Where is Kosovo?
Where is Kosovo? The Republic lies in the South East of Europe. In the heart of the so-called Balkans. On this page you will find out where Kosovo is situated within Europe and within the Balkans.
Where is Kosovo on the map of Europe? Because we drew a blue circle around the country, it is easy to see. Thus, it lies just below the yellow colored country Serbia, and above red colored Greece.
Kosovo has four neighboring countries. These are Macedonia, Albania, Serbia and Montenegro. The new state is a part of the Western Balkans. So this includes Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia and Albania. This Western Balkans are also known as the former Yugoslavia, although that was with Slovenia and without Albania.
Where is Kosovo on the map of the Balkans?
The distance between the new republic and Western Europe is short. For example: a drive between the country and France is 1800 kilometers. And a ride between Germany and the small Balkan state is 750 kilometers. You can fly within 2,5 hours between Europe’s capital Brussels and Kosovo’s capital Pristina. Istanbul (Turkey) is just one hour and 15 minutes away from Pristina by plane.
Where is Kosovo in the Balkans? As you can see on this map above, it is the blue colored country. Thus, it lies in the middle, in between the other countries. Therefore, it is just a couple of hours drive to the beaches of Albania and Montenegro. Even a ride to Greece is possible within around four hours.
If you are interested in the map of Kosovo, then you can take a look at this special page. It shows the major cities and gives further information. You can find below other suggestions for interesting pages.
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