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Guided tour of Skopje

Guided tour of Skopje
Guided tour of Skopje

Start a visit to an earthquake-ravaged city in 1963 that has completely rebuilt itself and offers a unique experience. You will enjoy a city separated between two cultures and two different lifestyles between Albanian Macedonian and Macedonian.

Stroll through its new city center to discover its famous fortress "Tvrdina Kale" and its stone bridge "Kameni Most" that separates the city into two parts with the old Ottoman bazaar "Čaršija".

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Stop At: Skopje Fortress Kale, Old Town, Skopje Republic of North Macedonia

Aborigently lit at night and overlooking the Vardar from its imposing walls, this fortress offers an unobstructed view of the entire city. Designated by the inhabitants as Turkish kale ("fortress"), it dates back to ancient times. Partly destroyed by the 1963 earthquake, it has since been restored and offers little interest except to walk around or enjoy the scenery.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Skopje Art Bridge, Skopje Center, Skopje 1000 Republic of North Macedonia

The Pont de l'Art is a pedestrian bridge located on the Vardar River, in the center of Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia. The bridge features many statues of many Macedonian artists and musicians.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Old Bazaar, Skopje, Skopje Republic of North Macedonia

Čaršija is the old Ottoman hilltop town, evoking the city's past with winding alleys filled with tea rooms, mosques, artisan shops and even a good nightlife. It also has the best historical structures in Skopje and a handful of museums. It is the first place where every visitor should go. Čaršija connects the stone bridge to Bit Pazar, a large market for vegetables and household goods. Expect to lose yourself pleasantly in its maze of narrow streets.

Duration: 30 minutes

Commences in:2 to 3 hours
Country:North Macedonia

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