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Skopje Weekend Break tour

Skopje Weekend Break tour - Skopje, Macedonia

Duration: 3 days
Location: Skopje, Macedonia

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$389.15

The Macedonian capital, Skopje is well connected with many European cities through low cost flights. This weekend break aims to offer any visitor a possibility to explore Skopje and its surroundings in a short weekend break ... More info ›

The Macedonian capital, Skopje is well connected with many European cities through low cost flights. This weekend break aims to offer any visitor a possibility to explore Skopje and its surroundings in a short weekend break. It is a very attractive tourist destination with its fortress, cultural and historical monuments, archaeological cities, caves in the canyon of the river Treska and Lake Matka and a health spa in the eastern part of the city. Skopje also is a modern, political, economic and cultural center. We will visit the monastery St. John Bigorski, one of the most beautiful monasteries in the Balkans and comprises the unique altar masterly wood-carved in deep carves. We continue to Ohrid (the City of Light) with 365 churches in XIX Century, and with more than 50 active churches today, and certainly, a city built on the shores of one of the most phenomenal natural beauties – Lake Ohrid, a central Macedonian tourist destination.

Day 1. Skopje airport– Skopje– Matka- Skopje

Meet at the airport and drive to Skopje the capital of Macedonia. It is a very attractive tourist destination with its fortress, cultural and historical monuments, archaeological cities, caves in the canyon of the river Treska and Lake Matka and a health spa in the eastern part of the city. Skopje also is a modern, political, economic and cultural center. The downtown, hides interesting sites that need careful attention: the old station, (a reminder of the earthquake of 1963) the archaeological museum, the memorial house of Saint Teresa of Calcutta, Macedonia Square with numerous monuments like the monumental statue of Alexander The Great, the Stone Bridge, the Museum of Holocaust, the old bazaar, the church of St. Spas with the beautiful wood-carved iconostasis (19th century), the Daut Pasha Hammam, now an art gallery, one of the largest and finest examples of Ottoman architecture in the Balkans, KapanHan, (15th century), the Mustafa Pasha Mosque(15thcentury),etc. 
Matka Canyon The Canyon Matka is situated close to the capital Skopje, in one of the oldest artificial lakes in Macedonia and spreads over 5000 hectares making it one of the most popular natural destinations for nature lovers. In the canyon, there are 10 caves. It is also referred to as the Butterfly Canyon. 
Vrelo Cave Located on the right bank of the Treska River, Vrelo Cave was listed as one of the top 77 natural sites in the world in the New7Wonders of Nature project and made it to the semi-finals. Vrelo Cave has many stalactites and two lakes within it making this a very interesting site. Though the exact depth of the cave is unknown, some speculate that it could be one of the deepest underwater caves in the world. Overnight in Skopje

Day 2. Skopje – Sv. John Bigorski – Ohrid(UNESCO) – Skopje

After breakfast drive to Ohrid through Mavrovo visiting the monastery St. John Bigorski. It is one of the most beautiful monasteries in the Balkans and comprises the unique altar masterly wood-carved in deep carves. After visiting the monastery St. John Bigorski we continue to Ohrid (the City of Light) with 365 churches in XIX Century, and with more than 50 active churches today, and certainly, a city built on the shores of one of the most phenomenal natural beauties – Lake Ohrid, where we visit: Church “St. Sofia”, “St. Clement”, a classic Orthodox Byzantine church, dominating the Old Town, demonstrates the link between Byzantine and Italian Renaissance art. At “Plaoshnik”, in the 9 the century, St. Clement of Ohrid founded the first University of Europe and educated 3.500 students, St. John at Kaneo, stands alone on a small promontory which juts out into the Lake at the western end of the Old Town, and provides spectacular panoramic views of the Lake and surrounding mountains, Samuil fortress, etc. Overnight in Skopje.
Day 3. Skopje – Skopje Airport

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Ohrid Weekend Break

Ohrid Weekend Break - Ohrid, Macedonia

Duration: 3 days
Location: Ohrid, Macedonia

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$422.37

Ohrid is the gem of Macedonian tourism and as such deserves to be explored. This weekend break gives you the opportunity to explore Ohrid and the Macedonian capital, Skopje in a short stay making use of the increasing low cost flights into Ohrid international airport

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Ohrid is the gem of Macedonian tourism and as such deserves to be explored. This weekend break gives you the opportunity to explore Ohrid and the Macedonian capital, Skopje in a short stay making use of the increasing low cost flights into Ohrid international airport

