Address: Ante Hadzimitkov 5, Skopje, 1000, Macedonia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Ante Hadzimitkov 5, Skopje, is near Sveti Naum Monastery, St. Jovan Kaneo, Plaoshnik, and Heraclea.
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    A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 11, 2015

    1 comment, 40 photos

    We woke up at 5 AM to catch the tram to the Sofia bus station. We had some trouble finding the tram stop, but after we scampered up and down the block like crazy people we finally found the tiny sign indicating the stop. The ladies who were driving the tram were really nice about helping us figure out how to stamp the ticket and told us when to get …

    Turkey here we come!

    A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Sep 11, 2012

    40 photos

    ... appeared out of nowhere within 5 minutes! Wow! Next thing I know Im helping push the car in the parking lot!!! Hahha we got it started and drove it home, his friends following us. We ended up taking them out for dinner as a thanks (as if we weren’t going to take them for dinner anyways!) and spent the night out having too much fun! More and more people showed up at dinner and Sinisa was having such a blast I couldn’t pull him away we were at the cafana until it ...

    Identity crisis

    A travel blog entry by vanivan on Aug 12, 2012

    19 photos

    ... s "scope-yay"). Walking into the centre, it seemed that EVERYTHING was under construction! Both sides of the Vardar River, running through the city, full of new construction and renovation projects - new grand buildings (museums?), a new bridge with a ton of unfinished statues, revitalisation of the pathways... it wasn't particularly pretty now, but I can imagine that it'll become one of the most interesting riverside promenades in Europe in a few ...

    Watching the Snow Fall in Macedonia's Capital

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Dec 19, 2011

    15 photos

    ... correctness.

    Another thing I learned is that Macedonian language is quite different from neighboring countries. It doesn’t sound at all like any of the Slavic languages that are spoken in former Yugoslavia, and it uses the Cyrillic alphabet, just like Bulgaria and Greece.

    In terms of sight seeing, I went out and saw the main walking streets, the huge, controversial statue of Alexander the Great (controversial because it cost a lot of money to ...