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Cheap Flights to Republic of Macedonia

Cheap Flights to the Republic of Macedonia

Formerly a part of Yugoslavia until its independence in 1991, the Republic of Macedonia is best known for its art, music, and architecture. It’s also home to three national parks that will appeal to those who want to see Macedonian Oak trees or wild cats such as the lynx. Most flights to the Republic of Macedonia will land at Ohrid Airport (OHD) or at Skopje Airport (SKP).

Flights to the Republic of Macedonia

Cheap flights to the Republic of Macedonia are available from regional airlines such as Air Serbia or Heli Air. As most airports in the country serve either domestic or regional destinations, it may be necessary to take a connecting flight from another European country such as Holland, Israel, or Austria. After you land at Ohrid Airport, you can either book your own taxi or take an airport taxi to the center of town or to any other destination that you may have in mind. Both Ohrid and Skopje Airports have one main terminal while Skopje offers both restaurants and lounges within the concourse. Tsar Samuel's Fortress and St. Jovan Kaneo church are two points of interest within 5 miles of Ohrid Airport.

Attractions in the Republic of Macedonia

The capital city of Skopje is home to many buildings that were created during the Ottoman Empire. One building that you’ll want to visit while in Skopje is the Mustapha Pasha Mosque. It was built in 1492 and was largely untouched until it was renovated in 2011. However, the Mustapha Pasha Mosque still retains much of its natural charm and features a rose garden that’s open to the public.

Visitors who take cheap flights to the Republic of Macedonia can see a site that archaeologists believe has been inhabited for 2,000 years or longer. The city of Štip is home to many ancient sites including the Kežovica mineral spa, which is believed to have the ability to heal a variety of illnesses. Thermal baths are available for locals and visitors alike to sit in.

Kokino is similar to Stonehenge, located near Kumanovo, and thought to be 3,800 years old, making it the fourth-oldest observatory in the world. Lake Ohrid is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is nicknamed “the Jerusalem of the Balkans” for its vast number of churches and holy buildings, which include the Monastery of Saint Naum.

Travel Tips for the Republic of Macedonia

Much of the country has a mild continental climate, indicating that temperatures in the winter tend to be at or below freezing while temperatures in the summer can climb into the low 80s.

Flights to the Republic of Macedonia enable travelers to participate in different events including the May Opera Evenings. For 20 days each May, a different play is performed in the capital of Skopje. Other annual festivals include the Skopje Jazz Festival and Struga Poetry Evenings. Sports fans will want to watch the Ohrid Swimming Marathon that takes places each year on Lake Ohrid.

Since the Republic of Macedonia is located close to other nations like Serbia and Turkey, you should expect many different languages to be spoken. Turkish, Albanian, and a variety of Macedonian dialects are the most common languages that travelers will encounter.

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