Day 1. Ohrid Airport – Ohrid – St. Naum (boat trip) – Ohrid

Meet at the airport and transfer to the hotel. After checking in the hotel we start the Ohrid visits with its main attractions: the Church St. Sofia, built between the 11th and 14th century, which was the seat of the Archbishop. “St. Clement”, a classic Orthodox Byzantine church, dominating the Old Town, demonstrates the link between Byzantine and Italian Renaissance art. At “Plaoshnik”, in the 9 the century, St. Clement of Ohrid founded the first University of Europe and educated 3.500 students. St. John at Kaneo, stands alone on a small peninsula which juts out into the lake at the western end of the Old Town and provides spectacular panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains, Samuil fortress, Saint Painteleimon Church, The Holy Virgin of Peribleptos Church, Icon Gallery and old Bazaar. After lunch, the tour continues with a boat trip to St. Naum monastery. Built on the rocky hill right above the lake, the monastery of St. Naum is one of the most beautiful pilgrimage spots in Macedonia. 

 Day 2. Ohrid – Stobi – Skopje the capital – Ohrid

After breakfast driving to Skopje through Stobi where we visit: The old city of Stobi “…Stobis, vetus urbs…”, is considered by many to be the most famous archaeological site in the Republic of Macedonia, as the Roman historian Livy named it, was the largest city in the northern part of the Roman province Macedonia, later capital city of the Roman province Macedonia Secunda, an important urban, military, administrative, trade and religious centre of two large empires: Roman and Early Byzantine. After Stobi we continue our trip to Skopje The capital of Macedonia, situated in the Skopje Valley. It is a very attractive tourist destination with its fortress, cultural and historical monuments, archaeological cities, caves in the canyon of the river Treska and Lake Matka and a health spa in the eastern part of the city. Skopje also is a modern, political, economic and cultural center. Skopje, and especially the downtown, hides interesting sites that need careful attention: the old station, (a reminder of the earthquake of 1963) the archaeological museum, the memorial house of Saint Teresa (born in Skopje in 1910 as Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu,), Macedonia Square with numerous monuments like the monumental statue of Alexander The Great, the Stone Bridge, the Museum of Holocaust, the old bazaar, the church of St. Spas with the beautiful wood-carved iconostasis (19th century), the Daut Pasha Hammam, now an art gallery, one of the largest and finest examples of Ottoman architecture in the Balkan, Kapan an, (15th century), the Mustafa Pasha Mosque (15th century), etc. After these visits return to Ohrid for overnight. Hotel 3*.

Day 3 Ohrid – Ohrid Airport

After breakfast free to explore on your own until the time of departure to the Airport.

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Ohrid Half Day Walking Tour

Ohrid Half Day Walking Tour - Ohrid, Macedonia

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Ohrid, Macedonia

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$84.83

This is a tour aimed to explore one of the most important towns in Macedonia, for those with very limited time or even if you are just passing by.

The city of Ohrid situated on the shore of the Lake with the same name is one of the oldest human settlements in Europe of the most visited places in the country. In ancient time known by the name of Lychnidos (the City of Light), it became an important trading centre ... More info ›

This is a tour aimed to explore one of the most important towns in Macedonia, for those with very limited time or even if you are just passing by.

The city of Ohrid situated on the shore of the Lake with the same name is one of the oldest human settlements in Europe of the most visited places in the country. In ancient time known by the name of Lychnidos (the City of Light), it became an important trading centre. As an important Christian place of pilgrimage, Ohrid became a place where new styles of fresco and icon painting were found. In the medieval times it was the Seat of Ohrid Archbishopric. A city with 365 churches in XIX Century, and with more than 50 active churches today, and certainly, a city built on the shores of one of the most phenomenal natural beauties – Lake Ohrid, is a central Macedonian tourist destination. Ohrid and Lake Ohrid are on the list of world protected heritage sites of UNESCO since 1980.

The tour starts with visit of the main square. Than continue with the visits of the old part of the city. We will visit the church of St. Sophia, one of the most important monuments of Macedonia, housing architecture and art from the Middle ages It was built in the 10th century over the foundations of an early Christian basilica. Than continue to visit the Ancient Theatre built about 2000 years ago, in the late Hellenic period. Continue with Palosnik, an archaeological site and holy place, where the first University in Europe. We will visit also the Icon Gallery and The church of Perivleptos, dating back from 13century. Proceed to Samuel’s Fortress built during the reign of Tsar Samuel (976-1014) and was a capital of his state. We will visit also the church of St. Jovan Kaneo, the symbol of Ohrid and of Macedonian tourism.

