage that present Peja and its development in different periods, starting from those of Iliro Dardane up to the present day. Among the points you will visit are: The old houses of the city, the tower houses, religious objects such as the Catholic and Orthodox mosque and churches, the hammam, the mill of Haxhi Zeke, etc. While in the Museum of Peja, you can learn about the culture and traditions of the inhabitants of this city, which are presented through artefacts. On the first day, we suggest you also visit the Drin i Bardh waterfall, which is a gem of nature and has been a legally protected area since 1983 due to its natural landscape, spring and waterfall, biodiversity and the cave “The Beauty of Asleep” which is found at this point.

The second day will be a day for outdoor adventure. We suggest you visit the Bjeshket of Rugova, the most beautiful part of the Bjeshket e Nemuna national park. These mountains have lovely nature, attractive landscapes, rich biodiversity, flora and fauna, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, etc. An attraction that must be visited is the two lakes of Rugova (lake Liqenat and Drelajve). The path to visiting these lakes is simple, and you will reach the lakes in an average of 2 hours. The evenings in Peja are fun and full of entertainment as you will spend your time in any of the restaurants that offer a quiet environment and a menu of traditional foods full of flavour. At the same time, you can continue your fun in any of the city’s bars.

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