The part of North Macedonia which its not visited allot from tourists but region also have a wonderful places to visit and enjoy in history and nature.
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Kriva Palanka, Berovo, Strumica, Skopje
Everyday at 08:00
Price for 1 person: €575 Euro
Price for 2 persons: €620 Euro
Price for 3 persons: €690 Euro
Price for 4-7 persons: €880 Euro
Price for 8-18 persons: €990 Euro
Arrival at the Skopje’s airport. Transfer to your hotel. A short introductory tour of the area round your hotel – getting useful hints from your tour guide. Sightseeing tour; Visit to the old railway station the first railway station in the Balkans; The statue of Mother Teresa; The Stone Bridge; The church of St. Spas (Holy Salvation), which is famous for housing the remains of the great Macedonian revolutionary Goce Delcev (1872-1903); The Fortress Kale; The Monastery of St. Panteleimon in the village of Gorno Nerezi, which was built in the 12th century. Lunch in the restaurant next to the church of St. Panteleimon. After lunch a visit to the Church of St. Andreja Matka, built in the 14th century, boat drive to cave Vrelo. Overnight stay in Skopje.
After breakfast – a drive to Kriva Palanka; on our way to Kriva Palanka, a visit to the Megalithic Observatory Kokino which is located about thirty kilometres northeast of Kumanovo. Then a visit to the Monastery Complex of St Joakim Osogovski in Kriva Palanka which consists of two monastery churches, the older one dedicated to the Virgin Mary (Sveta Bogorodica), and the newer one dedicated to St Joakim Osogovski himself. After that, a drive to Berovo and on our way to Berovo, a visit city of Kratovo and Lesnovo Monastery. After arrival in Berovo, dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay in Berovo. (B,D).
In the morning; Mountain adventure on the Berovo Lake, then a drive to Strumica and a visit to the cultural and historic places of interest in the town of Strumica and its surroundings. A visit to the the monastery complex Vodocha which is located in the village of Vodocha. The legend about the etymology of the name of this place is linked to the day when in 1014 AD Tsar Samoil’s army was defeated by the army of the Byzantine Emperor Vasilij II and 15,000 Macedonian soldiers had their eyes gouged out afterwards. Because of this, the village got the name Vodocha (ochi = eyes). What follows next is a visit to the Monastery of the Holy Mother of God – Eleusa which is a convent now and is situated in the next village of Veljusa. The monastery church is significant because of its architectural layout, the 11th century frescoes, the preserved fragments of the mosaic floor, and the authentic marble iconostasis. Afterwards a visit to the Smolari Waterfall. Then a drive to Skopje and on our way to Skopje, a short visit to the ancient city of Stobi founded in the 3rd century BC. Dinner in a local restaurant with live folk music. Overnight stay in Skopje.
Depending on the flight schedule, there is an option of visiting the Old Skopje Bazaar and the new market place. Transfer to the airport.
The tour of Undiscovered parts of North Macedonia.
We will visit a Eastern part of North Macedonia, visiting the cities as Kriva Palanka, Kratovo, Lesnovo Monastery, Berovo and Strumica and waterfalls Smolari and Koleshino and monasteries Vodocha and Veljusa.
And way back to Skopje, visit the archeological city Stobi.
Option for wine taste with lunch/dinner in Winery Sopot Veles.
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