|Currency||Macedonian denar (ден)|
|Exchange Rate||US$1 = ден58.18|
|Time||Central European Time (UTC+01:00)|
|Must-Try||Tavche Gravche, Ajvar, Sarma|
|May - September||High Season: Pleasant weather, ideal for outdoor activities and exploring historical sites.|
|October - April||Low Season: Cold weather, but fewer tourists and lower prices.|
Ohrid is a historic town located on the eastern shore of Lake Ohrid. It is known for its charming old town, ancient churches, and scenic lake views. Make this your base for exploring lake.
This town is famous for its Ottoman-era architecture, including the Bitola Clock Tower and the Yeni Mosque.
A charming small town that is a great base for the scenic hike from Marko's Towers to the Treskavec Monastery. If you are here on a weekend evening, don't miss the live music in the center.
Krushevo is the highest town in Macedonia. It offers stunning views of the surrounding mountains. Don't miss the Makedonium, a monument with cool architecture.
Mavrovo National Park is a beautiful nature reserve located in the western part of Macedonia. It is known for its pristine lakes, dense forests, and diverse wildlife. Go for a hike (but beware of the bears!) and visit Bigoski Monastery.
Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia. For a European capital, Skopje is a rather new city - all the facades in the center adorned with classical motifs and grandiose designs were built just a few years ago to attract tourists!
Macedonia is known as the birthplace of Mother Teresa.