Best Things to do in Skopje Macedonia

The controversial “Project 2014” has been widely criticised as an overpriced frivolous display of nationalistic kitsch, some even labelling it a mini Vegas.

New museums, government buildings, bridges and countless monuments (preferably with a water feature) laying claim to historical Macedonian figures have been constructed and erected.

Enjoy the Nightlife in Skopje – Macedonia Square

There is a lovely atmosphere in Skopje at night as locals come to the city centre to enjoy their new city.

Take the Cable Car up Mount Vodno to the Millennium Cross

Aside from the view at the top, the restaurant for a coffee and a whirl through the gift shop, getting to the Millennium Cross is probably the most exciting part of the massive installation.

Walk the Walls at Kale Fortress

Inside the remaining fortress walls, you will find a public park which offers a public space for picnics and recreation.

The Old Bazaar

Men sit at small street-side cafes sipping tea from the traditional Turkish tulip glass. Hammans and mosques sit amongst barbershops and clothing stores.

Indulge in Macedonian Food

Alfresco cafes and restaurants with tiny window shop grills churn out freshly grilled meats served with Turkish pide style bread, salads with sheep’s cheese, Macedonian baked beans.

Visit The Mother Theresa Memorial House

On the lower level, has a multimedia centre plays films related to Mother Teresa’s humanitarian work and above the museum, a small chapel.

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