1 Tetori arena was built during the Yugoslavian rule, on the Sunnyhill neighbourhood of Prishtina. It’s pretty easy to distinguish from its massive red roof and the wide open location it’s in. It’s one of the biggest sport centers in Prishtina. That massive red roof covers the courts of many basketball, volleyball and martial arts clubs, break dancing and folk dancing crews etc.
I myself have had many months of training here in Tae kwon do and basketball. I have made many new friends with whom I’ve run hundreds of laps around the entire building during summer days before practice, so it’s a place of good memories. As a tourist, there wouldn’t be much to do here for you except for watching the occasional basketball tournaments or concerts. Luckily, the municipality of Prishtina recently extended the capabilities of this sport center by building a new outdoors court for everyone to enjoy. You can play streetball on the green court or ping pong on one of the four cement tables. It’s a moderately big playground for people of any age.
I personally like hanging out in the little corridor between the arena itself and the outdoor court. It reminds me of secretly taking breaks from the laps when no one was looking. It’s also a bit more isolated and quiet, making it a chill, out-of-sight spot. So if you wake up feeling a little more vital than usual and want to have an active day, you know where to come.