A walk through the living museum - Krusevo Have you ever wondered which the highest place on the Balkans is? On 1350 metres above the sea level, Krushevo is the city that proudly carries this title. Situated in central Macedonia, with population of around 5000 citizens, this small city is special for many things, yet the most recognizable are the unique architecture, which is thoroughly in the spirit of the Macedonian tradition.
For some Bitola is known as a consul city, for others because of the prestigious Cinematographers’ Festival “Manaki Brothers” as well as the first motion pictures made on the Balkan, and some know it as the pearl under the Baba Mountain.
A walk through the city of poetry - Struga On just 171 km from the capital Skopje and 15 km from the Balkan Jerusalem, Ohrid, there is a city called Struga, the smooth cradle of poetry in the splendid valley of the Struga field, spreading on both sides of the River Crn Drim, which, as a golden thread embroiders and flows out of the waters of the Ohrid Lake.
Google does not know everything! One can get informed, but not get direct experience. What some coffee looks like, but not how it tastes. Where certain place is located, but nothing about how it feels to be there! Which are the good places for going out, but it cannot replace the feeling of holding hands. Where there are secrets - but one needs to discover them. Exploring is left to us. Therefore, put your hat on, put the backpack on your back, and go ahead - discover Macedonia!
The country's territory has been continuously settled through all periods of human civilization, and has been both the center of great empires and a decisive battleground where rival powers sparred, including the ancient kingdoms of Macedon and its contemporaries.