The city of Skopje in Macedonia is situated at an elevation of 800 feet above sea level on the upper course of river Vardar. The city shares its boundary with places such as Cair in the north, Sopiste and Usje in the south, Vodno and Momin Potok in the west and Zelezara in the east.
Being the capital city, Skopje of Macedonia is accessible through all the three modes of transport i.e., rail, road and air. The city maintains a well developed network of roads, rails and airways. Among the local transport that is available there easily are the buses and taxis.
Accommodation and dining at Skopje is not a problem. Numerous hotels and restaurants are situated in the capital city. Rooms are available within the range of each individual's budget.
Tourist Attractions at Skopje
The most important places of interest in and around Skopje at Macedonia are listed below :
- Roman Aqueduct
- Old Turkish Bridge on Vardar river
- St John Bigorski Monastery
- St Nicholas Monastery
- Lesnovo Monastery
- Kurshumli An
- Markov Manastir
- The Stone Bridge
- Gulchiler Baths