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Visit Kosovo for two days from Skopje

Visit Kosovo for two days from Skopje - Skopje, Macedonia

Duration: 7 to 8 hrs
Location: Skopje, Macedonia

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$191.02

Visit Kosovo for two days from Skopje

This is a concentrated tour of the major monuments of Kosovo using the easier access with low-cost airlines at the airport of Skopje the capital of Macedonia. This Kosovo tour still manages to give the visitor a full picture of  what this new country  has on offer ... More info ›

Visit Kosovo for two days from Skopje

This is a concentrated tour of the major monuments of Kosovo using the easier access with low-cost airlines at the airport of Skopje the capital of Macedonia. This Kosovo tour still manages to give the visitor a full picture of  what this new country  has on offer.  

Day 1: Skopje – Gadima Cave – Gracanica – Ulpiana – Pristina

We will meet in Skopje and transfer to the beautiful Gracanica Orthodox Monastery located a few miles southeast of Pristina. Founded in 1321 Gracanica was commissioned by Serbian King Stefan Milutin and it was declared Monument of Culture of Exceptional Importance in 1990, while in 13 July 2006 it was placed on the UNESCO's World Heritage List. Just a short drive south is the archaeological site of Ulpiana, the capital of Dardania, an Illyrian kingdom pre-dating the Romans as it was mentioned by Strabo an ancient Greek author. However it flourished under the Roman Empire and was mentioned as a glorious city “Urb Splendisima”. Ulpiana suffered numerous attacks from barbarian tribes and earthquakes. Emperor Justinian rebuilt it and called it “Justiniana Secunda”.On the way to Pristina we will also visit Gadima Cave, a karst limestone cave also known as Marble Cave. It was discovered by chance by a villager cutting stone in 1966 and remains largely unexplored.After these visits will continue in the direction of Pristina here we take a walk through the capital Pristina exploring its main attractions in the centre and surroundings including: National Library, Saint Mother Teresa Cathedral, the Saint Mother Teresa Boulevard, the monument of Scanderbeg (Albanian National Hero), the Clock Tower, Kosovo Government buildings and the “New Born” monument which is becoming the symbol of this new state. Of particular interest are the Ottoman period mosques of Prishtina with probably the most beautiful, being the Fatih Mosque dating back to 1461 during the golden era of Sultan Mehmet II. Its huge ceiling domed cupola crowns a splendidly painted floral interior of Arabesque design. Nearby is Pristina's oldest building, the Çarshia Mosque completed in 1389. We end our tour  with a visit to the National Museum. Overnight in Pristina.

Day 2: Pristina - Prizren – Skopje

After breakfast we drive to  Prizren, the second largest in the country, is a beautiful city situated on the slopes of the Sharr Mountains in southern Kosovo, close to the border with Albania. It is a historic city known for the arts and crafts something which becomes obvious as soon as you approach the centre, with cobble stone roads, beautifully crafted shops, bars and restaurants built in a typical Ottoman architecture. Prizren offers some great religious monuments representing different faiths, with the 14th century Orthodox Church of “Our Lady of Ljevis” being the most important, becoming part of the UNESCO list of protected Medieval Monuments of Kosovo in 2006. Other monuments and sites we visit are: The Mosque of Sinan Pasha built in 1615, the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour (Prizren's main Catholic church from 1870), House of the League of Prizren, the Stone Bridge and bazaar. Departure to Skopje.

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Best of Macedonia Tour

Best of Macedonia Tour - Skopje, Macedonia

Duration: 5 days
Location: Skopje, Macedonia

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$755.77

This is quite a comprehensive tour of Macedonia which has been developed to offer the visitors the possibility to explore and experience the best the country offers. It does highlight all the major attractions that the country offers including special important UNESCO places, yet it is compact enough to be completed in the time span of a long weekend.

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This is quite a comprehensive tour of Macedonia which has been developed to offer the visitors the possibility to explore and experience the best the country offers. It does highlight all the major attractions that the country offers including special important UNESCO places, yet it is compact enough to be completed in the time span of a long weekend.

