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Skopje - Ohrid - Tirana

This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 3 nights in Skopje
  • Transfer from Skopje to Ohrid(including stop at Tetovo)
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Ohrid
  • Transfer from Ohrid to Tirana(including stop at Elbasan and Petrele Castle)
  • Hotel for 2 night in TiranaTransfers may include additional options: To see additional options and add any (if any are available): In the booking process select Change on the Intercity Transfer, read through the transportation details and select the options you wish to add.

Discover these unique and charming cities of Macedonia and Albania. Start with a stay in Skopje (the birthplace of revered Mother Teresa, Skopje is a haven of culture and history where surprises wait around every landmark from bustling bazaars and squares to fortress strongholds). After that, your next destination is Ohrid on the way the transfer includes a stop at Tetovo. Lastly Tirana capital of Albania, charming city known for its colorful Ottoman-Fascist-Soviet-era architecture) with a stop at Elbasan and Petrele Castle.This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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Trip Summary

  • Skopje

    Skopje is the capital and largest city of North Macedonia. This vibrant city is one of the oldest in the Balkans, having been settled for six millennia, but its glittering appearance is much newer. Much of Skopje was master-planned after a devastating 1963 earthquake, with green spaces and wide avenues placed at high priorities. The classical feel to the areas along the banks of the Vardar River and Macedonia Square are a result of a beautification campaign completed in 2014. Visit and discover the Macedonia Square, Skopje Fortress, Old Bazaar, Matka Canyon, Stone Bridge, Millennium Cross, Memorial House of Mother Teresa, Museum of Macedonia, Museum of the City of Skopje, Museum of the Macedonian Struggle, Macedonia Gate, and so much more.

  • Ohrid

    Ohrid is the largest town on Lake Ohrid, considered by conservationists to be the most biodiverse lake in the world. Ohrid, in southwestern North Macedonia, was once known as the Jerusalem of the Balkans, and legend had it that the town had 365 churches, one for each day of the year. The number is smaller today, but many of these churches are still in beautiful condition and open to tourists. Both Ohrid and Lake Ohrid are on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Visit and explore the great Church of St. John at Kaneo, Samuel's Fortress, Church of St. Sophia, Church of Sts. Clement and Panteleimon, Ancient Theatre of Ohrid, Plaosnik Monastery, Robevi family house, Old Town, and so much more.

  • Tirana

    Tirana, located in the center of Albania, is the country's capital and home to one-sixth of Albania's population. Tirana is Albania's most important city with regard to politics, commerce, and culture. It is located on a plain next to Mount Dajt, and due to its geographical position it is among the sunniest places in the country. Multiple points of interest are located on or around Skanderbeg Square, the largest main square not just in Albania but in the entire Balkan region.

    Visit and explore the Skanderbeg Square, National Museum of History, Mount Dajt, Et'hem Bey Mosque, Pyramid of Tirana, Grand Park of Tirana, National Museum of Fine Arts, Fortress of Justinian, Resurrection Cathedral, and so much more.

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