Explore Skopje in one day Let's see - what is the Best from Skopje
Skopje has plenty of charm. Its Ottoman- and Byzantine-era sights are focused around the city's delightful (Skopje Old Bazaar, bordered by the 15th-century Stone Bridge and Kale Fortress – Skopje's guardian since the 5th century.
Don't forget to visit and Millennium Cross, Canyon Matka and Skopje Aqueduct for complete pictures from Skopje
The capital of Macedonia is the city of Skopje. It is the largest city in the country and at the same time it represents an administrative-political, economic, cultural and educational-scientific centre. It is located in the northern part of the country, divided into two parts by the river Vardar. The city in the course of its existence, depending on the historical circumstances, was named by different names, and its ancient name is Skupi.
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In price its included and boat drive with visit of Cave Vrelo and ticket for cable car for Millenium Cross
Skopje City Tour - The Best of Skopje -
Full day tour of Skopje where you will see all main attraction in Skopje in one day…
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel or any location in Skopje, with a comfortable A/C car/minivan and take you to the plateu where the Museum of Contemporary Art located.
This offers a wonderful view of the central part of Skopje and here the story about the city begins. Afterwards, the Fortress Kale is visited. What follows is a visit to the Mustapha Pasha Mosque, and then the Church of the Holy Saviour. Another visit is the one to the Museum of Macedonia which consists of three parts: an icon gallery, and an ethnological and historical departments.
Then we continue our stroll through the Old Bazaar where two more caravanserais can be seen Turkish Baths – Chifte Hammam and Daut Pasha Hammam, dating back to the 15th century. The tour continues towards the modern part of the city on the right bank of the River Vardar. Before we cross the Stone Bridge, which is one of the oldest landmarks of Skopje, we can see the Holocaust Memorial Centre and the Museum of the Macedonian Struggle for Independence, IMRO and the Victims of Communism.
On the other bank of the river is the main square Macedonia, with a lot of new statues and monuments. We walk along the main street Macedonia which connects the square to the Old Railway Station. We stay for a short visit to the Memorial House of Mother Teresa and end our tour in front of the Museum of the City of Skopje situated in the building of the Old Railway Station, which was partially destroyed by the earthquake in 1963. middle of Mount Vodno from where you continue by cable-car system to the Millennium Cross and back to middle Vodno.
Once back at middle Vodno you continue by the car/minivan to the village Gorno Nerezi, to see the church St. Pantelejmon. The tour continues with a visit to the canyon Matka, about 17 km from Skopje, continue to walk along the bank of the River Treska – which is famous for the competitions in kayaking that take place on it. We follow the path that goes by the dam and the man-made lake Matka and we reach the Monastery of St. Andrew.
After this we go on a boat ride on the canyon Matka (8km long) and we enjoy the magnificent surroundings, the scents of the flora and the songs of the numerous birds that live here. Visiting the cave Vrelo. If we are lucky, we will be able to see some wild animals like ducklings swimming in the lake, or a wild boar, a hare, or the like. After the visit of canyon Matka, back to Skopje for a walking tour through the old and new part of the town.
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As a bonus of the tour - we will visit and Skopje Aqueduct
The archaeological site Skopje Aqueduct is presumed to have been built by Justinian I during the period 527 - 554, which is why it is also called Justinian’s Aqueduct. There are also assumptions that it was built in the 16th century, during the Ottoman Empire. The aqueduct is located north of the center of the city of Skopje, at a distance of 3 km of air line from Macedonia square, i.e. 5-6 km road distance.