Visiting Kosovo’s main cities of Pristina and Prizen from Macedonia can be tricky unless you hire a car. On this full-day tour, travel comfortably by air-conditioned minivan from your Skopje accommodation and meet your guide in Pristina. Visit landmarks like the Monastery of Gracanica, the Kosovo National Library, the Open Air Archaeological Park, Carshi Mosque, Gazimestan Tower, and more. Head to Prizen and take a walking tour of the Ottoman-era Old Town.
If you want to explore a little further, this is one of the tours that will take you out of Macedonia, and into Bulgaria, to see and experience its capital, Sofia. Although, it’s a longer ride, we will be able to visit the most significant monuments and sites in Sofia, and enjoy in a tasteful lunch and coffee in one of the restaurants in the Central Square.
The driver/guide will pick you up from the hotel or any location of your preference in Skopje. This full day tour will start with a visit to a beautiful medieval monastery in Grachanica (90 km, approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes from Skopje), rebuilt in 1321 on the foundations of an Orthodox church from the 6th century. Then, we drive to Kosovo’s capital Prishtina (20 minutes from Grachanica). We will be able to visit the 26m high clock tower and the National Library. In the Independent House of Kosovo we will find out the story of the former president Ibrahim Rugova in the campaign for independence from Serbia, and see the Newborn Monument from 2008, when Kosovo declared its independence. Sultan Mehmet Fatih Mosque and Jashar Pasha Mosque are two beautiful Ottoman mosques and famous local attractions. Somewhere on the way, we will have lunch. In the end, we drive back to Skopje and will drop you off in any location of your preference in Skopje.
The naturally beautiful region of Mavrovo can be tricky to visit from Skopje without hiring a car. On this full-day tour, visit with ease and learn about the area from a guide. Depart from your Skopje hotel and learn about Mavrovo and its National Park on the way. Visit the monasteries of St. Jovan Bigorski and Rajcica and admire the stalactites and stalagmites at Sharko Cave. Enjoy a traditional Macedonian lunch.
On this tour, you can admire the large differences between Macedonia and Albania, in the landscape, culture, art... Until recently, Albania was a very closed country, and now it is a popular travel destination. Although it is a longer ride, it is worth it.
Explore Macedonia’s ancient history and get out of the city on this full-day tour. Depart from your hotel and travel in a private vehicle to Kokina, the ruins of an ancient observatory. Continue on to Osogovo Monastery and learn about the history from your guide. Pause for a local lunch before heading back to Skopje.
Our sightseeing transfers will enable you enjoy in the marvelous landscapes, driving through mountains and valleys, by rivers and lakes. It will show you how architecture and life differ from village to village, from town to town!
The sightseeing transfers are pleasant, touring drives that give you the opportunity of exploring and visiting beautiful sites in Macedonia that otherwise would have been missed out.
Our Sightseeing transfer from Skopje to Ohrid via National Park Mavrovo is an excellent chance to see one of the most beautiful mosques, the Painted Mosque in Tetovo, then enjoy driving through the National Park Mavrovo, visit St. Jovan Bigorski Monastery with its exceptional wooden iconostasis, you will have an option for a stop for local, tasty lunch at the picturesque village Jance, you will be driven along Debar and Globocica Lakes and along the purest river Radika. Just before arriving to Ohrid, you will pass through the second biggest town on Ohrid Lake, Struga.
The Macedonian town of Odrid and its lake—both UNESCO World Heritage–listed—sit 106 miles (171 km) to the south of Skopje. With this full-day tour, spin through the Macedonian countryside and reach Odrid with ease, and explore with your private guide. Discover top attractions such as the Gallery of Icons, 4th-century Samuel's Fortress, and St. Sofija church, and gain insight into centuries of Macedonian history. Enjoy free time to stroll along the lakeside, and perhaps browse the traditional pearl jewelry shops for which Ohrid is famous.
Visit Ohrid with ease from Skopje on this full-day tour. Depart from your Skopje hotel in a private vehicle. Admire the beauty of Lake Ohrid and learn about the area’s history from your guide. Visit the area’s many churches, including St. Sophia, St. Clement’s Church of the Holy Mother of God Most Glorious, and Plaoshnik, as well as the Roman amphitheater.
The Kosovan town of Pristina lies 57 miles (92 km) to the north of Skopje. On this private full-day tour, travel through Macedonia and into Kosovo, and reach Pristina in comfort. Explore UNESCO–listed treasures like the 14th-century Carshi Mosque, the Cathedral of St. Mother Teresa, and Skanderbeg Square, and listen as your private guide brings centuries of Kosovan history to life. Admire Byzantine architecture and ancient monuments among the modern cafes, and soak up the atmosphere in the bustling Old Town.
