Kosovo has most certainly seen better days. Seemingly endless years of war have reduced some really beautiful cities to nothing more than rubble. But the spirit to live on is strong, and many of these towns are emerging from the ashes, perhaps none more so than Prizren. Prizren is alive again as domestic tourism looks for a place to relax. A combination of a remodelled old-town, iconic stone bridge and hilltop fort (with expansive views) make this old town a natural winner. With plenty of churches, mosques and temples as well as bars, cafes and restaurants, there's plenty to do day or night. Prizren is arguably the highlight of the country.