The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) advise against all but essential travel to the municipalities of Zvečan, Zubin Potok and Leposavic, and to the northern part of the city of Mitrovica. See Northern Kosovo
There have been an increasing number of protests in the centre of Pristina, some of which have turned violent. Large protests are expected to take place on Saturday 28 November around Zahir Pajaziti Square in the centre of Pristina. You should take extra care and avoid large crowds or demonstrations.
The Kosovo police and Prime Minister have called on citizens to increase vigilance, to avoid where possible concerts, sporting events, night clubs, bus stations and shopping malls, and to alert the police about any concerns.
The security situation in Kosovo remains calm but tense. There have been violent clashes in the north and incidents involving grenades and vehicle explosions in northern Mitrovica. Incidents in the south are rarer, but violent demonstrations have occurred in Pristina.
If you intend to enter Kosovo from Serbia using the border crossing Gates 1 and 31 (Leposavic and Zubin Potok) you should consider alternative routes. See Northern Kosovo
Residual landmines and other unexploded ordnance remain in Kosovo, although all roads and tracks have been cleared. See Local travel
There is a general threat from terrorism. See Terrorism
Most visits to Kosovo are trouble-free.
Take out comprehensive travel and medical insurance before you travel.