See the highlights of Skopje and its surrounds in one day on this private tour. Leave the city and ride a cable car up Mt. Vodno to admire its Millennium Cross before a visit to the nearby fresco-coated St. Pantelejmon Church and scenic Matka Canyon. Then, return to Skopje for a comprehensive city walking tour, viewing must-sees like the Stone Bridge, Old Bazaar, and Macedonia Square. Private air-conditioned transport with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
Macedonia tour or original name “BEAUTIFUL” Macedonia Tоur included visiting all main tourist atraction in Macedonia, including major city SKopje, National park Mavrovo and No1 tourist destination in Macedonia - Ohrid with wonderfull and beautifull Ohrid lake
Experience Macedonia’s rich culture and spectacular nature on this all-day excursion. After a convenient hotel pickup, visit beautiful Matka Canyon and travel in a small boat to Vrelo, one of the deepest underwater caves in the world. Check out the historic St. Andrej monastery, enjoy a delicious optional lunch, marvel at the Painted Mosque, and stop by an Ottoman-era Teke.
In this tour, we will be able to see and experience the quiet part of the country. In the beautiful Eastern region, we will visit Vinica, Lesnovo, Kratovo, and Kuklici. We will be able to walk across the Medievil bridges and streets and hear legends about the Stone Doll wedding.
From the capital, we are travelling to the main tourist attraction in Macedonia, the town of Ohrid. Ohrid lies on the shores of the oldest lake in Europe, Lake Ohrid. Everywhere in Ohrid, breathtaking views of the Lake will fill your eyes and cameras. Called the Jerusalem on The Balkans, Ohrid is the centre from where Christianity was spread in these lands.
If you enjoy being in nature, if you want to know and see more than the usual, if you want an experience beyond what every tourist does in Skopje, then go for our Canyon Matka tour and have a day to remember! Just sit and relax by the lake with a spectacular view on the cliffs in front of you, go on a boat tour to admire the tranquility of the canyon and visit the Vrelo Cave, enjoy a nice meal on the terass of the restaurant over the lake, rent a kayak and try your kayaking skills or simply explore the beautiful nature on the trails around!
During this half-day spent in nature you will feel as been somewhere far from the city but not a dozen kilometers away from it! The canyon Matka, one of the most popular outdoors destinations in the surrounding of Skopje, authentic nature, presented by the many endemic species of plants, animals and butterflies will make you want to come again!
Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia. It is the country's political, cultural, economic, and academic center.
The territory of Skopje has been inhabited since at least 4000 BC; remains of Neolithic settlements have been found within the old Kale Fortress that overlooks the modern city centre. Originally a Paeonian city, Skopje became the capital of Dardania in the second century BC. On the eve of the 1st century AD, the settlement was seized by the Romans and became a military camp. When the Roman Empire was divided into eastern and western halves in 395 AD, Skopje came under Byzantine rule from Constantinople. During much of the early medieval period, the town was contested between the Byzantines and the Bulgarian Empire, whose capital it was between 972 and 992.
The first and only private tour that you will explore the city from different perspective. Perspective that
a citizen of Skopje will know the city and till the end of the tour you will see Skopje from different
eyes. Unique tradition and one of a kind nature will warm your heart.
• Admire the modern part of Skopje
•Experience Skopje’s Old Bazaar
• Taste local desserts
Immerse yourself in the Skopje’s Ottoman past as you wander through its Old Bazaar full of interesting small coffee and souvenir shops. Try local delicacies such as Baklava in a local special store together with a nice sip of Turkish coffee. Admire the recent face lift of Skopje central area and Alexander the Great Square. This will be one of the most delicious tours you have ever tried. -This tour will take you through the modern part of Skopje where you will learn about the recent history of Skopje especially after the 1963 earthquake. Next you will be taken to the Old Bazaar where you will enjoy nicea coffee break and sample Turkish or Macedonian desserts(baklava, tullumba, trilece...). You will end the tour in the main square where you can be relaxed after e long walk
The eastern part of Macedonia abounds with exceptional natural beauties, and beautiful old churches and monasteries. We will visit two monasteries, not very far from Strumica, the monastery St. Leontius in Vodocha and the Monastery in Veljusa, dedicated to the Holy mother of God Eleusa. One of the masterpieces of nature, that we will explore, is the Kolesino waterfall. You will fall in love with this beautiful little place, nature carved in the hills of the Belasica mountain, not that far from the Kolesino village.
Tikvesh Winery offers different wine tasting options, giving you and your loved ones the perfect selection. Try Macedonia’s favorite semi-sweet semi-sparkling wine, Riesling for something on the sweeter side, or our highly awarded Tikves wines for those who prefer dry wines.