How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Leonardo Skopje
Travel Blogs from Skopje
... the t-shirts being sold by the ethnic Albanians... T-shirts with Skopje in Albanian... and the abbreviation of some Albanian quasi terrorist organisation. I might even be nervous wearing that t-shirt in Hobart. But I did talk Axeman into buying one. Coming out with Albanian in Macedonia I felt more like I was in Albania than Macedonia. This bloke who runs a coffee shop claims to speak more ...
... another) one of the crazy deep springs in this part of the world pumping out fresh, clean water into the canyon. We were soon back down at the dock and headed into the restaurant to get something to eat. The waiter who served us was really nice and I explained that we had been told to try a few of the local dishes which we couldn't see on the menu, he pointed us in the right direction and we soon had some amazing tasting plates in front of us on our deck right on the ...
... 1km along a narrow path , not unlike the Karangahake Gorge. The vegetation was thick & lush & lots of little bright blue butterflies fluttered in the sun, close to the ground. St Andrews church is stone & brick building of the 13 th century , orthodox with beautiful frescoes & icons. Delighted that Cath, Warwick, Scott & Hollie arrived safely. Warwick had managed his flights very well & it was ...
... they’re not exactly glam and we all know how vain I am!) and sure enough the rain disappeared. We walked through Macedonia Square and then over the Old Bridge (originally built as a wooden bridge by the Romans in something like the third century) but now a concrete reconstruction. Once over the old bridge we were in the Turkish bazaar area. This is where our tour finished and we had about an hour to have some lunch before getting back to the bus. ...
... grab a few jumpers as the weather had turned to freezing! Take two of the city centre - we stopped for lunch on the way in then continued on to see their major attraction the stone bridge which wasn't as impressive as it was made out to be but still interesting so we wandered across, saw the Macedonian square and looked around the shops whilst trying to find the holocaust memorial centre. We eventually found it but it was closed after the fella at the hostel said it would ...