Explore Macedonia! We offer various tours and trips around the country


Skopje is the capital of Macedonia. A large part of the city is newly built, as many buildings collapsed during the earthquake in 1963. The city’s most attractive neighborhood is Skopje old town with its bazaar. The area is full of authentic shops and restaurants, and home to The Church of Holy Savior and numerous monuments from the Ottoman Empire era. This particular part of the city has a unique charm, the five hundred years of Ottoman influence in the region has left a strong mark, giving Skopje a distinct oriental feel and look. Many interesting and important historical and cultural monuments from that period have remained intact and on this tour we will visit most of them. Among the most prominent sites is the Sultan Murat Mosque (also known as Mustafa Pasha Mosque, famously built by Sultan Murat II), the Ottoman Inns (Hans), and the Old Bazaar which is a genuine Balkan experience with its many small streets and houses, handicraft shops, restaurants and coffee places. Once we cross the River Vardar over the ancient Stone Bridge which is the symbol of Skopje and a characteristic element of the coat of arms of the city and head to the modern part of town, we will arrive on the right side of the river. At the newly rebuilt Macedonia square, we’ll see the grandiose statue of Alexander the Great taking center stage, while smaller statues and buildings with eye-catching architecture surround it. Walking along the main street, Macedonia Street, we’ll come to the Mother Teresa’s memorial house. The Peace Nobel Prize winner Mother Teresa was born and brought up not so far away from the memorial house.



Visit the church St.Panteleimon on the Mountain Vodno and the Millennium Cross from where will be able to see a panoramic view of the City of Skopje, as well as the beautiful landscape of the surrounding mountains and their green valleys. We will continue to Canyon Matka where we will have the opportunity to enjoy the vast natural beauty of the canyon. Visitors will have a possibility to go to the deepest cave Vrelo. The oldest Christian church is located nearby, dating from the 13th century and representing the true Macedonian tradition.


The Macedonian wine story is a story with countless characters, flavors and secret recipes that have been traditionally passed down from generation to generation for centuries. “It’s a story that knows no beginning or end” – this is a statement of the Macedonian winemakers who are very proud of their tradition of growing grapevines from many different and unique grape varieties and the wine production. The wine in Macedonia is one of the symbols of the country, along with the sun, the delicious and tasty food and the endless natural beauty. According to ancient storytellers that you will meet on the plantations of grapevines, the greatest secret of the Macedonian wines is the Sun that in the region of the Republic of Macedonia gives its specificity to each grape. Once you are on the route from Veles to Kavadarci, Negotino, and Demir Kapija to Gevgelija your tour will be overloaded with vineyards and large or small wineries which with their architecture tell the Macedonian wine story in the most authentic way.

Over the past ten years, Macedonia has intensively developed the wine tourism through small wineries that bring original atmosphere and take you right back to the history and the original traditions of enjoying wine and life. The scenic route from the North to the South of Macedonia, involves numerous stops at authentic wine houses and wineries, functioning as small oases on the way. We offer a variety of wonderful wine tours to suit all tastes and preferences, pairing traditional and delicious wines with authentic Macedonian food. Any traveler visiting Macedonia always remembers the taste of the wines from this incredible country and the irresistible charm and abundance of nature in this region.



The city of Ohrid with its 365 churches – one for each day of the year, is recognized as a world heritage site of the United Nations, its lake protected by UNESCO. The wonderful beaches, crystal clear lake, abundance of sunshine and welcoming locals, are all reasons why Ohrid is the most popular touristic spot in the country. The town is situated right on the coast of lake Ohrid and gives you a cool Mediterranean feel with its sky blue water, gravel beaches and watermelon crops along the side of the roads. Here you can find old churches, mosques, and museums that hold firmly in the country’s fascinating but bloody history. Although churches are among the main attractions, many of which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, there are also other attractions well worth visiting.


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