Transfer in North Macedonia
Before you go to North Macedonia don’t forget to hire a transfer so a driver will be able to meet you at the airport and take you to your destination when you arrive. Transfer prices in North Macedonia are much lower than taxi ones. If you travel with children it will be difficult for you to go by public transport. Choose a better offer on our website and travel with comfort!
North Macedonia is an underexplored country of Europe. Idyllic villages, pristine nature, mountains and architectural landmarks of the Roman Empire will be attractive for tourists. Everyone will discover here a unique mix of different cultures.
The small country on the Balkan Peninsula occupies about 40% of ancient Macedonia’s territory. It is surrounded by the Pindus and the Rhodopes which makes the country separated from other ones. However, it is possible to go to North Macedonia from any place in the world.
The Skopje city has existed since Roman times. At the very beginning, it was just a fortress and later it became a developing city of the Dardania province. Nowadays it is the large capital with modern architecture, monuments and sculptures. The Millennium Cross on Krstovar peak of the Vodno mountain is the main landmark of the country. Skopje is the birthplace of Mother Theresa. There are many interesting events in the capital including May opera evenings and the Jazz festival.
A lot of orthodox cathedrals and buildings of the 6th century are located in Ohrid where you can go by a rental car with a driver in North Macedonia. Bitola, the cultural centre of North Macedonia, is also an impressive and attractive city for tourists.
The climate of the country is moderately continental. The most favourable period to go there is from May to September when the temperature remains at +22 °C. Winters here are mild (−3 °C).
There are lots of reasons to go to North Macedonia. One of them is numerous festivals of old songs of the city, poetry, summer and many others. Before going for a trip, find out more information about current concerts so as not to miss the most exciting events.