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Skopje

Skopje, is internationally famous for being the birthplace of Mother Teresa, and she would be proud of the helpful, hospitable attitude that Skopje locals demonstrate towards visitors. Despite the recent trouble in the Balkans, Skopje has blossomed into a thriving, stimulating city to explore, defining itself as an exciting tourist destination.

Skopje was an Ottoman city for 5 centuries, which is evident in its magnificent architecture and sumptuous cuisine. It is divided by the River Vardar into the predominantly Muslim half north of the river, to the mostly Christian Orthodox side to the south of the river. There has been a large influx of foreigners since the NATO intervention into Kosovo, which adds to the cosmopolitan allure of the city.
Skopje is a lively, young city with lots of fun loving folk who like to be out, whether it’s at cafés, bars and clubs socializing with friends, or in active outdoor pursuits. Skopje has numerous dance clubs for a small city, which speaks to its spirit and energy. There are also a wide range of outdoor activities, from horse riding to rock climbing to keep every type of visitor entertained

Package:

2 overnights in a hostel (dorm), and rakija crawl.

€ 50,- per person

 

Overnight in a 3* hotel in double room € 25,- extra per person

 

We can arrange more tours in Skopje like: Gourmand evening, Wine tasting, Clubbing Tour, Jasen reserve, Sightseeing tours in Skopje, Ohrid, Bitola and Strumica. Also we can arrange transfer to Skopje for you. Send us an inquiry.

 

 

RAKIJA CRAWL

If you would like to meet the strongest flavours of Macedonia, then this is the tour for you.  It includes a visit to Rakiјa Bars in the old part of town where you will be told the story of the rakija (Macedonian brandy) and the city itself.  

The tour starts at 19.00 hrs and last 2 hours. You will get 5 different rakija drinks, “meze“- snack to enhance and complement the taste of rakija, presentation about the history of making rakija, transport and English speaking guide. Minimum required for the tour is 4 persons.

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