The Vardar River divides the Macedonian capital - a former Roman provincial capital - in two. The city centre is concentrated around an old stone bridge built during the Ottoman period. Northeast of the bridge are the small Old Town and the fortress. Other sights in this up and coming city are the St. Nikita monastery from 1370 and the Daut-Pascha Hamam. Once the largest Turkish bath in the Balkans, today the Hamam contains a gallery, which represents the modern side of Skopje.
From the airport to Skopje
Name: Skopje Airport (SKP)
Location: approx. 20 km southeast of city centre
All information is subject to change.
||1,290 MKD to 2,200 MKD