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Trip End Dec 31, 2008


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Monday, March 10, 2008

HOW TO COME TO THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA  
BY AIR
Through  two international airports - Skopje and Ohrid.
Macedonian airlines "Avioimpex" and MAT have regular connections from: Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, Copenhagen.
Several international airlines have regular flights to Skopje/Ohrid.
To come to the country you can use the neigh boring airports at Thessalonica, Belgrade Sofia and Tirana.
Representative offices of the Macedonian airlines abroad:
"MAT" - Dusseldorf
tel. 211 3844650
fax 211 38446519
 
BY ROAD
The road communication makes the main transport network. The main international highway the E-75 crosses the country. Network of  well maintained roads links its towns and its popular tourist areas.
The Republic of Macedonia is linked with neigh boring and some West European countries by both regular and seasonal bus routes. Direct bus services with: Munich, Bonn, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Vienna, Malme, Gothenburg.
Taxis are available everywhere at reasonable fares.
You can rent a vehicle (with or without a driver)
 
BY RAIL
An international train, operating twice daily, connects Ljubljana- Slovenia and Thessaloniki- Greece by way of Macedonia. Stops include Tabanovce (the Macedonia-Serbia border crossing point), Kumanovo, Skopje, Veles, Gradsko, Negotino, Demir Kapija, and Gevgelija (Greek border crossing point), as well as a few small villages. An east-west railway to connect Bulgaria with Macedonia is at present under construction.
BORDER FORMALITIES  
Frontier Crossings:
- From SR Yugoslavia: Blace, Volkovo, Yazince, Pelince, Sopot and Tabanovce
- From Bulgaria: Deve Bair, Delchevo and Novo Selo
- From Greece: Bogorodica, Gevgelija, Doyran and Medzitlija
- From Albania: Kafasan, St. Naum, Stenje and Blato
 
Crossing for Air Transport:
- Skopje Airport
- Ohrid Airport
 
PASSPORT AND VISAS All visitors require a valid passport. Citizens of European Union countries do not need a visa.
for vehicles: the car license, the green of blue insurance card and the power of attorney if another person drives the car.
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