Day 1. Skopje Airport – Tetovo – Ohrid (200 km, 3 hours drive)Meet and greet at the airport and transfer to Tetovo one of the largest cities in Macedonia home to a majority ethnic Albanian population, to visit one of its most important monuments known as the Painted or Decorated Mosque. The colourful mosque was originally built in 1438 and later rebuilt in 1833 by Abdurrahman Pasha. It was financed by two sisters from Tetovo. More than 30,000 eggs were used to prepare the paint and glaze that went into the elaborate decorations. We continue onto Ohrid a UNESCO site where we take a visit of the old town and a few other sites: Church St. Sofia, built between the 11th and 14th century, which was the seat of the Archbishop. “St. Clement”, a classic Orthodox Byzantine church, dominating the Old Town, demonstrates the link between Byzantine and Italian Renaissance art. St. John at Kaneo, stands alone on a small peninsula which juts out into the lake at the western end of the Old Town, and provides spectacular panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains.Overnight in Ohrid .

Day 2. Ohrid – Bitola – Ohrid (UNESCO) (150 km, 3.5 hours drive)After breakfast drive to Bitola the second largest in the country, historically known as Monastir or Manastır and often called the city of consuls during the Ottoman period, since many European countries had their consulates there. Bitola is one of the oldest cities on the territory in the Republic of Macedonia. It was founded as Heraclea Lyncestis by Philip II of Macedon in the middle of the 4th century BC.  After this we we visit the rich Museum of Bitola and return to Ohrid. Overnight in Ohrid.

 Day 3. Ohrid – Kalista – Vevcani – Struga – St. Naum – Ohrid (130 km, 3 hours drive)After breakfast drive Kalishta to visit the monastery complex of small cave churches situated high up in the rocks. The trip continues towards the village Vevcani built on a steep hillside and sheltered by a mountain. The famous Vevcani springs have a water flow of between 400-4000Lt/sec. Continue on to Struga where the Black Drim river starts its journey to the Adriatic and then after return to Ohrid. In the afternoon take a boat trip to St. Naum Monastery. In the monastery we follow the path of St. Naum, meeting the legends of all the miracles he made.

Day 4. Ohrid – Stobi – Skopje (260 km, 4 hours drive)After breakfast we drive to Skopje capital of Macedonia on the Vardar River. On the way visit Stobi archaeological site, thought to be the most important excavation in Macedonia.  In Skopje we, visit the old Turkish bazaar and Mahmut Pasha Hammam, the Castle of Skopje, the memorial house of Mother Teresa, the Macedonia Plaza and stone bridge. Overnight in Skopje.

Day 5. Skopje – Airport After breakfast free to explore until time of transfer to the airport.

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Skopje Full-Day Tour Including Millennium Cross and Matka Canyon

Skopje Full-Day Tour Including Millennium Cross and Matka Canyon  - Skopje, Macedonia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Skopje, Macedonia

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$42.71

Discover Skopje's top attractions and it’s surroundings. Follow your friendly and knowledgeable guide through the street of Skopje, beginning with the new “Skopje 2014th”, across the Stone Bridge, through the Old Town and then up to the fortress Kale ... More info ›

Discover Skopje's top attractions and it’s surroundings. Follow your friendly and knowledgeable guide through the street of Skopje, beginning with the new “Skopje 2014th”, across the Stone Bridge, through the Old Town and then up to the fortress Kale. Enjoy a ride up to the Millennium Cross at the top of Mount Vodno for a spectacular panoramic view on Skopje. Visit St. Pantelejmon church, before heading to Matka canyon.

Discover Skopje on a walking tour. Meet your guide at Gate Macedonia, near the main Macedonia square, and explore the new and old part of the town, all the way to the fortress Kale.

Then, from fortress Kale the tour continues to Mount Vodno and, by cable-car, to the Millennium Cross. Once back at middle Vodno you continue by organized transport to the village Gorno Nerezi to see St. Pantelejmon church.

Next, head to Matka canyon, about 17 km from Skopje.

Tour's top attractions:

  • Gate Macedonia/ Macedonia Square
  • Grand fountain of Alexander the Great
  • Pedestrian shopping street Makedonija
  • Memorial House of Mother Theresa
  • Green market
  • House of Parliament
  • Archeological Museum
  • Stone Bridge
  • The Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Independence
  • The Holocaust Memorial Center
  • Square Philip II
  • Daut Pasha Hammam
  • The Old Bazaar, with its mix of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture and hundreds of little craftsman shops and tearooms
  • Kapan Han
  • Chifte Hammam
  • Suli Han
  • St. Holy Salvation
  • Mustapha Pasha Mosque
  • Skopje’s fortress Kale
  • Cablecar system to Millennium Cross
  • St. Pantelejmon church
  • Matka canyon
  • St. Andrew church

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